Anti-Trump rioters are electing Trump one riot at a time

For many voters, the presidential election choice is no and no – none of the above.  But as voters see pictures of rioters (and no, their violent activities don't deserve the gentle euphemism of protesters) at  Donald Trump events, which go beyond burning American flags while waving Mexican flags, voters will turn to Donald Trump in disgust.  While the increasingly irrelevant mainstream media won't cover these aspects of the riot and will blame Trump's rhetoric rather than the protesters – uh, rioters – the reality is seeping out, as here at American Thinker.

Don't rioters understand that voters across the country hearing chants of "Make America Mexico again" in English and Spanish reinforces Trump's message?  Apparently not.

But notice how the media commentators explode when a Hillary or Bernie event is interrupted by Trump supporters.  Uh-oh – hasn't happened, but the talking heads are still whining about Trump supporters as haters.  And those "haters," who are expressing their constitutional rights, are increasing in number.

Welcome to the riotous summer election season of 2016.  It just might surpass the historic Democratic convention riots of 1968.

For many voters, the presidential election choice is no and no – none of the above.  But as voters see pictures of rioters (and no, their violent activities don't deserve the gentle euphemism of protesters) at  Donald Trump events, which go beyond burning American flags while waving Mexican flags, voters will turn to Donald Trump in disgust.  While the increasingly irrelevant mainstream media won't cover these aspects of the riot and will blame Trump's rhetoric rather than the protesters – uh, rioters – the reality is seeping out, as here at American Thinker.

Don't rioters understand that voters across the country hearing chants of "Make America Mexico again" in English and Spanish reinforces Trump's message?  Apparently not.

But notice how the media commentators explode when a Hillary or Bernie event is interrupted by Trump supporters.  Uh-oh – hasn't happened, but the talking heads are still whining about Trump supporters as haters.  And those "haters," who are expressing their constitutional rights, are increasing in number.

Welcome to the riotous summer election season of 2016.  It just might surpass the historic Democratic convention riots of 1968.