Man In Turban Thrown Out Of Trump Rally For ‘STOP HATE’ Banner (VIDEO)

Not only does Donald Trump wish to ban Muslims from American soil if he can’t get them to register and wear designation badges – even Muslim Americans – he’s willing to throw anyone he deems remotely “Muslim” from his campaign rallies, and Allah help them if they are attempting to protest, as one man did Sunday, while Trump launched into another diatribe on “radical Islam terror.”

As it turns out, the accosted protester was part of a group that stood in dissent at the Muscatine, Iowa, rally. Just as Trump started in on 9/11, a man wearing a turban, along with other demonstrators, held up a banner reading, “STOP HATE” – a common but necessary plea for sanity at Trump rallies.

“We have radical Islamic terror going on all over the place, all over the world, and we have a president that won’t say it,” Trump began. “When planes fly into the World Trade Center, and into the Pentagon, and wherever the third plane was going. When people are shooting their friends in California, when they’re shooting their friends — ”

But the Republican frontrunner was interrupted by the audience, increasing in their enthusiasm as they chanted, “TRUMP! TRUMP! TRUMP!” in order to smother the protesters’ dissent through sheer volume, despite the protest being visual and silent in nature.

Trump just shook his head, waved and said, “Bye. Bye. Goodbye.”

Once the activists were removed and the Trump corral quieted down from their “U.S.A.! U.S.A.!” chants, the Donald stated, “He wasn’t wearing one of those hats, was he? Was he wearing one of those?”

Trump seems to enjoy throwing protesters out of his rallies so much, one has to wonder if he pays them to show up so he can demonstrate his “power” by throwing them out.

Trump then went on to say, “And that’s okay, but you know we’ve got to do something, folks, cause it’s not working.”

Though it is not entirely clear whether Trump’s reference to “one of those hats” referred to one of his own “MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN” hats, or the man’s turban, also red (though it certainly appears he was referring to one of his own), what is clear is that Trump’s campaign has yet to comment on the matter to clarify.

Wouldn’t it be hilarious to flood the nation with red “MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN” turbans?

Featured image via YouTube video screen capture.