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Tim Kaine’s Snowflake Son Arrested Trying to Disrupt Trump Rally.

By Patrick Washington / Published on Thursday, 09 Mar 2017 04:58 AM / No Comments

The son of Virginia Senator and former Democratic Vice-Presidential Nominee Tim Kaine was arrested on Saturday for attempting to disrupt a pro-Trump rally in Minnesota. Linwood Kaine, 24, was taken into custody over suspicions that he and others were trying to incite a riot against supporters of Donald Trump while they were holding a “March4Trump” event.

“March4Trump” events were organized all over the country by backers of the president to counter the barrage of criticism in the media and the anti-Trump marches held since the real estate mogul was elected president back in November. Some of the cities that held “March4Trump” events were Virginia Beach, Sterling Heights, and even in Berkeley.

However, there were quite a few protesters that also showed up to disrupt these events. One of these protesters were none ever than one of the biggest snowflakes of all, Mr. Linwood Kaine, who showed up to cause trouble at the “March4Trump” event in Minneapolis, Minnesota. That “March4Trump” was held at the Minnesota State Capitol in which Linwood and several others showed up dressed up in all black garb, sneaked into the Capitol and set off smoke bombs and fireworks. Basically, they could not permit people with different opinions than theirs have a peaceful march without causing some type of disturbance.

They brought in pepper spray and tasers, and went after anyone with a Trump sign. – (Sandra Trater who was at the Minneapolis March4Trump event)

Linwood most likely was upset that his father was on the ticket that lost miserably in the 2016 election and he was still holding resentment over it like a significant number of the Leftists that cannot accept the fact that the American people rejected Hillary Clinton. However, it got to be a little bit more personal for the son of the losing veep candidate.

The event in Minneapolis actually drew four-hundred Trump supporters while it also drew some Anti-Trump protesters including Linwood. That was a fairly decent crowd but unfortunately, the protesters were seeking to disrupt the event. In the United States, we all have the right to demonstrate and protest and no one can or should not fault any side for doing so. However when it gets to being deliberately disruptive and causing chaos, then it is time for the proper authorities to come and get a handle on the situation.

As the event was going on, fifty of the anti-Trump protesters begin to start a big fight in the rotunda area of the Capitol and the police had to break it up. However, the police had to come in to arrest a few of the anti-Trump protesters including Linwood.

Linwood was arrested trying to flee from the police. He was booked in the Ramsey County Jail and released after Ramsey County decided not to file charges against him and his cohorts for felony charges concerning inciting a riot. Most likely, he got out of the charges because his father was a sitting senator. Imagine if he was an ordinary citizen and not the son of Tim Kaine. He would probably still be sitting in the jail right now.

Linwood Kaine is the second of three children by Senator Kaine and wife, Anne Holton. The senator is originally from Minnesota but relocated to Virginia where he served as mayor of Richmond, one term each in as the state’s lieutenant governor and governor, and then went on to be elected to the US Senate in 2012.

The younger Kaine, who is named after his maternal grandfather, Linwood Holton (who was also a governor of Virginia) is a graduate of Carleton College and has lived in the Minneapolis area for a couple of years.

The Kaines released a statement concerning their son’s arrest.

We love that our three children have their own views and concerns about current political issues. They fully understand the responsibility to express those concerns peacefully. – (Senator Tim Kaine and Anne Holton)

 

 

 

 

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Patrick Washington

Patrick N. Washington is a resident and native of Central Virginia. He has been engaged in political activism since he was a teenager. Patrick is the former vice-chair of the Petersburg Republican Committee. He presently serves as secretary of the Hopewell Republican Committee and as vice-chair of the Hopewell Electoral Board. He is also an ordained minister and has presided over the Enlightenment Synagogue since 2012.