The second video is priceless...
This is my favorite part... A guy wearing an American flag cape has another guy in a headlock; an usher is attempting to persuade the two gentlemen to stop (after separating, the guy previously in the headlock throws a punch and the other guy loses his cape). In context it is hilarious - if the guy wearing the flag-cape is pro-Donald Trump, and the other guy is anti-Donald Trump - it is a microcosm of the whole issue:
"Trump Will Restrain Immigration"
The other part I found amusing was, outside, a particular group of demonstrators were chanting:
"Back up, Back up
We want freedom, freedom
All these racist cops
We don't need-um, need-um"
Looking at the police at the scene, it is a multicultural representation of people. It is difficult to find logic in the words of the chant against "racist cops" considering the diverse group of races in the police forces represented at the demonstration and the diverse crowd of demonstrators. And apparently we do
"need-um" or they would not be there preventing a meltdown and a bunch of people self-destructing, which, if it happens, the police will have to clean up the mess (it does not matter what race you are, no one likes to clean up another's mess). And you have "freedom, freedom"... However, push it too far and you may be in "want" of it. So the only part of the chant that has any substance is "Back up, Back up"... That one I think you are safe with.
The results of being fueled by the Rahm / Barry / Alinsky cocktail appear to have turned Chicago into a powder keg of motivated social justice warriors. Quite an interesting snapshot of people programmed to organize.