March 2017 courtesy photo of Linwood Kaine. Police arrested Jonathan Adams, 25, of Minneapolis; Linwood Kaine, 24, of Minneapolis; Glenn Kimball, 22, of Minneapolis; Isabell Kimball, 26, of Minneapolis and Haley Ryan, 23, of Webster, Minn., on suspicion of riot on Saturday, March 4, 2017. Police said they were part of an anti-Trump group who disrupted a pro-President Trump rally at the state Capitol in St. Paul. Photo courtesy of the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office.
Linwood Kaine, youngest son of vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine, has reportedly been arrested for punching a Trump supporter in the face at a pro-Trump rally in Minnesota.
The “March 4 Trump” rally was one of the many that have been happening all across America during the week.However they have not all gone smoothly with violent protestors turning up and causing mayhem.
The specific rally that Tim Kaine’s son was arrested at was in St. Paul.The left wing mobs got so violent that the police had to arrest several counter-protesters to keep the peace
Evidently Tim Kaine’s son was one of those violent left wing goons.
The youngest son of U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, Hillary Clinton’s 2016 running mate, was one of six people arrested Saturday after counter-protesters disrupted a rally in support of President Donald Trump at the Minnesota State Capitol.
Linwood Michael Kaine, 24, and four others were arrested on suspicion of second-degree riot after the “March 4 Trump” rally in St. Paul; a sixth person was cited for disorderly conduct. Counter-protesters clashed with Trump supporters in the Capitol rotunda after they disrupted the proceedings with air horns, whistles and chants. At one point, someone set off a smoke bomb.
Linwood Kaine, a Minneapolis resident who attended Carleton College and goes by Woody, was released from the Ramsey County jail on Tuesday morning pending further investigation, law enforcement officials said.
No charges were filed against him or the four other people who were arrested by St. Paul police.
St. Paul City Attorney Samuel Clark is reviewing the case for possible misdemeanor charges.
Senator Tim Kaine (D-Va.) released a supportive of his son’s actions: