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The usual mob of protesters gathered outside a Donald Trump rally in San Diego Friday, but there was something uglier and more chilling about this group. It included a death threat against the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.
Members of the group held obscene signs, waved Mexican flags and chanted “F**k Donald Trump.”
One sign in particular caught the attention of onlookers. It proclaimed, “If TRUMP wins He’ll be DEAD with in A week The Cartel wont have his Bullsh*t.”
Breitbart journalist Michelle Moon tweeted:
— Michelle Moons (@MichelleDiana) May 27, 2016
Other protesters held signs saying “Trump eres hijo de puta,” (Trump is a bastard) and “Coachella contra el puto Trump,” (Coachella against the fu**ing Trump).
In April, California-based rapper YG introduced a rap song at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, where he led an estimated 20,000 fans in a chant to “f**k Donald Trump.”
Then things got even uglier. Breitbart News reported:
At one point bottles were thrown at police, and in the course of the protests, several people were detained. Several piñatas depicted Trump, including one whose head had been severed in the street, with the rest just a crumpled bit of papier-mâché.
As for the death threat against Trump, Theodore Shobat claims that it shouldn’t be taken lightly — that threats by Mexican drug lords are very real. He produced a documentary on the subject called “Hell Across The Border.”
And to add further context, many of the anti-Trump rallies are rooted in Mexican drug cartels.
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