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State official tries to block Trump from speaking in California

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Anti-Trump Protests Turn Violent Outside Trump Rally in California

Charles Payne: We pick and choose our battles. But apparently the tolerant left always appears to be so intolerant at some point. And Glen Shapiro, they wanted to talk to college kids and they blocked him. California is a hot bed for this anti-constitutional and anti-rights. But they want you to tolerate everything on their agenda. The hypocrisy amazing. It really is amazing.

Gerri Willis: Exactly right. They were angry about divisive rhetoric. That is what they define as their issue. That would mean the president couldn't speak there because he is decisive.

Charlie Gasparino: I think they essentially incited this riot. I've been critical of Donald and his demeanor. I'll still be critical of that. But when you get public officials out there saying we don't want trump in our backyard that is a clarion call to these lunatics you see on the stage to show up and start a riot. And I believe these California officials should be held responsible and maybe there should be some charge. Maybe they should be charged with something. You can't just yell fire in a crowded movie theater.

Jessica Tarlov: And I think everyone on the right and left should come out and say that. Freedom of speech is incredibly important protected right here. And Donald Trump has the right to speak as well. He also could end up being our president. So people are going to have to get used to the fact that he's going to have to speak and the protests have been problematic. I would also say Donald Trump has paid a role in this saying things like "I'll pay legal fees." He's kind of the king maker of the divisive language right now.

Scott Martin: They are trying to coax voters. They are taking away the right for Trump and his rallyers to come and say they are message or peace yet allowing the protesters to go and do what they don't want trump to do which is actually speak out. I think Charlie is right. I think this actually incites the riots and legacies them to cause more trouble.

Jane Sanders: Superdelegates Are Insurance Policy for the Establishment

Charles Payne: Mostly because of the Donald Trump. But the delegates are actually voted for and system they neat to articulate but the superdelegates who are directly handpicked by the establishment itself, it is so crazy. It boggles the mind. The one mistake she made. And the one mistake I guess a lot of Americans are finding out is it is not a democracy. That is what we're finding out the hard way. It is not one person, one vote.

Jessica Tarlov: To her point in the superdelegates in the last 40 years there is only one time where people didn't go with the superdelegate asks that was in '09 when Hillary Clinton lost to Obama. When Bernie Sanders campaign makes this argument about this particular race I think it is really unfair. She's winning by 3.1 million votes right now.

Gerri Willis: It does make the task more difficult. Really the guy's been in office for 45 years. He's been on the hill for 26 years. Why didn't he know the rules? There are rules to the game. Its spilt milk.

Scott Martin: If it doesn't work for you I guess you don't like it. The superdelegates are created to prevent a candidate like Bernie Sanders so they are actually working the way they are supposed to be working.

Charlie Gasparino: I'm going let you in on a secret. This is not a pure democracy. This is a representative democracy. These are parties. These parties have rules. All these guys know it. If the Republican Party who aren't a bunch of hedge fund guys. If they don't like Donald Trump and the stuff that he pulls, they have every right to rebel against the plurality, not the majority of people.

19,723 Illegal Immigrants Who Committed Crimes in US Released By ICE in 2015

Gerri Willis: Oh, my gosh, 86,000 of these criminals put out on the streets over the last three years. That's the total number. What he said, homicide, kidnappings, sex offenses. It's appalling. Part of the problem, though, is the countries will not accept the people if you try to send them back. They don't want them.

Scott Martin: You release them and over 60 percent are likely to commit another crime subsequent to what they did already. You lose track of them. If you're an illegal immigrant and commit a crime in the United States, you are treated with more leniency than a criminal who is a legal American. Come on, come all, nobody's going to deport you or find you.

Charlie Gasparino: I don't think this is a PR stunt by the tech companies. I've been on the security side. I've got a little heat from that out here. I'm with the government. But I think Microsoft, which come plies with the law in all these cases is saying this shouldn't be open ended. We'd like you to clarify this so you you tell us when it's over. I think it's a lot narrower.

Jessica Tarlov: That's not true. President Obama deported more illegals than any other president 23 percent more than George Bush. I thought it was the other way to Mexico. Just one second, Scott, and I totally take your point. What i would say here is that we need to figure out exactly why it is that ICS is letting the people go. As a result of Obama's executive orders, we have to address it.

Charles Payne: That's what they say, 19,700, ironically, only 3,000 convicted of breaking immigration laws. I thought instantaneously they were all guilty of that.

Charlie Gasparino: Put the illegals, put them in Gitmo, get them out of the country.

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