Kentucky Judge Finds That "Particularly Reckless" Trump Incited Violence At 2016 Rally
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A United States District Court judge in Kentucky has ruled that Trump was "particularly reckless" at a Louisville rally in March 2016 for shouting "get 'em out of here" in reference to a group of Hillary snowflakes who literally shut down his event with their protests. Per the Carrier-Journal:
Citing case law from tumultuous 1960s race riots and student protests, Hale rejected motions to dismiss the pending complaint against Trump and three supporters in the crowd that was filed by three protesters after a March 1, 2016, campaign rally in Louisville. Only a portion of the defendants' motion was granted, but the decision means that the bulk of the claims will proceed. Hale referred the case to Magistrate Judge H. Brent Brennenstuhl.
The protesters, Henry Brousseau, Kashiya Nwanguma and Molly Shah, are seeking unspecified monetary damages. They claim they were assaulted by audience members who were riled up by Trump. Besides Trump, the lawsuit names three defendants in attendance — Matthew Heimbach, a leader with the white supremacist group Traditional Youth Network from Paoli, Indiana; and Alvin Bamberger, a member of the Korean War Veterans Association from Ohio; and an unknown individual.
Hale pointed out that, as the protesters had alleged, the violence began as soon as Trump gave a command and an order to get the protesters out of the rally.
Of course, we can only assume that Judge Hale missed the undercover video series from Project Veritas which revealed that, among other things, the DNC and Clinton campaign conspired to incite violence at Trump rallies all across the country to progress their 'Trump is a violent racist' narrative.
But sure, Trump supporters deserve to be prosecuted because the snowflake below was "basically shoved."