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Hundreds of Latinos and immigrant rights advocates plan to protest Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump when he speaks this weekend at several campaign events in Arizona, which holds its presidential primary Tuesday.
Trump is scheduled to attend an event Saturday morning with Fox News anchor Sean Hannity in downtown Phoenix before traveling about 30 miles to another event in Fountain Hills. He'll end the day with a rally in Tucson. Organizers say they're working out the details as they plan to have a presence at all three of Trump's events.
"We're coming together to stand up against the hate and the violence that Donald Trump is inciting towards our people," said Carlos Garcia, director of Puente Arizona, one of the groups helping to organize the protests.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County is relishing the opportunity to host Donald Trump at a rally on his own turf Saturday — and serve as the muscle at the same time.
After taking a few days off from his long streak of attention-grabbing rallies, Trump is cranking back up this weekend, and has scheduled one of his events right in the backyard of the long-serving and controversial Arizona sheriff.
“Here I’m gonna be kinda wearing two hats — in charge of the security there in the town and also participating, I would imagine, with Trump in the rally, so it makes it interesting,” Arpaio said in an interview with POLITICO, adding that it “is going to be a lot of fun taking care of business there.”
Arpaio, who officially endorsed Trump back in January, said that he’s expecting protests at Saturday’s event. But the 83-year-old sheriff who has repeatedly been accused of racial profiling Hispanic residents says Trump’s clashes pale in comparison to his own.
Sheriff Arpaio to police Trump’s Arizona rally
Their primary purposes were providing protection for Nazi rallies and assemblies, disrupting the meetings of opposing parties, fighting against the paramilitary units of the opposing parties, especially the Red Front Fighters League of the Communist Party of Germany (KPD), and intimidating Slavic and Romani citizens, unionists, and Jews – for instance, during the Nazi boycott of Jewish businesses.
originally posted by: Zanti Misfit
a reply to: muse7
I got News for you Man , The New Fascists in America are the Progressive Liberal Democrats who are the Most Anti White Radical Racists Group in the U.S. Today . Most of the People in the U.S. that Believe in Supporting them are Basically Dead from the Neck Up .
originally posted by: muse7
a reply to: Zanti Misfit
Seems like Mr. Trump is acting like an analgestic to poor working class whites. His rhetoric about walls and banning Muslims makes poor blue collar whites feel good and makes them forget that people like Trump are the ones that will benefit the most from his presidency if he wins.
But I guess for low information voters, buzzwords like 'anti-establishment" and "progressive" trump policy
For the first time, immigration from the Western Hemisphere was limited.
We see a political motivation behind the nearly unrestrained flood of illegal immigrants across our borders, where they are granted amnesty. Sen. Ted Kennedy, along with Pres. Lyndon Johnson, may have laid the foundation for the current immigration crisis with the Immigration Reform Act of 1965. Arguably, Johnson and Kennedy saw a potential voting bloc, and they went after it. If they allow as many illegal aliens into the US as possible, these illegal immigrants might all become Democrats. Source: Minutemen, by Jim Gilchrist & Jerome Corsi, p. 32 , Jul 25, 2006
originally posted by: neo96
originally posted by: Sargeras
a reply to: neo96
Awe, zanti and neo, I don't think they wanna play anymore.... Sad face
Well politics is a game.
Some people are playing checkers.
Others play chess.
originally posted by: neo96
Why don't they 'protest' the politicians that made immigration LAW ?