At a rally in Pennsylvania yesterday, Donald Trump had some very strong words about how President Obama handled a protester.
And yet Obama today spoke, in front of a much smaller crowd than this, by the way…And there was a protester, a protester that likes us. And what happened is they wouldn’t put the cameras on him. The camera’s on Obama. And I said that’s strange. He was talking to the protester, screaming at him, really screaming at him. By the way if I spoke the way Obama spoke to that protester they would say *mocking* ‘He became unhinged, he became…’ You have to go back and look and study and see what happened. They never move the camera. And he spent so much time screaming at this protester and frankly it was a disgrace.
The reality of what happened is much, much different.
Please watch that video, but here’s a quote.
Hold up! First of all, we live in a country that respects free speech. So, second of all, so it looks like [the protester] may have maybe served in our military so you gotta respect that. Third of all, he was elderly and we’ve got to respect our elders. And fourth of all, don’t boo. Vote! Don’t boo, vote!
First of all, if Obama tells you to “hold up,” you hold up. Second of all “Don’t boo, vote!” is my favorite quote of the election.
This is a stark difference here. Trump calls it a disgrace that Obama screamed at a protester, when in reality Obama was urging his supporters to allow the Trump supporter to exercise his right to free speech.
Can we repeal the 22nd Amendment?