You can't go five feet in downtown Cleveland today without overhearing arguments about "Adolf Trump" and "Killary Clinton."
A dozen religious activists in fatigues continue to appear in public spaces to hurl anti-LGBT slurs at anyone in shouting distance, and controversial Sheriff Joe Arpaio strolled down a media gallery outside the Quicken Loans Arena Tuesday morning, earning himself a healthy amount of jeers.
On Tuesday afternoon, conservative radio host Alex Jones was leading a "Hillary For Prison" chant in Public Square when pushing and shoving broke out. A witness said someone threw a punch at Jones, who was escorted away by police. Police quickly broke up the skirmish, and a spokesperson for the department said no arrests were made.