Here’s How Arizona’s Sheriff Joe Dealt With the Trump Protesters

From BuzzPo

FOUNTAIN HILLS, Ariz. – Following Saturday’s Donald Trump protesters illegally shutting down Shea Boulevard, Sheriff Joe Arpaio had his deputies handle the situation in a very assertive manner.

One woman actually decided to padlock herself to a vehicle, thereby blocking all traffic. Deputies cut her loose, handcuffed her and then carried her off to jail like a raggedy old carpet roll.


Furthermore, according to The Blaze, a vehicle attempted to pass through the illegally blocked highway. Trump protestors decided to stand on its hood and in front of the jeep to stop it. The driver slowly plowed through the crowd as one woman screamed, “THAT’S ATTEMPTED MURDER!” A Maricopa County deputy shrugged his shoulders as the vehicle safely passed through.

Here’s a free tip for the Trump protesters illegally blocking the roadways leading to ‘The Donald’s’ events. PLAY STUPID GAMES – WIN STUPID PRIZES.

Car driven through group of Trump protestersWatch a vehicle get driven through a group of people protesting Donald Trump’s Fountain Hills rally. You can clearly see a Maricopa County Sheriff’s Deputy shrug.

Posted by azcentral on Saturday, March 19, 2016

WATCH: This is the young protester who was arrested…just listen to the “logic”America, oh how disappointing you are becoming…

Posted by Blue Lives Matter on Saturday, March 19, 2016

WATCH: Well, looks like Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Maricopa County Sheriff’s Deputies dont mess around. They arrested a protester who was tied to a car blocking the road to Trump’s rally in Fountain Hills, Arizona.Finally a department with a backbone. Well done gentleman.

Posted by Blue Lives Matter on Saturday, March 19, 2016

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