Alt-Left starts riots after Trump rally (video)


The Alt-left has started riots, once again.

This time they broke out in Phoenix, Arizona, after President Donald Trump’s Tuesday rally, forcing police to use tear gas and rubber bullets in order to manage the throng of protesters during a chaotic scene outside the Phoenix Convention Center.

Shortly after the president’s speech ended on Tuesday evening, protesters began to throw water bottles and scream obscenities at police. Carrying signs emblazoned with “anti-racist” slogans of the #Resistance, some of the protesters refused orders to leave the area and were treated to what CBS News called “less lethal rounds,” commonly known as rubber bullets.

Along with other mainstream news outlets, CNN has been pandering to the violent “Antifa” protesters since they began protesting President Trump — after years of refusing to acknowledge their presence. On Saturday, the news network put out a piece with an Orwellian headline claiming Antifa seeks “peace through violence.”

The network published a feature story on Antifa protesters who physically assault those they disagree with, presenting the narrative that the leftist protesters are driven to violence in their noble efforts to achieve peace.

Antifa members are easily recognizable. They carry their own black and red flags, cover their faces with bandannas, wear black clothing, and sport downward spear emblems. Tuesday’s rally was the first time President Trump actually called out the group by name.

CNN doesn’t blame the violence after the rally on the rioters. Instead, they say that President Trump is guilty of delivering an “angry, divisive” speech to his supporters.

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