I am all for the freedom of speech, but there's a time when that can start crossing the line. I think there were a few instances last night so here we go. Remember, this is just my opinion.

  • Walking into the arena I heard one guy yelling at one woman in a Trump hat criticizing her weight. She didn't acknowledge any of the protesters, but no wonder protesters get punched at rallies. I always say, "if you act like a jerk and then get treated like a jerk, I have to sympathy for you."
  • I'm watching the news right now, as I type this and there is a guy who was protesting on the metro rail telling the news that he was hurt by a police officer during the protest when they gave orders to the protesters and apparently, he didn't listen. There were dozens and dozens of police officers who were on hand to keep the peace and keep everyone safe. The only two arrested were two people that while during the protest were standing on the metro rail track. You're not getting your point across by facing a line of police officers who weren't even outside the arena anymore.
  • Lastly, you're going to sit on the floor in the middle of a rally – fine; but don't suddenly wonder why you're being dragged out. Some on Twitter we're challenging that they got kicked out. You're on the floor where a thousand people are standing.

Again, this is just my opinion.

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