Arizona law enforcement agencies had to reroute highway traffic headed to Fountain Hills after hundreds of United Against Hate protesters managed to block traffic for hours.
By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.
March 19, 2016
Fountain Hills, Arizona – On Saturday, a coalition of groups involving hundreds of United Against Hate protesters managed to block a highway to Fountain Hills where a Trump rally was scheduled to be held. Traffic was blocked for hours and had to be rerouted.
Vans and vehicles blocking the highway were towed to clear the road. Some peaceful protesters tied themselves with cables and chains to vehicle doors and authorities had to cut them loose.
Trump rallies are known to attract protests for its campaign to spread hate and a racist national agenda that promotes discrimination and violence towards minorities, especially Latinos, Afro-Americans and Muslims.
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