Hundreds of rioting nonwhites burned American flags, waved Mexican flags, and physically attacked whites attending a Donald Trump rally in San Jose, California, last night.
The orgy of violence is a likely foretaste of what might happen should Trump actually win the presidential election in November, as the invaders now—undeservedly—view him as their greatest enemy.
According to reports, the nonwhites waved Mexican flags while burning American flags, to chants of “f**k Donald Trump” outside the San Jose Convention Center.
Several arrests were made by the San Jose Police Department after the nonwhites engaged in scuffles and attacks on Trump supporters attending the rally. Rocks, bottles, and other objects were used in the physical assaults.
The nonwhites are angry because Trump has declared himself to be opposed to illegal immigration, and ignore the fact that he has declared himself in favor of legal immigration.
Inside the rally, Trump also attempted to endear himself to Hispanics.
He spotted a sign among the sea of supporters reading “Latinos for Trump,” and remarked “That’s what I like—I love that. Latinos! We’re doing well with the Latinos. Nobody knows about it yet. We’re bringing so many jobs in, you watch what happens. The Hispanics, we love the Hispanics!”
These attempts at ingratiating himself with the nonwhites are, however, largely falling on barren ground.
According to Gallup opinion poll figures, a detailed breakdown of the racial split in support for Hilary Clinton and Trump reveal exactly how the nonwhites view the presumptive Republican nominee.
Data drawn from Gallup polls based on combinations of race and ethnicity, gender, education, religion, region of residence, income and marital status, carried out on more than 11,600 Americans from May 1–24, showed that overall, the average Clinton supporter is a nonwhite female.
The Gallup figures break down as follows:
White males: 25% Clinton, 49% Trump.
White females: 36% Clinton, 34% Trump.
Non-Hispanic White: 30% Clinton, 41% Trump.
Hispanic: 58% Clinton, 14% Trump.
Non-Hispanic black: 69% Clinton, 11% Trump.
Nonwhite females: 65% Clinton, 9% Trump.
Nonwhite males: 57% Clinton, 19% Trump.
Asians: 51% Clinton, 18% Trump.
Jews: 56% Clinton, 26% Trump.
With a breakdown like that, it is clear that should Trump actually win the November presidential election—which is by no means guaranteed—the nonwhite element of the population is likely to react violently.