Trump Targeted in California May Day Protests – Illegal Immigrants/Communists Fuel Violence

Trump Targeted in California May Day Protests – Illegal Immigrants/Communists Fuel Violence

Communist, socialists and anarchists appropriated the traditional spring festival on the first of May, which involves dancing, ribbons and flowers, and have turned it into their yearly focal point for nonstop cries about injustice per Breitbart. It’s always a gathering point for commies and radicals, but this year, they are focusing their hate and unrest on Donald Trump. There have already been protests at Trump rallies where Trumpsters have been bloodied and attacked. This is the beginning of the American Spring and a long, hot summer leading up to the Republican Convention in Cleveland and the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia. The LAPD is gearing up for possible violence today during May Day marches Sunday in downtown Los Angeles. Organizers say the march will demand equality for immigrants and protest Trump’s controversial statements about Muslims and people from Mexico.

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From Breitbart:

Radical May Day protests, a fixture in Los Angeles and other cities around the world, are expected to target Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump ahead of the California primary.

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The Los Angeles Police Department has said it expects the May Day rally to be “peaceful,” according to the Los Angeles Times, but recent protests in favor of illegal immigration have been out of control. As the Times reported regarding the recent protest in Costa Mesa:

The demonstrations outside the Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa on Thursday night blocked traffic and caused tense moments. Some protesters performed screeching burnouts in their cars or did doughnuts at intersections. Others kicked at and punched approaching vehicles, shouting expletives. Ranchera and hip-hop music was blasted throughout the streets. At least 17 people were arrested, and both a Trump supporter and a teenage anti-Trump protester were hurt.

And that is just one part of the patchwork of left-wing organizations that will be showing up in the streets today, in L.A., the Bay Area, and worldwide.

Communist, socialists and anarchists appropriated the traditional spring festival on the first of May, which involves dancing, ribbons and flowers, and have turned it into their yearly focal point for nonstop cries about injustice.

Hillary Clinton celebrated the day by calling for a higher minimum wage. She is a Marxist after all. Sunday’s May Day event includes two marches. The first march by labor groups is scheduled to begin at noon at the corner of West 11th and South Figueroa streets. From there, participants will march up Los Angeles Street through downtown L.A. and end at La Placita on Olvera Street. A second march by immigrant rights groups, with the theme “Build Bridges Not Walls,” will start at 12:30 p.m. at the intersection of Broadway and Olympic Boulevard. It will continue up Broadway and end at Grand Park. More than 20 people were arrested during protests against Trump in Costa Mesa on Thursday and in Burlingame on Friday. Several police cars were damaged during the Costa Mesa demonstrations. Thousands of people are taking part in the downtown L.A. demonstrations. As in years past, other marches and rallies were scheduled in cities around Southern California and across the country for May Day. We’ll see just how peaceful they turn out to be.

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