The attack broke a bone in four places, but Trump supporters are the dangerous ones, right?
Jonathan Sparks was walking in downtown Tucson before the Midterms. He was wearing his MAGA hat, and holding a sign supporting the GOP.
That’s what political free expression is supposed to look like in a free country like America.
But what happened next doesn’t look at all like free expression.
“I felt a very strong grasp on my hat. It pulled me back and grabbed a lot of hair,” Sparks said. “The assailant jumped onto my ankle from behind and so I, not knowing my ankle was broken into four pieces, I turned around to grab and take the hat back.”
Sparks told the TV station that he and the assailant both fell to the ground.
“Then I heard the words Hitler, Nazi and Trump. He was shouting things like that,” Sparks said. “He came over the top of me and over and over again, he hit me.”
Bystanders ran over to pull the attacker off Sparks, holding the assailant to the ground until police arrived.
Source: The Hill
He spent 20 hours in the hospital and is recovering from surgery.
For all the claims that this or that oppressed minority group is threatened by Trump supporters, where is the evidence?
Even the reported Trump-inspired ‘attacks’, often turn out to be hoaxes.
For example, this stunt was designed to paint Trump and his supporters as racists… by an anti-Trump activist.
— Mediaite (@Mediaite) November 16, 2018
If you heard about this little stunt, did you hear that he was part of the #Resist movement?