Republican National Convention — Day Three
Pro-Trump protesters may have gotten more attention than anti-Trump ones. This church group, for instance, which calls itself "Bible Believers," congregated on Cleveland's Public Square and at the entrance to the Quicken Loans Arena.
They showed up to protest a flag burning which the Communist Party scheduled, but didn't happen until at least a half-hour after these angry Christians arrived.
16-year-old Ranan Steiger yelled at them, openly declaring that their parents are "burning in mother f***ing hell."
Also in the public square was this "Stolen Lives Quilt," which listed the names and ages of people who were killed, allegedly by illegal immigrants. The image was harrowing, and really drove home Donald Trump's main points.
Full picture of stolen lives quilt, from Ohio, Texas, California, Washington State, Oregon, and one other state pic.twitter.com/KdpmVv8o6K— Tyler O'Neil (@Tyler2ONeil) July 20, 2016