Anti-Trumpers Call For Riots After Billionaire Wins Indiana"If he wins, we riot!"
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Although the media has been fixated with Trump voters staging riots if the billionaire doesn't become the Republican nominee, it was the anti-Trump crowd that took to Twitter last night to threaten riots in response to the Donald's crushing victory in Indiana.
Trump now looks almost certain to take on Hillary after securing 51 delegates last night, forcing Ted Cruz to drop out and and leading RNC Chairman Reince Priebus to tweet that Trump was the presumptive nominee and that all efforts should now be devoted to defeating Clinton.
That largely puts to bed fears, mentioned by Trump himself but enflamed by the media, that Trump supporters would stage violence if the GOP establishment attempted to steal the nomination at a brokered convention.
However, anti-Trumpers, who have been busy staging violence at Trump events across the country for the last three months, reacted to Trump's success by renewing their vow to engage in mass civil unrest.
The tweets below were all sent out in the immediate aftermath of Trump's victory in Indiana.
Although civil unrest follows Trump everywhere he goes, the riots have only seemed to help his poll numbers.
Following last week's violence in Costa Mesa, California, where unhinged anti-Trumpers attacked people and defaced vehicles while waving Mexican flags, Trump opened up a 34 point lead over Ted Cruz in the Golden State.
As we have documented, Trump has faced innumerable death threats since becoming the Republican frontrunner, yet the establishment media continues to bizarrely insist that his own supporters are the only violent threat to be concerned about.