Voting for Trump Is Dangerous, but Not for the Reasons You Might Think!
Every day, it feels like there’s a new and negative headline about GOP frontrunner Donald Trump.
From his controversial stances on abortion, immigration, and border patrol to his immature and disrespectful comments about women, not to mention his obliviousness in the realm of international relations, it’s no wonder many Americans are scared that Trump is doing so well so far in the primaries.
Following numerous reports of violence at and around Trump rallies in various states, it’s becoming clearer that both supporting and protesting the candidate can be hazardous, but one man just undertook a social experiment that proves the MOST dangerous thing about voting for Trump, and it’s not what you might think.
Here’s what one guy learned when he went undercover as a Trump supporter…
Over the past few months, stories about threats, assaults, and general violence at Trump rallies have increasingly dominated the headlines.
Perhaps none were as shocking as a story from Wisconsin this week, where a teenage girl was allegedly groped before being pepper-sprayed in the face at a Trump rally.
The girl was outside the rally to protest Trump’s campaign, and clearly her message didn’t resonate well with the mob of supporters.
But who’s more dangerous? Trump, with his vile words and expanding influence? Or Trump’s supporters, the millions of average Americans finding solace in his campaign of hatred? Is it possible that Trump supporters are the true victims of violence?
One man was determined to find out.