But many of the protesters in Chicago said they were there to specifically to stop Trump from speaking.Who Are the Nazis?
"Our country is not going to make it being divided by the views of Donald Trump," said Jermaine Hodge, a 37-year-old lifelong Chicago resident who owns a trucking company. "Our country is divided enough. Donald Trump, he's preaching hate. He's preaching division."
Indeed, Trump taunted the protesters at his rally in St. Louis, panning them as weak "troublemakers," and ordered them to "go home to mommy" or "go home and get a job" because "they contribute nothing."
I expect this will be given by progressives as evidence that Trump is a Nazi, because their allies are threatening violence. "Agree with us and there won't be problems."