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Liz Warren supporter arrested after assaulting pro-Trump event attendee

The political tone of 2020 is turning out to be a turbulent one.

Violence should have no place in our political fracas, no matter how testy things get.  Unfortunately, it seems as though ardent democrats don’t agree.

Chaos has erupted within the party, with fictional afflictions such as “Trump Derangement Syndrome” becoming more and more realistic by the minute.  Kathy Griffin’s prop beheading stunt was just the tip of the iceberg, with real life violence coming into view as a result of these bits of perceptive conditioning.

The latest outburst from the radical left comes to us from Liz Warren’s camp, and it has an awfully familiar ring to it.

Police in Tempe, Arizona, arrested a man at a campaign event for Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) on Thursday after a scuffle with members of a pro-Trump group protesting the 2020 candidate’s stump speech.

According to the Washington Post, the man was taken into police custody after refusing to leave the Marquee Theater at the request of the venue’s security. A member of the AZ Patriots told the Post that the man attempted to rip a cellphone from the hands of one of the group’s members who was filming the event. Some of the group’s members wore red pro-Trump “Make America Great Again” baseball caps and unfurled a pro-Trump banner while protesting “the socialism that [Warren’s] peddling,” members said.

The news comes on the heels of another such incident in which a man in New York City was left battered after an altercation with radical liberals, who beat and berated him over his “Make America Great Again” baseball cap.


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