Either way, the election is already a hot mess in the making and now bigger and better cities are working to prepare for the next wave of violence.
Earlier in the year riots basically helped destroy this town's oldest, iconic entertainment district . . . This time around it's personal for our fellow Americans and keyboard warriors who take politics and cable news pundits far too seriously.
Corporate America, city governments and federal and local law enforcement across the country are making plans to deal with political instability, civil unrest and violence around the upcoming presidential election.