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  • xxxxx

    These groups always use children as pawns, they are the ones who disrupted the Governor’s Town Halls !

  • xxxxx

    Funny, I see the Working Families Coalition and NJ Citizen Action, you have to wonder why they bring their own signs, they were both started and funded by the unions !
    I wonder if they dragged the Better Choices for NJ coalition that NJ Working families Controls ?
    Or Maybe NJ Policy Perspective who they also support and who lends leadership to the Better Choices for NJ Coalition ?

    I’ve actually seen articles where they quoted each one of these members of the HYDRA separately !

    They obviously have all these names so they can fool the public.

  • Robert Dana

    Love the teacher’s sign. Perfect penmanship & way too long.

  • Pat Palmer

    I really enjoyed the photos of the protestors, and hearing how it went. I’m relieved that there were no incidents reported. The slogans on the posters tickled me. Also glad that Trump got to have his rally without disruption. Both sides appear to have done a good job (and police too). Thank you, Planet Princeton.

  • Johnathan

    A very biased article indeed, but I don’t understand why people are mad about the pictures, the event was inside of the armory, so what pictures were to be taken. Another issue is the people in the trump trucks trying to antagonize everyone at a peaceful protest. Also, most of the kids that showed up from the high school don’t know a thing about politics, I asked a few of them why they were there, and 1 out of the 4 I asked said its because they don’t like him

  • PJ Vinch

    I am not a Trump supporter. Please retract that. I was asking questions.

  • Henry

    This is very biased article. Just look at the photos. Someone would make a conclusion that there was a massive protest against Trump.
    Eyeballed(?) number of 500 protesters and no word about 1000+ Trump supporters attending the event.
    At the end, the Trump protesters were outnumbered by Trump supporters.

  • James

    Highly Biased reporting. As I left the event, I was confronted and screamed at by a group of four protesters who were clinging to the fence, trying to grab me as I walked past towards the exit where the police were. The majority of the people at the event remained calm and civilized. Also, the tickets started at $25, not $200.

  • Blake Cash

    It would be interesting to know how many Trump supporters were at the event. The balance, supporters v protestors.

  • Scimommy

    Thanks for the report. Glad it was peaceful and civilized. I wish I could’ve been there.

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