Supporters and opponents of Donald Trump clash at a rally in Anaheim, California on Tuesday, with pepper spray being used against each other. Police say five people, including two little girls, were pepper sprayed by a demonstrator during the heated confrontation.
At Instapundit, Ed Driscoll writes:
Note that in the tweets from San Francisco-based KCBS and ABC News that Twitchy links to, it’s ambiguous as to who was doing the pepper-spraying. Both tweets link to an AP report that requires wading past the headline and three paragraphs before being told “At one point, an opponent unleashed a hand-held pepper-spray device on the pro-Trump crowd.” If all you read were the tweets or the headlines and ledes, you’d have no idea who was doing the pepper-spraying.
[VIDEO] Muhammad Cartoon Contest Planned for Phoenix: Watch as Smug Reporter Baits Interviewee with Charges of ‘Hatred and Bigotry’, ‘Inciting Violence’, Seeking ‘Gunfight’Posted: May 28, 2015
An anti-Islam rally in Phoenix on Friday will feature a Muhammad cartoon-drawing contest. The scheduled location is outside the Islamic Community Center in north Phoenix.
Watch as the interviewer tries to bait the interviewee, using words like, hatred, bigotry, and accusations of ‘inciting’ violence, and “looking for a gunfight”, as he
questions interrogates his subject. The interviewee handles the questions remarkably well, considering how loaded they are. Then the reporter concludes by quoting a C.A.I.R.’s statement. Unbelievable.