“Bad vibes.” “Scary.” “Tense.” “Physical.” “New level of menace.” “Vicious.”
Those are the words used by reporters who covered the New Orleans campaign rally by leading Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump Friday evening to describe the leftist anti-Trump protesters who disrupted the rally and the reactions of fed-up Trump supporters.
There was even a report that Trump’s campaign manger was personally escorting protesters out of the rally.
New Orleans protesters second line outside of Trump Rally at Lakefront Airport pic.twitter.com/ykAirAeSZ6
— wynton yates (@WyntonYates) March 4, 2016
Trump turned to face protesters behind him on stage. Their ejection turned tense when attendees pushed them. pic.twitter.com/Worxq3Psoe
— Ali Vitali (@alivitali) March 5, 2016
“Tonight was the most intense rally I’ve witnessed so far on the trail. This is just a clip:”
“NEW ORLEANS —This evening Trump rally has a bad vibe. Already a dozen angry protestors, many of them resisting and getting dragged out.”
This is the same group that harrassed Matthew Heimbach and Traditional Worker Party at a Trump Rally in Kentucky recently.