Woman mocks, flips off Trump supporters while driving – then crashes car right in front of them

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Recently, a woman who was driving by a group of President Trump supporters took immediate offense at seeing them.  In her attempts to let them know her disdain, she made several angry gestures at them, then crashed her car.

Many people in the world believe in karma.  In short, it basically means that you get what you give in life.  If you do good things, good things will happen to you.  If you do bad things . . . well . . . you get the picture.

A group of President Donald Trump supporters were lined up on a street corner in an unspecified city for a rally.  They were being friendly, nice, waiving at people who drove by.  However, their mere presence and support of the president apparently angered a woman so intensely that she could not see straight.

The unhinged woman, who was not identified, began flipping the bird to the Trump supporters on the corner.  She then started screaming at them, you know, in the classy way Biden supporters do, while waving at them with two birds now instead of one.

The Trump crowd did not seem to be too disturbed by this woman’s signs of affection.  They seemed to laugh and cheer the woman, which probably made her angrier. 

When that was simply not enough for her, she decided to take it a step further.  She decided it would be a wonderful idea to place her body, from the waist up, outside of her window to show her disdain.

With half of her body out of her car window and both birds proudly flying, she realized her error, when it was too late.  Her car was still in drive, and now her foot was off of the brake . . . oopsy.

The woman’s car moved forward and struck the vehicle in front of her.  The President Trump supporters loved the show and the dedication of this woman and offered her cheers and laughs for her efforts.

The woman then angrily starts to gesture at the vehicle she just hit, as if it was that driver’s fault for not moving, while stopped at a red light.  In an even funnier turn of events, the crash happened right in front of police.

Although this story is comical, to say the least, there are far too many other instances where mere hatred for the president pushes people too far.  For instance, in February of this year, a man was arrested in New Hampshire for attacking a 15-year old boy.

The reason?  The teenager dared to wear a Make America Great Again hat.  Fox News reported that the man, Patrick Bradley, allegedly took offense to the teenager wearing the hat outside a voting location in a high school. 

In another incident, after a Trump rally in Minneapolis in October 2019, a woman was walking and holding hands with a man who was wearing a Make America Great Again hoodie.  A woman who clearly does not like the president decided that it was OK to punch the woman in the face.

According to journalist Andy Ngo:

“After the [President Trump] rally in Minneapolis, his supporters were attacked by left-wing extremists.  An unprovoked assault on a woman was caught on camera by [Alpha News MN].”

 In another incident, also in Minnesota before the rally of President Trump, a man was walking around while another person, clearly upset with President Trump, spit in the man’s face and kept walking.  According to Vice News reporter Elizabeth Landers:

“Dave Carlson, a salesman in Minnesota, was sharing why he donates to President Trump’s campaign when a protester openly spat in his face and kept walking by.”

Landers appeared shocked by the filthy display of hostility and commented that Carlson took the abuse better than she would have.

His reaction seems to be the overriding sentiment among conservatives and Republicans: I won’t stoop to the left’s gutter behavior.

Read on for another instance of a Trump supporter being introduced to the left’s policies via anger and violence.

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WILMINGTON, DE – A 7-year-old boy who set out to support President Trump during last month’s DNC convention in Delaware is now on the receiving end of nationwide support himself. 

He became the victim of what a county court now labels a hate crime, just as the boy was getting his start in peaceful political activism. 

Two Delaware women are accused of attacking him and stealing his MAGA hat. 

Now, the women are both facing charges tied to that attack. 

According to the Delaware News Journal, a grand jury indicted Olivia Winslow and Camryn Amy of second-degree robbery, second-degree conspiracy, endangering the welfare of a child, third-degree assault, attempted third-degree assault, offensive touching and felony hate crimes. 

Of the seven charges, three are felonies. The hate crime charges carry the most severe punishment. If convicted on all counts, each woman could face up to 15 years in prison. 

Both women are 21 years old. 

Video from August 20 appears to show the pair shouting at the boy, stealing his hat and then tossing it over a fence outside the Democratic National Convention in Wilmington. 

In the three weeks since it was first posted, the recording has gone viral with nearly 5.5 million views on Twitter. 

The video starts by showing two women kicking what appear to be handmade political signs. 

A woman off camera asks “are you destroying my property?” and another woman responds “yes, we are.”  

The confrontation escalates from there. 

The video shows a young boy run into the frame and say “That’s somebody else’s hat.” The boy starts crying and the two women who took his hat respond with profanity. 

The more than two-minute-long clip has gotten thousands of comments in response on Twitter. 

Twitter user Mozella Stokes wrote: 

“That was wrong, no child should be subjected to that. No matter what their hat says, no matter what their T shirt says, no matter what color their skin is, no matter where they live. It is wrong to do this to children, to anyone.” 

Another, Autumn Turland, posted: 

“I personally hope they get a really big lesson by the law that this is unacceptable. Your opinion is not a reason to assault anyone.” 

Other media reports following the incident have said he was wearing the pro-Trump gear while waiting outside the convention with his mom to eat dinner. 

The Delaware News Journal reports that the boy’s mother says she was “punched in the face” repeatedly during the attack. 

The newspaper quoted Delaware’s Democratic Attorney General Kathleen Jennings. She said: 

“Violence in any form is unacceptable, but harming another person — let alone a child — because of the expression of their views betrays the principles on which our country was founded. Free speech, free assembly, and free expression are sacred, no matter whether we agree with the opinions expressed, and especially when we don’t.” 

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