The appearance of the American conservative political commentator Tomi Lahren, in Glenside caused a planned protest and graffiti by an anti Trump organization.
Twenty Five year old Trump enthusiastic, Tomi Lahren, kicking off her “Family Freedom and Final Thoughts ” tour last evening, May 17, at Glenside’s Keswick Theatre, was faced with a protest by a local Refuse Fascism Philly group, an anti Trump organization.
On one side of Keswick Avenue were the protesters calling Tomi Lahren a “White power Barbie” and “Nazi lover” holding banners with “Trump and Pence Must Go” on them. On the other side of the road were the Tomi Lahren ticket holders, wearing their Trump and “Get Triggered” gear, yelling back “Trump 2020” and “Get a Job”. No doubt there was a clear divide amongst the two groups.
Despite the protest being planned months in advance and therefore allowing the Abington Police Department to be well prepared with barricades, the authorities responded earlier in the day to a vandalism call at the theatre. When they arrived there was white graffiti on the building saying “Nazis Die”. The graffiti has since been removed.
Below is a clip of the last evening’s protest.