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WATCH: Violent Attacks At Trump's St. Louis Rally

The violence continues, unabated.
WATCH: Violent Attacks At Trump's St. Louis Rally

Things are getting really nasty at Trump rallies, and this one in St. Louis was especially bad.

Note: This video is NSFW. In it, a man screams, "Fck you, Allah is a whore, Jesus is the most high God, and you guys are done!"

In another video, black protesters can be seen stepping on a flag while others are shouting at them to get off of it.

And then there's this picture of a black man, bloodied and handcuffed. (sorry for the orientation of the video, it's how they posted it.)

Meanwhile, inside the rally, Trump was even nastier and harsher about protests at "his" rallies.

“Part of the problem and part of the reason it takes so long [to kick them out] is nobody wants to hurt each other anymore,” Trump said during a speech at the Peabody Opera House — around 12 miles from Ferguson, Mo., the site of racially charged mass protests in 2014.

“There used to be consequences. There are none anymore,” Trump said. “These people are so bad for our country. You have no idea folks, you have no idea.”

For the better part of 10 minutes in the middle of Trump's speech, individuals shouted and interrupted.

“These people are so bad for our country, folks. You have no idea," Trump continued during a longer break in the action. "They contribute nothing. Nothing. And look at the police, they take their lives in their hands."

"We don't even win here, with protesters anymore" he complained. "The protesters end up taking over. And frankly, I mean, have to be honest: From my standpoint it makes it a little more exciting, and it gives me time to think about where I want to go next. It's beautiful. It's like intermission. And the guys that are near the event, they see some pretty good stuff."

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Remarking that he knew many people in the St. Louis area who were good, he also added, "But you have people that aren’t so great.”


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Gee, who could he be talking about there?

Here's some more video:

It's certainly a different set of images from what we saw in 2008 when Obama was drawing big crowds to his rallies, isn't it?

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