Anti-Trump rioters attacked journalists and police horses in Albuquerque during chaotic scenes last night, once again undermining the media narrative that Donald Trump is to blame for violence at his events.

Infowars reporter Jakari Jackson was hit by a rock thrown by one of the demonstrators outside the event as police used tear gas to clear the mob.

When Jackson attempted to confront the agitator, he ran away.

The tear gas was necessary because officers were also being pelted with rocks and bottles as they tried to protect people inside the Trump rally.

“You’ve had several protesters throw both rocks and bottles at police. At this time, police have basically shown a lot of restraint, given the situation that is happening,” commented CNN’s Dan Simon.

The network also broadcast footage of protesters jumping on police cars.

Not content at attacking police and journalists, anti-Trumpers then began throwing objects at horses.

Other demonstrators set fire to flags and hurled the remains at the police.

After reports that gunshots were fired, police clarified that the Convention Center windows were damaged by a pellet gun.

As per usual, the anti-Trumpers blamed the violence on Trump himself.

As soon as the tear gas came out, the protesters who were causing all the trouble immediately left.

Donald Trump later told the agitators to “go home to mommy,” joking that some of the “kids” that came out to protest against him are “still wearing diapers.”

“This was not a protest, this was a riot. These are hate groups,” commented Albuquerque attorney Doug Antoon, who witnessed stones smashing windows as he was leaving.


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