Protesters help a fellow demonstrator who was affected by the smoke and pepper spray used by police to disburse the crowd outside a rally for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in Albuquerque, N.M.

Police clash with protestors as violence erupts at Donald Trump rally in New Mexico

Protests outside a Donald Trump rally in New Mexico turned violent Tuesday night as demonstrators threw burning T-shirts, plastic bottles and other items at police officers, overturned trash cans and knocked down barricades.

CHAOS IN ALBUQUERQUE: Police officers injured after anti-Trump protests turn violent in New Mexico – FoxNews

Albuquerque cops use smoke, horses after anti-Trump protests turn tense – MSNBC

    • Yup. See the video at the MSNBC link. They want to fight.

    • Dana Garcia

      Yes indeedy, plenty of Mexican flags — keep it up, Mexo-anarchists!

      Americans need to be reminded what open-borders extremists are all about — not “immigrants looking for a better life” but violent foreigners with conquest in mind.×553.jpg

    • Yep, these people are so “Mexican” that they can’t even complete a sentence in Spanish (it’s called “Tex-Mex” and it’s laughable). I don’t know if anyone has noticed but whenever Maurixio comments I always reply to him in Spanish — he never answers because I don’t think he understands a word.

      It’s all political, not cultural — these people couldn’t survive 24 hours in a traditional Mexican barrio without running back to the U.S. with their tails between their legs. The “culture” part is simply a convenient front for Left militancy.

      • mauser 98

        you should post your comment every where possible

        …plus Mexicans never heard of Cinco de Mayo,, like Kwanza

        • Cinco de Mayo is a tricky one — I used to think it was Cuban Independence Day because it seemed such a big deal in Florida (white college kids?). In Central America the big one is Quince de Septiembre — Independence Day, and apparently Mexican Independence Day is the day after — Dieciseis de Septiembre.

          The Black dude with the Mexican flag is probably unaware that Blacks were segregated and relegated to the Caribbean coast in some of the most “progressive” places in Latin America — in Costa Rica it was ILLEGAL for Blacks to travel inland to the Capital until the late ’70’s. And Indians weren’t recognized as citizens until the 1990’s!

          • mauser 98

            México’s Independence Day celebrated on September 16.
            Cinco de Mayo created for white guilt on the Euro type

          • I heard about that wall — I wonder if you can sneak into Mexico through Belize? 😉

          • mauser 98
          • Wow, Mexican immigration makes Trump look like a “softy”. Although I’m sure that El Chapo must be shaking in his boots about the prospect of a Trump Presidency when he’s extradited. The Obama admin has assured Chapo that it won’t seek the death penalty, but probably no guarantees with Trump.

            Btw, I wonder about Manuel Noriega is he still in prison after 27 years? I was in Panama for the 1989 US invasion — documenting stuff, etc. Pretty chaotic — the only place I ever got knifed, Noriega’s men were running wild assaulting, robbing, burning etc.

          • mauser 98

            El Chapo

            The DEA Struck A Deal With Mexico’s Most Notorious Drug Cartel


            “Noriega lamented that his erstwhile friends in Washington were deserting him”

            they know too much

          • Thanks for that — I should have looked it up myself and refreshed my memory but to tell you the truth it’s always fun bantering with you.

            I really hope the DEA / Chapo deal is the beginning of the end for the Mexican Cartels. It’s not just Mexico — the Mexican Cartels have practically destroyed Central America as well and I know how hard everybody fought to get the isthmus democratized. I gave the best years of my youth there — would be nice to return and retire.

          • mauser 98

            to be America’s enemy can be be her ally can be fatal…(read that some where)


          • Yep, a lot of people worked for “the company”. Unfortunately many of the people they recruit are involved in shady business. But often necessarily so — if you only recruit “Mother Theresas” you’re not going to get the nitty gritty of what’s happening in the political/criminal underworld.

          • mauser 98

            Mexican laws not reported here

          • Minicapt

            “Grito de Dolores” …


      • You’re right. I watched the coverage for about two hours on CNN and naturally they tried to blame “Trump’s rhetoric” for the riot. There were plenty of Mexican flags, but as the crowd gradually dispersed, the core group that remained was strikingly similar to what I see in Toronto during such protests. Anarchists with covered faces (even the design of the scarfs was the same); signs that no one is illegal; a few Indians, etc. The only group missing were the Black Lives Matter racists. Maybe Soros couldn’t ship them on time to Albuquerque.

        • Not too many Blacks in Albuquerque — I lived and worked there for about two years in my hippie youth (as an illegal Canadian “wetback”). Hope it doesn’t put me in Trump’s bad books… 🙂
          Sandía (“watermelon”) mountains — gorgeous places to explore. It actually snows there in winter — spent Christmas of ’71 camped out on a mountaintop. Christmas dinner was fried barrel cactus.

  • A “progressive” lesson in civics.

    Don’t say anything. They will call you a racist.

    • Ford Prefect

      The proper response to that is Thank you.

  • Blacksmith

    Ah, more tolerance from the leftist.

  • pdxnag

    When illegal aliens are on the other side of the wall they are a potential invasion force. Why elevate their status merely for having breached that wall?

  • FivePointSpurgeon

    There’s another point or two of support.

  • Ford Prefect

    Violence did not erupt they were trucked in by Soros. There was nothing spontaneous about it.