Trump supporters attacked, harassed by mob in D.C.

Counter-protesters hold shields as they stand next to a small fire during a protest following the “Million MAGA March” from Freedom Plaza to the Supreme Court, on November 14, 2020 in Washington, DC. Supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump gathered to protest voter fraud. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

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UPDATED 6:45 PM PT – Sunday, November 15, 2020

As Trump supporters turned out in Washington D.C. to rally for the President, radical left rioters turned what was a peaceful protest into a violent clash.

Several videos captured just one of the attacks on a Trump supporter Saturday. The footage showed an unnamed man surrounded by alleged Antifa members before he was sucker-punched from behind, while he tried to fend off attacks from several people.

Two counter-protesters were also seen stomping on his neck and head as he lay on the ground before snatching his phone. Other videos also captured the harassment and threats the man faced as he tried to walk away.

President Trump took to Twitter to denounce the violence on the streets of D.C. and commented specifically on this attack. He said those responsible were arrested.

This followed a series of tweets by the President that slammed Antifa as well as the capitol’s mayor.


Additionally, the radical left mobs did not stop at those who tried to fight back but also went after those who were trying to peacefully leave once violence broke out.


Another demonstrator was stabbed in the back, which left him hospitalized, while alleged Antifa members burned American flags in the streets.

Meanwhile, President Trump took aim at the mainstream media for not covering the violent attacks on his supporters. He said the silent media is the enemy of the people.

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