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Thursday, July 14, 2016

African-American man describes his experience attending a Trump rally in Tucson, Arizona



Brandon Tatum went to a Trump rally in Tuscon, Arizona "to see for himself" what it was like and was "shocked." Published on You Tube, 3/20/16, by Ricky Vaughn. Originally published on Facebook on 3/19/16 by Brandon Tatum, an African American man who attended Trump rally in Tuscon, Arizona as a private citizen. Tatum is a police officer but went to the rally dressed in casual civilian clothing. It was nothing like he thought it would be, everyone was fine with the exception of "protesters." He was shocked at what he experienced. No negativity at all from Trump and his supporters, but horrible, aggressive behavior from protesters. Screaming and foul language in peoples' faces, a mother had to cover her child's ears. Tatum couldn't believe what he was seeing. All the hate was from "protesters." Protesters were in peoples' faces, even grabbed someone's leg who was trying to go up stairs. Tatum mentioned more than once that he feared for his safety having to walk through protesters, feared he might be sucker punched. His instincts are on the mark. Many Trump ralliers in San Jose on 6/2/16 were in fact sucker punched:

Video of San Jose violence:

June 6, 2016, "California Nightmarin'," You Tube, Trump for President. Sample of 7 sucker punches thrown in California at Trump supporters. The hits were from behind to the head and/or neck. (start at :52 on video). An 8th, simply chased, tackled, and thrown to the ground. 

"VIRAL VIDEO: Black cop tells the TRUTH about Trump rallies. Published on Mar 20, 2016"

"Tucson Police Officer tells the TRUTH about his experience at a Trump rally. https://www.facebook.com/Tatumbug34/v..."

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6/8/16, "Trump supporters were 'running for their lives' after San Jose rally, police report says," San Jose Mercury News, Mark Gomez

6/2/16, San Jose, Ca.



The plainclothes officers said they did not intervene for fear their own safety would be jeopardized as the estimated 400 protesters developed a "mob mentality."

The officers' observations were included in the arrest report of Antonio Moses Fernandez, 19, of San Jose, who is accused of throwing a metal barrier into a police skirmish line following the Trump rally June 2 outside the San Jose Convention Center. Fernandez made his first court appearance Tuesday and was charged with felony assault on a peace officer with a deadly weapon and misdemeanor resisting, delaying or obstructing an officer, according to court documents."...

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6/10/16, "Father of 14-year-old son hunted down by violent anti-Trump mob tells his side of horrific ordeal," Biz Pac Review, Michael Dorstewitz

"During last week’s melee following a San Jose Donald Trump rally, police appeared to be more of a hindrance than they were a help when Trump supporters were chased and pummeled by protesters.
 
The father of a 14-year-old boy who also attended the rally told Fox News host Sean Hannity that his son was beaten on the back of his head as he was running for his life.

“He had two big limps on his head at the end of the night,” the father, identified only as “Craig” told Hannity.

He added that after his son was attacked, he managed to make it to the police line, but the officers wouldn’t allow him to check on his son.

“I tried to check on his well-being, and they wouldn’t let me through,” he said. “I kept saying, ‘That’s my son! That’s my son!’ and the guy just said, “Get back! Get back!’”

Harmeet Dhillon, a lawyer who also attended the rally, confirmed Craig’s recollection of events.

There are 250 police officers lined up there. They stayed in formation and didn’t do a thing to help all the people who were being attacked, she told Hannity.

Dhillon represents Trump supporter Rachel Casey, who was cornered by a mob of protesters at the entrance to a Marriott hotel and pelted with eggs.

She was very frightened for her life,” Dhillon said. “She tried to get into the Marriott and they closed the doors from the inside.”

Both Craig and Dhillon related that police directed the Trump supporters to walk through the mob of protesters.

“We were directed through the mob,” Craig told Hannity. “It’s one thing to let people protest. It’s another thing to make the people go through the protest. Force them to. We weren’t allowed to go away from the protest.

Dhillon agreed. “I’ve heard anecdotally from people who have spoken to police officers,” she said.Right before we were directed into this mob this group of Trump supporters was thanking the police for being there. This is a generally pro-law enforcement crowd. It’s not a knock on police in general but in this specific instance it’s shocking to see 250 of them lined up and not lifting a finger to help hundreds of victims.”"...

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Some examples of 6/2/16 San Jose attacks many of which were sucker punches to the head. In the first example, a 14 year old boy was tackled to the ground. Below, 14 year old San Jose Trump supporter runs for his life to escape violent mob. The teen's father was interviewed on 6/9.

 

It didn't occur to Trump supporters not to obey San Jose police who ordered them to walk into a violent mob: "We were directed through the mob...We weren’t allowed to go away from the protest.Lawyer Harmeet Dhillon says this is a civil rights violation, that San Jose police participated in denying citizens a right to free assembly and free speech, at 4:15 on video. Dhillon also attended the rally.

6/10/16, "Father of 14-year-old son hunted down by violent anti-Trump mob tells his side of horrific ordeal," Biz Pac Review,

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Sucker punches directly to the head: Below, two examples of sucker punches thrown by violent attackers in San Jose 6/2/16, after peaceful Trump rally. Here, man walking alone is hit in the head from behind. 10 frames: 





































 
 
































 




























 















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Another San Jose sucker punch to the head: man in yellow shirt hit in neck and head from behind by man hurling an object. Man in yellow shirt seen with blood streaming down his face, 10 frames.














    

















    






















































































Above are screen shots from video of just two of many violent sucker punch assaults to the head and neck of peaceful Trump supporters merely walking after 6/2/16 Trump rally.

Source: June 6, 2016, "California Nightmarin'," You Tube, Trump for President. Sample of 7 sucker punches thrown in California at Trump supporters. The hits were from behind to the head and/or neck. (start at :52 on video). An 8th, simply chased, tackled, and thrown to the ground.  


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