Open Letter to Donald Trump protesters: Stop your Terrorism.

Trump Protesters,, Paid organizers, Video Still
Trump Protesters,, Paid organizers, Video Still

This article goes out to the liberal protestors trying to silence the American people. Stop committing acts of terrorism. In terrorism is defined as:use of violence and threats to intimidate or coerce, especially for political purposes.

use of violence and threats to intimidate or coerce, especially for political purposes.

It is an American right to hear candidates speak on how they plan to make America great. It’s called freedom of speech and it is in our constitution. America is a democracy, not a communistic country. These terroristic protestors need to be held accountable.

To show what you protesters are doing, take a look at the similarities between you and the radical Islamic terrorists here in Israel. Both groups are being paid by outside sources for their political agenda. Both use violence and attacks, ie: Molotov cocktails, fights, and a willingness to hurt women and children.


These actions should not be tolerated and the terrorists should be treated as such to the full extent of the law. It’s one thing to have your own protest rallies, but it’s not ok, and it’s against the law, to violently protest rallies other than yours.

By your actions, it also shows me that you are afraid of Mr. Trump because he might get you to grow up. Mr. Donald Trump has every right to hold his rallies and we the people have the right to hear and support him. If you are into socialism, Communism, or simply silencing others move to Iran. Until then, show some respect.

David Weissman was born in Queens, NY and served 13 years in the U.S. Army as a chaplain assistant, including two deployments to Afghanistan. Upon being honorably discharged he made the Jewish right of return (Aliyah) and moved to the city of Ashkelon in Israel where he experienced the war with Hamas in the summer of 2014. David is now a freelance writer living in the city of Efrat in the Jerusalem district.