Protesters of Donald Trump were shocked to find out that the Phoenix Police Department was not playing around at Tuesday’s Trump rally
PHOENIX (INTELLUHUB) — Police dressed in full riot gear used tear gas, pepper balls, and rubber bullets against anti-Trump protesters who attempted to disrupt the presidential rally Tuesday night.
At one point during the rally protesters blocked the official presidential motorcade route forcing law enforcement to evacuate the area so that President Trump’s motorcade could later exit the convention center.
After the speech police helicopters circled above blasting deafening bullhorn audio which told people to disperse from the area.
One man was shot by police with a rubber bullet and injured after kicking a can of tear gas back toward the police line as others threw bottles and other objects for the duration of the rally.
Protester kicks tear gas back at police. Police shoot him with a rubber bullet on live TV. VIDEO: pic.twitter.com/5qyHDZlpNF
— Tim Ring (@timringTV) August 23, 2017
At least four arrests were made related to the rally which Vice President Mike Pence and Dr. Ben Carson also attended.
Bikers For Trump and other patriots attended the rally to show their support for the president and protect attendees from violent left-wing fringe elements, as I reported Tuesday for Infowars in the viral piece titled “Bikers For Trump Vow To Defend Trump Supporters From Violent Left at Phoenix Rally.”
Featured Image: Donald Trump speaking with supporters at a campaign rally at the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, Arizona. (Gage Skidmore/Flickr)
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