- Issac Bailey: Black students ejected from Trump rally; it fits pattern of selective bigotry Trump shows in campaign
- He says Trump supporters ignore behavior of their frightened-bully candidate as he repeatedly kicks minorities to curb
Issac Bailey has been a journalist in South Carolina for two decades and was most recently the primary columnist for The Sun News in Myrtle Beach. He was a 2014 Harvard University Nieman fellow. Twitter: @ijbailey The views expressed are his own.
(CNN)Law enforcement removed a couple of dozen black students from a Donald Trump rally at Valdosta State University in Georgia on Monday. And while we don't know who ordered it or why they did it, it is becoming increasingly clear that the GOP front-runner's use of sometimes veiled, sometimes overt selective bigotry is the reason the incident has become more than just the latest "protesters get kicked out of campaign event" story.