Donald Trump stormed into Florida this weekend and spoke to a group of supporters at his golf club deep within the home turf of Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio.
Trump spoke to a huge crowd of vocal supporters but the crowd was also filled with a group of protesters.
However, those detractors weren’t there because they hate Donald. They were there because Democrats paid them to be.
When Donald Trump went to Miami, he knew he’d have some protestors, and he dealt with it, Trump-style.
Speaking at his Doral resort Friday night, Trump made no bones about who was welcome—and who was not. Excited Trump supporters jammed the ballroom, while Univision was banned from the premises.
The crowd was fired up to hear the billionaire—even when protestors tried to disrupt the rally. Trump was unfazed, saying, “that is what freedom of speech is about.” He was more worried about his supporters reacting than the protestors.[…]
One Twitter user reported that the Hispanic protest was no spontaneous event. It was carefully planned and coordinated, with free lunch, charter bus rides, and even cash offered to participants.
— Noah Gray CNN (@NoahGrayCNN) October 23, 2015
A couple of protesters made their way into Trump's event tonight. "Don't hurt 'em," Trump says, saying our country is about free speech
— Sara Murray (@SaraMurray) October 23, 2015
Solid response from Donald.
Rather than freak out or argue with the protesters, he simply let them be and took the wind out of their sails.
Pretty sad that the Democrats have to pay people to go protest against Trump.
If he was that bad and his ideas were so harmful, wouldn’t people go protest on their own accord?
The anti-Trump feeling in the country, while warranted at times, has been vastly over exaggerated by the media.
Left-wing sites like Think Progress reported on this event without even bothering to mention the protesters were paid.
Even though Trump is now trailing Ben Carson in some Iowa polls, he is going to be in this race for the long haul whether the media likes it or not.