The 2016 presidential candidates are coming down to the wire with the final four candidates fighting for the nomination. Ohio governor Kasich cannot win the nomination by a long shot leaving Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are tossing state wins back and forth with Hillary Clinton in a slight lead in caucus points for the democrats.
The Republican party is seeing a major mud slinging fight for the nomination between Cruz and Trump. In the middle of it all you have the media supporting Cruz and the mainstream media have taken to task the duty of calling out Donald Trump for mass protesters gathering at his ever-growing rallies. Trump says it’s not his crowd that is causing the problems that the other candidates are paying protesters to send troublemakers to his rallies and that seems to be the case after viewing ads on craigslist seeking to pay people to disrupt at rallies. The media has taken notice of Donald Trumps numbers and the political and media wolves are howling.
We may not know who the protesters are supporting, but in all media fairness let’s look at some of the candidates who’ve had protesters disrupt speeches and how these candidates reacted. Trump is known to have the protesters outwardly removed and is untrained in biting his tongue in front of the camera. He is a what-you-see-is-what-you-get candidate (WYSIWYG) you can expect his voice his opinion like it or not. Hillary Clinton is the hidden agenda candidate and you can be assured she’ll take care of matters behind the scenes or have her secret service members do it as politely as possible especially if you are a person of colour. Bernie Sanders is the off-the-cuff or ad lib candidate, he wings it wherever he goes and supports what the masses want no matter the cost
All the candidates have had protesters from different walks of life. It’s time to focus on the issues folks.
Protesters Taking On Trump Everywhere He Goes
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Bernie Sanders protestors disrupt and demand the mike or else
Moments after Senator Bernie Sanders started speaking at a Seattle rally, Black Lives Matter protestors interrupted the presidential hopeful. Members of the audience shouted for the protestors to leave the stage but the protestors screamed at Sanders and demanded the crowd hold the senator “accountable for his actions”. After the event, Senator Sanders told reporters the incident was “unfortunate” especially since he, “wanted to talk about the issue of black lives.” In July, Senator Sanders spoke at the Southern Christian Leadership Conference about policing issues in the black community.
Hillary Clinton has protesters hot on her campaign trail
Activists from the Black Lives Matter movement interrupt a speech by US Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton about reforming the justice system. Clinton was interrupted as she was addressing supporters at a rally in South Carolina entitled “African Americans for Hillary”.
The Black Lives Matter activists have disrupted campaign events to protest racism and police brutality. The movement was originally formed after the high profile fatal shooting of black teenager Trayvon Martin in Florida by a neighborhood watch. Ashira Adwoa, radio host and activist, lead the protesters that disrupted Clinton’s speech.
The Right to Protest Is Part of the Road to the White House
The right to protest is part of the road to the White House
Rubio protester chased off truck bed
A protester (L) is chased off the bed of a pickup truck that was setup as the stage for Republican presidential candidate, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) during his campaign rally at the City of West Miami