Tim Kaine's Son Arrested at Violent Anti-Trump Protest in St. Paul, MinnesotaChris Menahan
Mar. 08, 2017
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Senator Tim Kaine's son was arrested for taking part in Saturday's violent, anti-Trump counter-protest at the Minnesota State Capitol.
It appears the Democrat-appointed city attorney is going to let him off easy.
From Fox News:
The son of Hillary Clinton's former running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine, was one of six arrested Saturday protesting a rally in support of President Trump at the Minnesota State Capitol.The Duluth News Tribune's report suggests he's going to get off easy:
No charges were filed against him or the four other people who were arrested by St. Paul police.He should be facing charges for civil rights intimidation and running from police.
St. Paul police arrested Kaine and the four others near Rice Street and University Avenue, less than a block from the Capitol. After the group ran and a St. Paul police officer detained Kaine, "he turned around and squared up to fight with the officer," Linders said Tuesday. "The officer was able to place Mr. Kaine under arrest and take him to the Ramsey County jail for booking."Indeed, nothing says "self expression" like "peacefully" setting off fireworks inside a state capitol building.
I'm sure if a group of pro-life protesters rioted and set off fireworks inside Tim Kaine's office he'd be just as understanding.
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