Trump Supporters Chant 'Lock Her Up' On The Same Day That Hillary Clinton Had A Bomb Delivered To her

Aaron Homer

On the very same day that Hillary Clinton was the target of a pipe-bomb attack, hours later Donald Trump supporters chanted "Lock Her Up!" at a rally, Newsweek is reporting.

On Wednesday, pipe bombs were discovered at the homes and offices of Bill and Hillary Clinton, as well as billionaire Democrat donor George Soros. Suspicious packages were also sent to former President Barack Obama, Democratic Representative Maxine Waters of California, Democratic Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida, former Attorney General Eric Holder, CNN's New York offices, and Former CIA Director John Brennan. Fortunately, nobody was harmed in any of the incidents.

All of those people, and media outlet CNN, have been frequent targets of Donald Trump's criticism.

Hours later, as the Secret Service and FBI investigated the pipe bombs, Donald Trump held a rally in Mosinee, Wisconsin. The crowd, while waiting for Trump into arrive, burst into the familiar chant. The chant has been a part of Trump's rallies going all the way back to his 2016 campaign, and continues to be popular today.

Trump, for his part, continued to denounce the media's reporting on him, even as FBI agents were combing the offices of CNN's New York studio for evidence.

"The media also has a responsibility to set a civil tone and to stop the endless hostility and constant negative and oftentimes false attacks and stories. Have to do it."

"This is Trump's Republican Party, folks. Hours after the attempted assassination of Hillary Clinton, we're back to this."

As for Wednesday's mass pipe-bomb campaign, as of this writing authorities have no leads and no suspects.