One thing that can be said about Trump supporters is that they do seem to have each other’s backs. And, apparently, they will stomp you down if you hurt innocent women.
Saturday, things went awry in Huntington Beach, California at a pro-Trump “Make America Great Again” rally. A group of protesters in masks showed up.
One masked anti-Trump protester punched and pepper-sprayed Jennifer Sterling, the event organizer.
Violence immediately broke out. The Trump supporters were furious! They came together and gave the masked protesters the beat down of a lifetime. It turned into a major brawl. Several people were arrested.
Another woman was also pepper-sprayed, the wife of Travis Guenther. The husband was so pissed, he chased his wife’s masked offender down. He then proceeded to beat him with a flag which had these words on it:
“Trump, Make America Great Again.”
“I hit him five times with the flag over his head,” Guenther told the Los Angeles Times. “We’re not xenophobic. We’re not racist. We’re just proud Americans.”
A group of Trump supporters tackled a masked thug who had pepper-sprayed a woman and detained him until he was arrested by police.
Steele Vaz, 17, was disgusted when he saw masked men pepper-spray and punch event organizer Jennifer Sterling.
“They sprayed her. They were punching her,” Vaz told the Los Angeles Times. “I was here to support [Trump] but I didn’t know it was going to be violent.”
The Huntington Beach rally was one of 40 pro-Trump events scheduled around the country Saturday. Not all of them ended in violence, but many were disrupted by masked protesters, who bullied and assaulted Trump supporters.
Whenever anti-Trumpers hold rallies, Trump supporters do what most rational people do: They stay home to avoid an event they don’t support.
In contrast, leach-like anti-Trumpers can’t seem to leave Trump supporters alone, and almost always crash their events.
Elsa Aldeguer, a Latina Trump supporter, asked her 9-year-old son to speak to the crowd. “The media only says bad things about Trump,” the boy said.
Trump supporters say protesters will not bully them into skipping pro-Trump rallies. “That is even more reason to go,” one woman said.