The high emotions were on display when Stewart, a Republican, answered that first question in part by saying everyone should condemn violence and racism.
“Then why did you vote no to condemn racism?” shouted out Jamie Carter, of West Bountiful, saying she was referring to Stewart’s vote against a House-passed resolution condemning what it called Trump’s racist remarks against four women House members of color. ...
“The president of the United States, as far as I know, hasn’t shot anyone,” Stewart said. One man yelled in response that “Charles Manson never shot anyone either” as he led a mass-murdering gang.
Looks like the liberal hotbeds of Utah aren't unique when it comes to voter anger over Trump.
Apparently Mitch McConnell is feeling the backlash, too.
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And now likely West Texas and Ohio, too. Trump's "sympathy visits" were not well received, mainly because he couldn't pull off sympathy. He's not sure what the word means, so he used both venues to attack his enemies. That only works at a Trump rally.