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Dear CNN: AltLeft Rioter Sucker Punches Black Man at Phoenix Rally – Is That ‘RACISM?’

Isn’t that the $64,000 question? Will the Media (D) denounce ‘many sides’ for their role in fomenting racial divisions? They haven’t so far, why start now?

You know the Media (D) is going to ignore this. It doesn’t fit the ‘All Trump Supporters Are Violent Racists’ narrative that they’re so carefully cultivating.

Although, the black man that was hit was a supporter of President trump and that means he’s not really black according to these alt-left nutjobs.

Watch what happens on the streets of Phoenix after the successful rally that President Trump held.

One guy, the driver of a pickup truck, is involved in a confrontation with some anti-Trump protesters and it’s getting pretty heated.

His friend, a black guy, pulls him away and says, ‘It’s not worth it’. You can clearly hear people in the crowd shouting slurs and saying ‘Punch a Nazi’.

The black bro leads his friend back to the driver’s seat, gets into the bed of the truck and as the truck pulls away, one guy holding a sign punches him in the back of the head.

Watch:

In this video of the same incident, you can clearly see the sign that the alt-leftist was holding.

It’s what makes this story all the more bizarre.

The thug that punched the guy in the head was holding a sign that read, ‘I love my Muslim neighbor‘.

Seriously, with racial tensions so high, this alt-left thug decides that now is the right time for a white dude to punch a black bro in the head?

I’d nominate this ‘I Love My Muslim Neighbor, But I’ll Punch You In The Head’ thug to get the same treatment as ‘Kick The Tear Gas Back At The Cops’ dude.

What do you think?

Are you with me?

Let us know in the comments.

H/T: Washington Free Beacon

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