What It's Really Like Inside a Donald Trump Rally
One young man's account of his time at a Donald Trump rally has taken the internet by storm.
Jordan Ray Correll shared his experience of the rally, he attended with friend Seth Quackenboss, on his Facebook page, saying they thought it would be a "time of jokes and hilarity".
However it was far from fun, with Correll describing the event as "unsettling".
Correll writes he found himself extremely upset by his surroundings (see full post at bottom of this page).
According to Correll the presidential hopeful avoids addressing issues face on and solely focuses on firing up supporters during his political speech.
"He mentioned ISIS several times... But not exactly how to stop ISIS. Just comments like, 'We're gonna get ISIS,' and `ISIS is going down,'" he wrote.
The Republican candidate individually attacked and removed both aggravated and peaceful protesters from the rally, according to Correll.
"One man had a shirt that said `Love is the answer,' and he was thrown out." .
"Trump's comment on this man was, `And love is very important but I mean, who's making love to that guy?'"
A few minutes later Trump allegedly verbally attacked another protester in what Correll described as stomach turning and horrifying.
"And the crowd laughed and cheered. It was horrifying," Correll wrote.
He said it was Trump's influence on the public's actions that was most distressing.
"I have never seen more hateful people in my life. Everyone was just filled with so much hatred."
"A lady, sitting not 5 feet from me, said, `Well hopefully when you're president, you'll get rid of em all!' Get rid of them? Get rid of anyone who opposes Trump?"
Correll finished the post by saying the entire experience and Trump's love for drama and chaos left him "truly nauseous" and begged the republican's supporters to reconsider their political alliance.
"Trust me, this is not something you want to see in person."
"This is not what you want to happen to our country."
Correll's post has had over 247,000 shares and he has gained more than 4,000 friends on Facebook since posting his Trump rally experience last Thursday.
See the full Facebook post from Correll below: