Donald Trump Hasn’t Even Started Speaking, And His St. Louis Rally Is Already Getting Ugly (Video)

Donald Trump Hasn’t Even Started Speaking, And His St. Louis Rally Is Already Getting Ugly (Video)

Outside the rally in St. Louis, Missouri, there are demonstrations of extreme anger, provocation and aggression.  An extremely long line has formed with protesters and partisans alike trying to get inside to see Presidential Candidate Donald Trump at the Peabody Opera House.

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River Front Times reports A seemingly endless line has formed in downtown St. Louis, with protesters and partisans alike trying to get into the Donald Trump rally at the Peabody Opera House. Since it only has a capacity of 3,100 souls, and the line was already around the block by 8 a.m., we imagine a lot of people aren’t getting in.

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Naturally, the clashes are already beginning. Our intrepid man on the scene, Daniel Hill, just sent over this video. If you’re at work, turn the sound down before you hit play — democracy at work these days apparently involves a lot of F-bombs.

 

Hill tells us that he witnessed the guy wearing the Fuck the Police shirt and mask (depicted above) drop an American flag on the ground. He then trampled it and dragged it. Unsurprisingly, the Trump crowd got very angry.

Oh, and if you thought that was bad, just wait til you get a load of what’s going on inside ….

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