In his speech last night, Trump tossed lies, hate, distortions, and fear-mongering harder than Jake Arrieta throws his four-seam fastball.
The two hour march was conducted by delegates to the first national People's Convention of the Center for Popular Democracy.
Throughout the convention, speaker after speaker sneeringly demeaned attempts to address racism as efforts to conform to arbitrary "political correctness."
Some said he was appealing to the worst instincts of white workers who have legitimate grievances and reasons to be dissatisfied with the government.
The event brought four bands and five speakers together for the event which drew a diverse crowd of nearly 100.
"The Republican Party has done nothing to reach out to them, even though in 2012 the leadership of the GOP vowed to make it more inclusive."
"Rahm wants to buy you a drink. Ask him if he can buy you an assistant principal and a special-education teacher instead."
America must finally and fully overcome its antipathy toward living in peaceful coexistence with a neighboring state with a different political system than ours.
Inside the Republican National Convention, Donald Trump made himself "grate again" on our nerves.
The following is an exclusive article written for the Peoples World by Gwen Carr, the mother of Eric Garner; Garner was slain by police two years ago on the streets of Staten Island.