DAILYKENN.com -- Counter protesters apparently demonstrated their "love, not hate" message by ripping signs and attacking patriots at a "Build the Wall" rally in Greenville, South Carolina.
It's the typical leftist mentality: Accuse others of doing what you do; of being what you are.
• Notice that leftists refer to non-white insurgents as "immigrants" when they invade Western nations But when white immigrants migrate to non-white nations and enhance their lives with advanced technology and culture, we are stimatized as "colonists" and accused of imperialism.
• And it's interesting that the far left wants patriots out of their city — but they welcome illegal aliens.
From wyff4.com ▼ Joe Ripley
"I want to support love in our community," counter-protester Mark Povelaitis said. "I don't support hate. I don't support walls. I support bridges. I don't agree with the build the wall message."
A WYFF News 4 photographer noted the arrests happened before a fight broke out when some signs were torn. Police arrested two people from each side of the protest. They face interfering with a picket and disorderly conduct charges. The protests wrapped up around 4 p.m.
"If we don't get [the wall], America is going to continue to be invaded," rally organizer William G. Carter said. "What we have right now is a Trojan horse on our Southern border. It's pouring in illegal aliens."
Trump has talked about a plan to build a wall on the country's southern border since he first ran for office in 2015. The president has had some sample designs built near San Diego. So far, money has not been allotted from the federal budget to fully build a wall.
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