Bullies, verbal abuse
To the Editor: Thursday night, around 9:30 p.m., after the Trump rally in Manchester, I was dropping off a friend at a parking garage near Vine Street, where she had left her car.
As she was getting out of my car, we heard loud women’s voices yelling obscenities.
I know we were their target because I happen to have a couple of Trump stickers on the back of my car, and we were the only ones there.
The women, three of them, though they also had a small child with them, were not at all shy about throwing the F bomb around and hurling insults at President Trump and his supporters.
My friend and I parked outside the parking garage and walked inside to insure our other friend would get safely to her car.
The women continued to badmouth the President as they walked away holding the child.
I did not respond to the insults, but walked away very sad, thinking about the young child being exposed to filthy language and bad behavior at such a tender age.
I also wonder how these women can justify yelling obscenities at a total stranger simply because I happen to exercise my First Amendment right to free speech by showing my support for the candidate of my choice.