Ted Cruz Blaming Donald Trump?

For "affirmatively" encouraging violence?

Ted Cruz cannot blame Donald Trump for the violence that takes place on the campaign trail, as demonstrators of all kinds converge on a rally, and abusive words from either side can start a fight, with each person trying to knock some sense into the opposing individual.

Though, Trump will ask his handlers to throw out some of these hooligans, who have been organized by other political interests to disturb his rallies; he has spent a lot of money to put on these rallies, and so he has every right to get them "roughed up" to teach these people a lesson.

At Trump's rallies, more than others like Cruz's, there are passions on all fronts within the crowd, and cultures, identities, ethnicity and even Race(s) can clash, and violence can erupt from some of these confrontations. That is the reason why there must be stern security there to maintain order.

So, you or Cruz or anybody else cannot categorically impute that to the other candidate, and in this case, Donald Trump , and therefore, he must be made culpable of these unfortunate incidents?

The Police and other law enforcement agencies must also be present to restrain conflicts and even make arrests to bring decency in a public place like that. They must be able to trace the source(s) of these disturbances; something, which is part of their work. Stopping them (disturbances), where they are initiated will help to bring civility at all these functions.

Blaming one side, as Cruz is doing, is sheer political intrigue, to give the impression that the other candidate is just interested in inciting violence at his or her own rallies. Attributing such notion on Donald Trump is totally wrong on the part of his rival Ted Cruz.

EMMANUEL BANDOH.

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Ericdierker 9 months ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

I would be interested to know how many Cruz supporters attend Trump's events. You just know there are some with the intent of causing discord.

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