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Sheriff Joe Arpaio reacted to violent anti-Trump demonstrations happening in California in the lead-up to the state's primary.

He said that protesters who destroy property, including police vehicles, should be locked up, calling them "gangbangers" looking for an excuse to be rowdy and commit crimes.

But the behavior that perhaps bothered Arpaio the most was the burning and trampling of the American flag, which the sheriff called "disgusting" and "sad."

"This is freedom of speech, but I don't think the public likes this, especially when you burn an American flag. Made me very sad when I saw that occurred."

He said that on June 14, which is Flag Day, he would send out a message about that particular topic.

He said that protesters are free to wave Mexican flags because of freedom of speech, but he's more concerned about the abuse of the American flag.

"That's disgusting, sad, and it's gone too far. But you know, what can you do if you have freedom of speech?"


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