Sikh man forced out of Trump rally for carrying ‘Stop Hate’ banner

Trump rallies have of late seen protesters calling out the GOP candidate for his controversial remarks against Muslims.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: January 25, 2016 8:10 am
A protester, right, is removed after interrupting Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump as he speaks at a rally at Muscatine High School in Muscatine, Iowa. AP Photo A protester, right, is removed after interrupting Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump as he speaks at a rally at Muscatine High School in Muscatine, Iowa. AP Photo

A Sikh man wearing a turban was escorted out of a Donald Trump rally in Muscatine High School, Iowa. This, after the man interrupted Trump’s speech by displaying a banner that read ‘Stop Hate’.

Trump, who is currently the GOP front-runner, then pointed to the crowd, referring to the protester and another person accompanying him saying:

“He wasn’t wearing one of those hats was he? And he never will, and that’s OK because we got to do something folks because it’s not working.”

Trump rallies have of late seen protesters calling out the GOP candidate for his controversial remarks against Muslims.

Security officials at Trump rallies now urge participants not to harm any protesters but to just shout ‘Trump! Trump! Trump!’ whenever they spot one. In this case, protesters were heard chanting “USA, USA, USA”, ABC News reports.

Trump has been facing protests for his controversial remarks on Muslims. Trump has been facing protests for his controversial remarks on Muslims. AP Photo