Time to call out the news coverage for what it was. From my view on a monitor at a restaurant, the reporting about the invasion of the Trump California event represented active promotion by the National Broadcasting Company news department of unlawful conduct by the Democratic Party. There is no other way to judge it. Shots of Trump and company seeking safe entry to the venue were made to look like THEY were sneaking around doing something wrong! One NBC newsreader prefaced her “coverage” by referring to Trump as “controversial!” The only thing controversial in the event was the fascistic conduct of the Bolshevist/Trotskyite protesters and the network’s prejudiced reporting in support of it! Trump was only doing what candidates are supposed to do: appear before audiences and make speeches. Boycotting and protesting the offending network and local NBC outlets providing the local “field” reporting would be fitting and appropriate. If the candidate committee does not file complaints with the Federal Communications Commission and the Federal Election Commission it would be derelict in its duty to protect itself (complaint also should be made to local law enforcement for the obviously coordinated criminal assaults on attendees, candidate staff and law enforcement officers). A referral under the RICO statute (for racketeering) to the local office of the United States Attorney by the municipal district attorney/state’s attorney may also be in order. BUT DO NOT HOLD YOUR BREATH IN ANTICIPATION OF APPROPRIATE, NON-PARTISAN LAW ENFORCEMENT SUCH AS I HAVE HEREIN PROPOSED.

 

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Stephen I. Mayo is an attorney, owner of Mayo Linoleum Works LLC, host of The Steve Mayo Show on WVOX radio 1460 AM, Mondays from 6 to 7 PM and legal counsel to the Westchester County Tea Party. He is not embarrassed to be known as a Republican.