The Secret Service had to force Donald Trump off stage during a rally in the lead-up to the US presidential election when he was confronted by a disgruntled Republican party supporter who was one of the “first amendment people” that advocated support for Hillary Clinton.
Although initial reports were that the man was brandishing a gun like he was one of the “second amendment people”, it was later revealed that the man was simply holding an anti-Trump sign.
Authorities acted quickly to protect Trump by pinning the protester and his dangerous ideas on the ground before dragging him away as he kicked and strained.
“Who does this man think he is coming in here like that and wielding his free speech at us? That’s just so risky,” stated a Trump supporter who witnessed the ensuing chaos. “I would’ve felt safer if he actually had a gun.”
“Surely he would know we don’t question anything Trump says here,” he added. “I hope they lock that monster up for life.”
When queried about the events that took place, Trump responded, “We tell you what to say and think, and if you don’t like it, tough. I mean, if I gave people the freedom to think, I wouldn’t have any supporters left.”