Phoenix has been placed into a state of high alert, after Donald Trump just announced his plans for tonight. Thousands of protesters have been storming the city, just itching for a chance to riot.
Liberals have been using violence as a means to further their political agenda ever since Donald Trump was put into office. They used it on his inauguration day, they used it against innocent Trump voters, and now they’re threatening to use it in Phoenix City.
Donald Trump has recently announced that he’ll be launching a campaign rally inside the Phoenix Convention Center, and although many conservatives are excited to see their President in person, others have raised concerns over the city’s safety.
— Nick Ciletti (@NickCiletti) March 19, 2016
The Hill reports:
Political leaders and law enforcement officials in Arizona are on high alert ahead of President Trump’s campaign rally Tuesday night in Phoenix.
The big question is whether there will be more supporters of Trump inside the Phoenix Convention Center, which holds 29,000, or protestors outside.
Trump’s response to the violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., has become the biggest controversy to date of his presidency.
The Phoenix rally, as a result, has become an opportunity for Trump’s opponents to show their force.
Some GOP leaders, such as Gov. Doug Ducey, are steering clear of the rally entirely.
It shouldn’t be surprising that these leftist Antifa thugs are using violence to intimidate Donald Trump and his supporters. Fascists have always used force to quell their opposition, and despite what they call themselves, it’s pretty clear that they are fascists.
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, a Democrat, has begged Trump to stay away from the city, anticipating mass violence and riots. President Trump, however, has not backed down—he didn’t back down then, and he’s not backing down now.
Reuters adds that huge riots could potentially erupt tonight, which may even resemble what we saw in Charlottesville.
Large protests could greet President Donald Trump on Tuesday when he travels to Arizona for his first campaign rally since he caused an uproar with his remarks about a white nationalist demonstration in Virginia.
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, a Democrat, asked the Republican president to postpone Tuesday’s event scheduled for 7 p.m. MST (0200 GMT on Wednesday) in light of his response to the street battles that broke out earlier this month at a protest against the removal of a Confederate statue in Charlottesville.
Several anti-Trump demonstrations are planned for Phoenix, according to social media postings by local activists.
Some White House officials privately expressed concern on Monday about Trump’s Phoenix rally, fearing he might revisit the Charlottesville issue in the heat of the moment while cheered on by thousands of supporters.
Trump has railed against the media coverage of his remarks, saying on Twitter that news outlets “totally misrepresent what I say about hate, bigotry.”
This marks Donald Trump’s first trip as POTUS to Arizona, which he won in the 2016 election. He’ll later be visiting a border protection facility, likely to meet with officials and discuss his construction of the wall.
Many are excited to see their President for the first time since the election, and have planned to come prepared in case violence erupts. This could potentially turn ugly very quickly, as it did at Berkeley and Charlottesville, which is leaving Phoenix police on high alert.
Tensions have been escalating for the past 8 months, as leftists and their scumbag Antifa allies have pushed the limits further and further. Conservatives are finally starting to fight back, but don’t expect them to get a fair portrayal in the mainstream media. Stay tuned for updates.