Attacks on MAGA hat wearers have become more and more common to report on. Each time the assaults becoming more intense or unprovoked than the last. This recent attack may not be the brutal tale we are used to hearing about but it’s certainly the most disgusting.
Liz Lander, a writer with Vice, called the attack ‘Minnesota nasty’ as opposed to the State’s slogan ‘Minnesota nice’. Her reaction to what happened is understandable concidering the man who was attacked was just answering a reporter’s simple question.
Dave Carlson, a salesman in Minnesota, was sharing why he donates to President Trump’s campaign when a protestor openly spat in his face and kept walking by.
One gentleman apologized for what had happened to Carlson and another tried to vaguely explain the reason behind the disgusting act. Meanwhile, Carlson kept his cool never once becoming visibly annoyed.
“That’s f—–g disrespectful,” the unidentified man said. “But on the other hand, that s–t is disrespectful as f–k too,” he added, pointing at Carlson’s “Make America Great Again” hat.
Both Landers and VIce News Director Michael Learmonth seemed appalled by the event.
Protesters converged on Target Center, Minneapolis’ basketball arena, hours before Trump’s appearance, eventually packing the streets surrounding it. Many blew brightly colored whistles handed out by fellow protesters, adding to the din of frequent chants like, “Lock him up! Lock him up! Lock him up!” — referring to Trump himself. Some clutched helium-filled balloons depicting Trump as a baby, similar to the famed Baby Trump balloon that flew above a nearby building.
Townhall says we should expect more unhinged liberals assaulting and attacking those with whom they disagree because that’s the Left in 2020. We all remember what happened when Trump tried to hold a rally in Chicago. We should expect more unhinged liberals assaulting and attacking those with whom they disagree because that’s the Left in 2020. You will fall in line. And people look at me sideways when I tell them I’m a Republican. This right here is why. We don’t spit on people. We win elections.