Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Story from Valdosta

When Donald Trump spoke in Valdosta, Georgia Monday, a big story came out - 30 students accusing the Trump team of bias in ejecting them from the venue.
When ejected, they first went to the media.
The Valdosta police chief talked to the media in the morning.
What was his viewpoint?
Childress said about 30 people were removed from the P.E. complex where Trump was scheduled to speak, prior to the candidate's arrival. 
He explained that Trump's security detail escorted the group out because they were causing a disturbance.
"They were not removed because of signs, because of their belief, or because of race. They were removed because they were loud and disruptive and dropping the F bomb," Childress said.
Sorry, but the liberal narrative fails in reality.

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