A common tactic employed by the left during the height of the tea party movement was to send plants displaying racist messages into the huge crowds and then snap photos of the offensive behavior.
Fast forward to the 2016 presidential election and it would appear that Republican front-runner Donald Trump is experiencing a similar phenomenon.
And he’s reacting just as tea party leaders did — he’s having the saboteurs thrown out.
The candidate was at a campaign rally in Oklahoma City on Friday night when the event was disrupted by a protester wearing a “KKK endorses Trump” shirt.
Trump walked over to where the protester was standing and appeared to give him the evil eye before pointing to the exit. He then sauntered back to the microphone and said, “You see, in the good old days, law enforcement acted a lot quicker than this.”
He was clearly not happy with security.
“In the good old days, they’d rip him out of that seat so fast … but today everybody’s politically correct. Our country is going to hell.”
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