Obama Judge Says Trump Incited Violence At Rally By Saying “Get ‘Em Out Of Here”

A federal judge in Louisville said in a ruling that then-candidate Donald Trump incited the use of violence against three protesters when he told supporters at a campaign rally a year ago to “get ’em out of here.”

U. S. District Judge David J. Hale of the Western District of Kentucky also wrote in an opinion and order released Friday that because violence had broken out at a prior Trump rally and that known hate group members were in the Louisville crowd, Trump’s ordering the removal of an African-American woman was “particularly reckless.”

  • WalterBannon

    another fake judge in need of removal from the bench

    • mobuyus

      Get em out of here!

      • dance…dancetotheradio


    • Clausewitz

      The Democrats can’t win at the ballot box so their next step is to subvert the Constitution through pseudo legalistic means. Time for a thorough cleaning of the “legal” system so that one day there will actually be a Justice system.

      • Alain

        That is the the M.O. of the Left.

  • J. C.

    So issuing an order to his security team is ‘inciting violence’ now???

    This guy needs to be kicked off the bench.

    • Dave

      And a kick in the ass!

  • vwVwwVwv

    Love Trumps violence, cant get enough.

  • CodexCoder

    Another SJW judge not determining if a law was broken, but laying charges without the benefit of law enforcement (usurping their mandate, and extending his own). Yes, he needs to be removed for judicial overreach.

  • jt

    So the 600 pounder telling people don’t stop until he is out of office that’s fine but Trump asking someone to leave is wrong.

  • A Hamilton Guy

    Jesus had a low opinion of publicans.

  • Tooth&Claw

    Wow, talk about reaching.

    • dance…dancetotheradio


  • Gary

    So it’s okay when Obama endorses the BLM cop-killers and incites them to torch a neighbourhood and riot …but this judge goes after Trump for agreeing with Security to remove thugs causing trouble.