As long as you support the orange menace and avoid getting punched in the face by his rapid supporters, we suppose he might have a point.
Donald Trump, on the eve before the critical Indiana primary, said his campaign rallies are one of the “safest places you can be.”
That comment came a few days after violent protests erupted outside of the California GOP convention and about 20 people were arrested during Trump’s speech last week in Costa Mesa, Calif.
“The truth is at the Trump rallies, it’s the safest place you can be because we look out for each other and we look out for everybody,” Trump said at a rally in South Bend, Ind., one day before the primary there.
Trump condemned the violence that emerged last week in California and noted that subsequent campaign events have been peaceful.
“People were burning the American flag, I don’t want to burn it. The people outside, they’re agitators,” Trump said.
“You don’t see that at all [inside here]. We’ve been through days where you don’t see it,” he added.
Back in March, Trump canceled a rally in Chicago amid huge protests outside of the arena and at another rally, a man was charged with assault and battery after video surfaced showing him punching a man in the face.
But he’s got excuses for that. They luxurious and incredible.
“So if you see somebody getting ready to throw a tomato, knock the crap out of ’em, would you? Seriously. Okay? Just knock the hell — I promise you, I will pay for the legal fees. I promise. I promise.”
At least it’d be a safe punch in the face.