Trump rallies getting more violent

Trump rallies getting more violent

Trump continues to deny it's even happening

There have been a number of high-profile incidents recently involving Trump supporters reacting violently to Trump protestors. Trump rallies have become dangerous places to have a peaceful protest, even when that protest happens out on the fringes.

Things get a lot worse when protestors try to enter the Trump events themselves. In a recent shocking video, a 78 year-old white man named John McGraw sucker-punched a black protestor in the face as he walked past. The black man had staged a public protest, and was being escorted out of the event by security. The man who punched him is on record as saying "The next time we see him, we might have to kill him."

At another recent event, a riot broke out as Trump spoke at the Peabody Opera House in St. Louis. 32 people were arrested, and several injuries resulted from the brawl.

This anti-protestor violence is being encouraged by Trump, who says he is looking into the feasibility of paying John McGraw's legal fees. Trump has also encouraged his supporters to "take out" protestors, and has offered to pay their legal fees for attacking demonstrators. Trump also mourned the loss of "the old days" when protestors could be beaten and "carried out on a stretcher."

On the other side of his face, Trump is shocked by these accusations. (Accusations which, one must point out, are simply quotes.) He insists that violence is not a problem at his events. "There's no violence. There's none whatsoever," he said.