Politics Anyone been to a Trump rally? Just ordered my ticket.

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  1. MilkyDischarge

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    friday, University of Illinois Chicago, UIC Pavillion. Student protestors already organizing themselves. Should be a circus.
    Anyone been? Or planning?
     
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    A lot of faggots, yes
     
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    I would love to go and challenge trump to a cock off. I think 50/50 chance he would get me on stage and we would slap our dicks down on the podium.
     
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    Looks like it will be a rape fest,

    Trump Protesters Plan UIC Rally Takeover: 'Strength Will Lie in Numbers'
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    U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez and other Latino leaders will protest Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump rally at UIC Pavilion on Friday. Thousands have RSVPed to a protest on Facebook.
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    CHICAGO — Last week, Donald Trump said he was looking forward to his Friday rally in Chicago. But he may not get the warmest welcome if protesters have their way.

    Following news of his rally last week, protesters started mobilizing. First, a Facebook event popped up and immediately had thousands of RSVPs. Organizers told those opposed to the GOP presidential frontrunner to show up at the UIC Pavilion, 525 S. Racine Ave., Friday and not only protest outside — but snag tickets and get inside.

    In other cities, protesters have encountered violence at Trump rallies. But Chicago organizers hope a massive turnout will prevent this from happening:

    Trump has been known to provoke and encourage violence towards protesters in the past. Past protests have seen individuals be spit on, kicked, hit, shoved, and assaulted in various other ways. With that being said, our strength will lie both in our numbers and our ability to show these Trump supporters a higher class of behavior. We do not condone and will condemn any physical contact with supporters attending the rally; please keep your hands and items to yourself. Our goal must be to show the attendees the empathy, acceptance, and love that we strive to see in the world. Keep any signs and chants aimed at Trump and his campaign, instead of individual supporters.

    As of Monday morning, nearly 8,000 people vowed to show up to the event (though Facebook RSVPs for such events are typically higher than actual turnout). The stadium can hold up to 10,000 people, depending on how its configured, according to the UIC Pavilion website.

    But a petition to cancel the rally altogether has even more support: 42,626 people have asked the University of Illinois at Chicago and the director of the Pavilion to cancel the event.

    "Donald Trump is running on a platform of hate and dangerous intolerance," petitioner Jorge Mena Robles wrote. "It has no place in Chicago but especially not at an institution of higher learning."

    Doug Ibendahl, an attorney and editor of Republican News Watch, said Trump has been breaking attendance records at venues across the nation, and he expects the candidate's appearance at UIC Friday to be no different.

    While some Trump haters plan to register for the event and not show up, because there are no reserve seats, Ibendahl said they are "wasting their time."

    "You gotta get there early. Thousands of people [won't be able] to get in," he said, whether they registered or not. "Protesters get in at every rally. If someone wants to demonstrate, they can certainly do that."

    Representatives from Trump's campaign did not answer questions about admission to Friday's rally Monday.

    On Monday, a number of Latino politicians including U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D), Ald. George Cardenas (12th), Ald. Raymond Lopez (15th), and Ald. Gilbert Villegas (36th) said they will stand among the protesters Friday outside of the UIC Pavilion.

    Gutierrez said the protest will be peaceful and organized outside, but leaders do not plan to enter the pavilion. He said he certainly does understand why "young people" would want to enter the pavilion and demonstrate in a non-violent matter.

    "There's going to be a lot of prejudice, a lot of hate, a lot discrimination, and yes, racism in that pavilion," he said. Chicago's leaders won't let Trump and spread his "misogynist," anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim anti-LGBT message, Guttierez said.

    "We say no to all of that hatred and bigotry," he said.

    UIC officials also did not answer questions, but in a letter to students and staff, Chancellor Michael Amiridis said it has been the university's standard policy for decades to rent available space to any political candidate when requested.

    "UIC’s core values of freedom, equality and social justice for all, regardless of race, religion, national origin, disability status or sexual orientation, are deeply rooted in our diverse community and not endangered by the presence of any political candidate on campus," Amiridis wrote. "We encourage public and civic engagement by all members of our University and we endorse the idea that the answer to speech that one does not like or finds offensive is more speech and not censorship."

    Ald. Danny Solis (25th), whose ward includes parts of the UIC campus, said that the Latino Caucus plans to send a letter to UIC leaders asking that "they not give racist individuals a platform" in the future. The longtime alderman will be marching alongside protesters Friday, he said. Trump's message is "outrageous," Solis said.

    "It would be outrageous in any era of the United States, but especially now," he said.

    Solis' youngest sister, Patti Solis Doyle, has served as a campaign manager to Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. Ald. Solis is campaigning for Clinton in this race, he said.

    But Trump supporters, including Ibehdahl, said that people who call Trump a racist "don't know what they are talking about."

    "Trump has created more jobs for Hispanics, Blacks and women than all of those blowhards combined," he said. "They are angry, and they are jealous, and they are terrified that Trump is taking people off of their liberal plantation of voters."

    Gutierrez, however, said Trump's threats are real to Chicago families.

    "Walk through these streets of Pilsen and Little Village. Walk through Chinatown. Walk through our immigrant neighborhoods of the City of Chicago," Gutierrez said. "Donald Trump has said he is going to organize the deportation of 12 million people. Hundreds of thousands of them are our family members. They are our husbands and our wives and aunts and uncles... they are our neighbors and we love them. And we will stand up against that threat."

    A spokesman for the Chicago Police said officers will be at the rally but referred all questions on security plans to the Secret Service.

    "CPD will have a very visible presence," said police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi.

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    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will hold a rally at UIC Pavilion on Friday. Thousands have RSVPed to a protest on Facebook. [dnainfo/Stephanie Lulay]

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    Thousands have clicked a link! Many of those thousands won't take any further action.

    Fags.
     
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    These idiots don't realize that they are all but handing him the nomination and maybe the presidency with this protest crap.
     
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    If I needed to feel better about myself I would go to one.
     
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    Lucky! I would love to go to one! I've watched a lot of them, and they always seem like so much fun. Post lots of pics if you go, and try to get pictures/video of the protestors.
     
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    Pussy professors,

    Trump Rally at UIC is Too 'Dangerous' For Campus, Professors Say

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    Trump Rally Plan Riles Chicago Protesters
    CHICAGO — Teachers at the University of Illinois at Chicago say the presence of Donald Trump and his supporters at the UIC Pavilion Friday will create a "physically dangerous" environment for students and staff.

    In a letter to UIC Chancellor Michael Amiridis, a group of 180 UIC professors and staff members write that they value free speech, but the alarm behind Trump's visit extends to more than opposition to political positions.

    RELATED: Trump Protesters Plan UIC Rally Takeover: 'Strength Will Lie in Numbers'

    "We are deeply distressed that this event threatens to create a hostile and physically dangerous environment to the students, staff, faculty and alumni who come out to express their opposition," the letter reads. "We base this claim on what happened recently at another public higher education institution, Valdosta State in Georgia, where university security ejected a group of peaceful protestors, all of whom were students enrolled at the university, who were seeking to attend the rally being held in a campus venue."

    The professors are also concerned for the safety of the UIC Pavilion's diverse staff of student employees and others "who have no choice but to traverse parts of the campus around the Pavilion going to and from work and class," according to the letter.

    UIC officials have not responded to multiple requests for their security plans as of Tuesday. On Monday, a spokesman for the Chicago Police Department said officers will be at the rally but referred all questions on security plans to the Secret Service.

    "CPD will have a very visible presence," said police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi.

    In a letter to students and staff, Chancellor Amiridis said it has been the university's standard policy for decades to rent available space to any political candidate when requested.

    "UIC’s core values of freedom, equality and social justice for all, regardless of race, religion, national origin, disability status or sexual orientation, are deeply rooted in our diverse community and not endangered by the presence of any political candidate on campus," Amiridis wrote. "We encourage public and civic engagement by all members of our University and we endorse the idea that the answer to speech that one does not like or finds offensive is more speech and not censorship."

    Following news of his rally last week, protesters started mobilizing. First, a Facebook event popped up and immediately had thousands of RSVPs. Organizers told those opposed to the GOP presidential front-runner to show up at the UIC Pavilion, 525 S. Racine Ave., Friday and not only protest outside — but snag tickets and get inside.

    In other cities, protesters have encountered violence at Trump rallies.

    As of Tuesday morning, nearly 8,600 people vowed to show up to the event (though Facebook RSVPs for such events are typically higher than actual turnout). The stadium can hold up to 10,000 people, depending on how its configured, according to the UIC Pavilion website.

    But a petition to cancel the rally altogether has even more support: 42,626 people have asked the University of Illinois at Chicago and the director of the Pavilion to cancel the event.

    On Monday, a number of Latino politicians including U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D), Ald. George Cardenas (12th), Ald. Raymond Lopez (15th), and Ald. Gilbert Villegas (36th) said they will stand among the protesters Friday outside of the UIC Pavilion.
     
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    Will do!
     
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    I went to the one in New Hampshire where he called Cruz a pussy. Here's my breakdown from another thread....

    http://www.dawgshed.com/threads/trump-crowds-are-getting-big.176770/#post-11188997

    I went to the rally on Monday, the one where he didn't call Cruz a pussy. It was a good time. Much more raucous and upbeat than I was accepting.

    Here's the skinny. The area was under a blizzard warning, so traffic and parking weren't much of a hassle. There were only about 10 protesters outside, as far as I could tell - about the same of vendors selling pretty ho-hum swag. I assume both were affected by the weather.

    We also had a bit of a hookup, so we got to use the press entrance and didn't have to wait. We went through metal detectors and were patted down by Secret Service. Inside, we had somewhat preferred seating and wound up about 4 rows behind Melania and the kids. It was a minor league hockey arena with a backdrop cutting off half the place. I'd estimate there were about 2,000 people there in total.

    The folks were pretty upscale for the most part and very white. I only saw one black dude and one Duck Dynasty looking motherfucker. Everyone I encountered was quite nice, but then again I was in somewhat of a VIP section.

    Trump was delayed 20-30 minutes by the weather and in the meantime, the PA announcer instructed the crowd what to do in the event of a disruption - hold up your campaign signs, chant "Trump. Trump, Trump", and let security handle it. Do not engage them physically.

    The speech was riotous and high-spirited. At one point, a girl on the main floor had a panic attack or medical emergency and needed to be tended to by paramedics, but the speech continued without incident and the crowd paid little attention to her after help arrived.

    After the speech, Trump and Ivanka went around a shook hands and signed things for the first few rows. At one point, a guy handed Trump an odd looking, long, rectangular box to sign and we wondered what it was. The WASP-y woman next to me informed me that it was her husband getting their Hillary nutcracker signed.

    All-in-all, it was a very positive experience and the kind of thing that I can see generating a lot of enthusiasm in potential voters. I certainly left with a higher opinion of the man than I entered with and my opinion was already pretty favorable.

    I highly recommend checking out the circus when it comes to town.
     
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    You should have a good time there Trow him out easy dont hurt him gettttttttum outttttttttt
     
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    ppl go for entertainment, they wana be part of a reality show
     
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    no have not when i want to check out a bunch of white trash I hit up TPK rest stops and its free
     
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    As if the UIC area wasn't already dangerous enough.

    An enterprising mugger could make a killing off of a Trump crowd.
     
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    Lol, this is Chicago. How much more dangerous could it get? ISIS could hold their annual convention there and it wouldn't move the needle.
     
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    i have been to Rallys....

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    Have no fear this guy will be working that day