Blocking the street in front of Cleveland’s major police union, demonstrators who weren’t on board with a big decision from Cleveland’s Police Patrolmen’s Association, protested.
In an unprecedented move to support a US Presidential candidate, the CPPA voted to endorse Donald Trump.
The results came down early Saturday morning with 216 members voting for Trump and just 68 in favor of Hillary Clinton.
“I don’t want to hear this nonsense anymore that we’re racist… racist… sexist… it’s gonna blow up the community… it’s not gonna blow up the community,” CPPA President Steve Loomis said at a press conference Tuesday.
Loomis pushed to have a union vote endorsing a president, and supports the GOP candidate himslef.
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Protestors March Against CPD Union Trump Endorsement was originally published on praisecleveland.com