Missouri Republican Caucus Meltdown Caught On Tape

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YouTube user ‘ ‘ caught the republican caucus meltdown in St. Charles County caucus held in St. Peters, MO.  A crowd, of more than 1,000 people at Francis Howell North high school could not agree to a rule that no recording devices be allowed and would not agree on who should lead the caucus.

St. Peters Police cleared the caucus after the unrest started. There never was any voting for delegates for any candidate. St. Peters Police arrested two men for trespassing, after being warned repeatedly to leave the school. They were released on summonses.

There’s no word on whether the St. Peters caucus will be rescheduled

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