By: Davis on March 15, 2016 at 2:39pm

Billionaire businessman Donald Trumpís rally in Chicago that was canceled due to protesters has caused a large amount of political fallout, with Trumpís political opponents trying to use it to their advantage.

However, the canceled rally seems to have increased his support among Chicago police officers, because of how Trump handled the situation.

The situation was already chaotic, with protesters beating each other ó and police officers ó to a pulp and blocking ambulances that were trying to help the injured.

Trump canceled the rally due to security concerns, something that Chicago police appreciated

Radio host John Cardillo reportedly stated that before the rally, 70 percent of Chicago police officers supported Trump.

After the would-be rally, that number was up to 90 percent.

It should be pointed out that this number is not official polling and was simply based off of one manís interaction with members of the Chicago law enforcement community.

Trumpís GOP rivals Sen. Ted Cruz, Sen. Marco Rubio and Gov. John Kasich have all been criticized for their response to the protests. These three have stated that Trump was at least partially responsible for the violence that occurred.

In America, we have a right to protest against leaders that we donít like; however, we donít have the right to cause violence and injury simply because we donít like what someone is saying.

Everyone has a right to not like what Trump is saying, but as an American he still has the right to say it. Just because what he is saying isnít popular with some people doesnít mean they have a right to silence him.

It will take more than a few thugs to stop Trump. The American people are rising up and demanding real political change, and they arenít going to be silenced by the likes of the Black Lives Matter movement and their threats of violence.

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