Saturday, 12 March 2016

Donald Trump: Miley Cyrus, Chris Brown & More Protest How He Incites Violence At Rallies

The violence that broke out at a Chicago Donald Trump rally March 11 was so terribly upsetting. 

Stars like Miley Cyrus, Chris Brown and others are calling out the Republican frontrunner for encouraging the clashes, many involving white supporters beating black protesters.
Donald Trump: Miley Cyrus, Chris Brown & More Protest How He Incites Violence At Rallies
This is just disgraceful! Donald Trump, 69, seems to be watching with almost near pleasure asfights keep breaking out at his support rallies. While the candidate has made claims that no one has actually gotten hurt at his rallies, the punches we’ve seen thrown on TV appear otherwise. Now celebrities from Miley Cyrus, 23 to Chris Brown, 26 are calling out the candidate for inciting violence at his campaign rallies! Read on for what they had to say:

A clearly upset Miley posted an article to her Instagram that reported on how Donald thought it was very appropriate for one his supporters to hit a black protester. She noted “Donald Trump promoting violence. I don’t have hate in my heart but the closest thing to it I feel for Donald Trump. I usually would try to be more poetic in my politics but I have no other words than I despise the existence of this f**k! Go ahead and be this way in your life but please don’t try to run my country and be my president! This is 1,000,000 steps backwards!”
Chris went a step further by making a video calling for peace. “I’m glad our people are starting to use our voice more. All I can say is just no violence, man. No violence. Go to these rallies, protest. Vote, speak for what is right.
Hey, I’m as upset as everyone else but do the right thing!” Breezy had suggested March 10 that people protesting the rallies go in groups so it would make violence against them more difficult.
A video posted by @chrisbrownofficial on
Other stars such as Demi Lovato, 23 and more took to their Twitter accounts to express their outrage over the Chicago rally violence.

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