These violent protests lay bare what the Democrat party is. The party of subversion will not accept free and fair elections. They want a civil war in order to impose totalitarianism. It’s tyranny. We have seen this before – in Nazi Germany and Stalinist Russia.
This generation, the millennials, has been destroyed by the left – in the public school, the media — the culture. They beat up fellow students because they voted for freedom in voting for Trump. It’s evil and it must be stopped. Obama fomented this his whole presidency and America wasn’t having it. The Obama era is dead and these lawless thumbsuckers will be put down.
This is part of the reason why Trump was elected. The people are not going to take this. We have the White House, the House and the Senate – we will restore America. The more these primitives revolt, the more I like Trump.
This generation is gone but it’s not too late for Gen Z.
‘Kill the police!’ Clinton and Trump supporters clash with cops in Indianapolis who blame ‘out of town instigators’, while 19 are arrested in Portland on another night of widespread protests
Anti-Donald Trump protesters arrested for allegedly hurling rocks at police officers in Indianapolis
Local police said protesters threw bottles and rocks, while chanting ‘Kill the police’ at officers on Saturday
The arrests came during the fourth night of demonstrations against Trump in cities across the country
There were also protests in Washington DC, Salt Lake City, Portland, Miami, Chicago, and Kansas City
Portland police reportedly officers were having bottles and other items thrown at them on Saturday night
In total, police said 19 protesters were arrested in the city throughout the night as protests continued
Earlier, Michael Moore called on Donald Trump to step down as President-elect during protests in New York
The film-maker visited Trump Tower in Manhattan on Saturday morning to deliver his message to Donald
Moore was able to get inside the massive building and passed some security before he was stopped
He tried to get in an elevator to make his way to the Donald’s office, however he guards blocked it off
After leaving the building, Moore joined thousands of protesters in the streets outside Trump Tower
By Dailymail.com Reporter, 13 November 2016
Angry anti-Donald Trump protesters have chanted ‘kill the police’ at officers while throwing bottles and rocks at them during demonstrations against the President-elect for a fourth-consecutive night across the country.
At least seven people were arrested in Indianapolis on Saturday night, with more than 500 protesters clashing with police in the city, and cops blamed ‘out-of-town instigators’ for causing some of the trouble.
The demonstration – held in Vice President-elect Mike Pence’s state – was ‘mostly peaceful’ before ‘police used what appeared to be a pepper gun on some protesters walking in the street,’ according to the Indianapolis Star.
Other rallies took place in Portland, Atlanta, Salt Lake City, Washington DC, and Phoenix, as the anti-Trump backlash continued to grow.
Police in Portland reported having bottles and other items thrown at them by protesters and said a film crew was attacked. In total, 19 demonstrators were arrested in the city.
Protesters are seen marching through the streets of Indianapolis, where at least seven people were arrested on Saturday for allegedly hurling rocks at police officers
Indianapolis police said the arrests took place early on Saturday night during the rally that was attended by more than 500 people
A large crowd of protesters is seen gathered in Indianapolis on Saturday night during demonstrations against President-elect Donald Trump
A young woman is seen in Indianapolis holding a sign that reads, ‘Not My President’, as she is surrounded by other protesters
The demonstrations in Indianapolis took place at the State House, where more than 500 people converged on Saturday night
The newspaper said it was unsure about what sparked the incident.
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police later said seven arrests were made and two officers were injured after protesters allegedly threw rocks at officers who were trying to ‘keep the peace’. Three of the people arrested were from ‘out of town’, according to police.
At one point during the rally, a Trump supporter was seen driving a military-style truck towards protesters. The vehicle had a large ‘Trump Pence 2016’ sign on the side.
Police Chief Troy Riggs told a news briefing that most of the hundreds of protesters marched peacefully in downtown Indianapolis for several hours on Saturday but a small group became more aggressive later in the evening.
Police spokesman Major Richard Riddle says some of the group began threatening officers, including chants of ‘Kill the Police.’ They began throwing rocks at officers and police moved in and arrested them.
There were also protests in Chicago, where thousands marched through the streets of downtown and rallied outside Trump’s hotel in the city.
A woman is arrested by an Indianapolis Police Officer and walked in front of mounted officers during a rally against Donald Trump on Saturday
Aiyana Stanley-Jones leads a rally against the election of Republican Donald Trump as President of the United States in Indianapolis
A Donald Trump fan was seen driving towards protesters in Indianapolis in a military-style truck with a ‘Trump Pence 2016’ sign on the side of the vehicle
David Jackson (C), who voted for Donald Trump, has a discussion with two protesters who oppose Donald Trump in downtown Indianapolis on Saturday night
A woman who did not want to be identified is dragged back from the street during a rally against Donald Trump in Indianapolis
A man is seen carrying a sign that reads, ‘no human being is illegal #notmypresident’, among many other protesters in downtown Indianapolis
Protesters hold signs during an election protest in Lafayette Square Park in front of the White House, Saturday, Nov. 12
Washington DC was another city where protesters marched against President-elect Donald Trump on Saturday night. Pictured are two women holding anti-Trump signs
Crowds of people are seen on both sides of the street outside a hotel in downtown Indianapolis during anti-Trump protests on Saturday night
Protesters against President-elect Donald Trump chant in front of Trump International Hotel in Las Vegas on November 12, 2016
Protesters demonstrating in opposition to the election of President-elect, Donald Trump, march along the Las Vegas Strip on Saturday night
Massive crowds of protesters took tot he streets in Las Vegas – joining a host of other cities across the country to stage demonstrations
The massive crowd of anti-Trump protesters marched along the Strip on Saturday night, many carrying signs and banners
Demonstrators gathered in Salt Lake City, Utah, on Saturday to protest against Donald Trump’s election victory over Hillary Clinton
A crowd of protesters staged a rally outside the Utah State Capitol building in Salt Lake City on Saturday
Demonstrators gather in protest against the election of Republican Donald Trump as President of the United States in Salt Lake City, Utah
A man at the protests in Salt Lake City wears a hat that reads, ‘Immigrants Make America Great’. It mocked Donald Trump’s campaign slogan
Portland Police tweeted that officers were having bottles and other objects thrown at them by protesters in Oregon
A police officer sprays the crowd with an irritant during a protest against the election of Republican Donald Trump as President in Portland, Oregon
Portland Police tweeted out a statement saying a film crew was attacked, and that more bottles were being thrown at police
A man is arrested outside the Indiana State House in Indianapolis during a rally against the election of Donald Trump on Saturday night
Jocelyn Dominguez, 9, sits on the shoulders of her father Moises during a rally against the election of Republican Donald Trump in Indianapolis on Saturday night
After getting her Trump sign knocked out of her hand, Kelly Cummins (L) yells at a protester marching against the Republican’s election win
Protestors attend a rally in Wynwood, Miami to protest against President-elect Donald Trump in Florida on Saturday night
Protesters are seen in Miami, Florida, upset with Republican nominee Donald Trump’s election win on Tuesday over Hillary Clinton
Protestors attend a rally in Wynwood, Miami to protest against President-elect Donald Trump
‘If you’re upset with the election, please don’t come out and protest,’ he said, according to KGW. ‘We are done with criminal activity in this city.’
Meanwhile in New York, Liberal film-maker Michael Moore made it to the fourth floor of Manhattan’s Trump Tower in his bid to confront President-elect Trump and call on him to step down, before he was stopped by Secret Service guards.
Moore, who had been a vocal critic of Trump during the election, joined thousands of people in protesters in Manhattan on Saturday morning, before he managed to get inside Trump Tower.
After making his way into the Donald’s Central Park skyscraper, Moore attempted to get to Trump’s office.
Kansas City, Missouri, was another city that saw more protests against Donald Trump on Saturday. An anti-Trump crowd is seen in the city
A demonstrator who painted her face in the colors of the American flag holds up a sign heading, ‘Stop Trump’, in Kansas City on Saturday
People attend a protest against the election of President-elect Donald Trump Saturday, Nov. 12, 2016, in Kansas City outside of City Hall
People protest against the election of Republican candidate Donald Trump in Kansas City, Missouri, on Saturday afternoon
A large crowd of demonstrators hold anti-Donald Trump signs during a Missouri rally against the President-elect
Donald Trump supporter Kern Carlos Huerta stands in front of the Utah State Capitol building doors as demonstrators protest against the election of Republican nominee
Film-maker Michael Moore has called on Donald Trump to step down as President-elect before he even takes office, after joining in protests in New York City
The award-winning film-maker managed to scale Trump’s famous escalator, however he was stopped from going any further by security guards on the fourth floor.
Moore was then escorted back down to the lobby, however before he left he wrote a note to Trump.
‘Mr. Trump. I’m here. I want to talk to you,’ the note read.
Moore then left the building and tweeted: ‘I’m in the middle of thousands -tens of thousands?- of American voters outside Trump Tower demanding he step aside. He got the least votes.