Sarah Palin Calls Donald Trump Protesters In Chicago "Punk A** Little Thuggery"

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U.S. Republican presidential candidate Trump thanks the crowd after receiving Palin's endorsement at a rally at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa

Sarah Palin made her rounds as Vice-President Republican candidate to Senator John McCain in 2008, and has been around and prominent ever since. Palin is now supporting Donald Trump for president.

Palin is all for Trump being president and supporting him, she even called what the Trump Chicago protesters did "punk ass little thuggery."

The way Palin described the protestors is completely uncalled for, and derogatory. What exactly made the protesters thug-ish? Standing up and against what they believe in? Or attacking once attacked in self-defense?

One protestor got suckered punch as he was escorted out of one of Trump's campaign stops. Essentially, there were many problems during the rally between protesters and the Trump supporters that Trump didn't even show up.

Palin is showing support for Trump by helping with organizing rallies. She just spoke at a Tampa, Fl. rally about Trump and what happened in Chicago. She called all the protesters thugs and demeaned their actions.

"We don't have time for all that petty, punk-ass little thuggery stuff that's been going on with these 'protesters,' who are doing nothing but wasting your time and trying to take away your First Amendment rights," Palin exclaimed. "And the media being on the thugs' side -- what the heck are you guys thinking, media?"

Despite all the incidents that has happened at the rallies recently, Trump continues to say he doesn't support violence, and that nobody has gotten hurt at any of his campaign stops, although he has told supporters that if they punched protesters that he would pay the legal fees.