Fear & Loathing Getting Scary On The Campaign Trail

(via) With November’s presidential election in the United States looming, this short documentary from Time gets into the arena to try to find out why this particular contest seems more violent than those that have come before.

This year the spectacles around Donald Trump rallies have seen blood spilled and faces bashed; signs ripped and flags burned. In November, the country will settle its differences at the ballot box. But until then, the fight could continue to be an ugly one.

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