Unhinged anti-Trumpers attacked the president’s supporters in several separate incidents in Florida and Wisconsin this past week, as the Democrats’ impeachment efforts against the president reached a fever pitch.
Since the 2016 election, Democrats have demonized Donald Trump, accusing him of being everything from being a Russian stooge to a white supremacist Nazi. The president’s supporters meanwhile have been caught up in the anti-Trump furor stoked by the left throughout the sham Mueller investigation and now the patently absurd impeachment inquisition.
For years now, the mass media’s overwhelming hostility towards Trump has been influencing American culture and breeding aberrant behavior.
The problem seems to be getting worse.
In Naples Florida, a 14-year-old girl is facing battery misdemeanor charges after assaulting a man wearing a Trump mask outside of a haunted house.
The man was waiting in line outside of the “Haunted Gross House” with his wife and stepdaughter at the Collier County Fairgrounds on Saturday, Oct. 26, when the teenager approached him and punched him in the jaw. She then returned to her friends and they reportedly all had a big laugh.
One of her friends allegedly filmed the assault and posted the video on Instagram.
Perplexed, the man went up to the girl and asked her why she hit him. The girl reportedly said that she just wanted to hit Trump.
The victim then flagged down a fair worker to report the assault and was advised to call the Collier County Sheriff’s Office.
Deputies questioned the girl, who was subsequently removed from the compound.
Investigators said her “sole motivation was to strike Trump.”
In another anti-Trump incident, a man was arrested for allegedly spitting on a senior citizen and slapping his ‘Make America Great Again’ hat as he sat in a restaurant in Vero Beach, Florida.
Man, 43, 'spits on elderly Trump supporter wearing a MAGA hat at a bar' https://t.co/quQtKkUgIT
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) October 30, 2019
Matthias Ajple, 43, reportedly walked up to 67-year-old Robert Youngblood while he was sitting at the bar at the Hurricane Grill on Friday. “You should go back to Russia you f—ing communist,” he allegedly said.
Ajple then walked around the gate, spit on Youngblood and left the scene, according to an arrest affidavit.
Police obtained the Hurricane Grill’s surveillance video which showed Ajple slapping the brill of Youngblood’s hat and leaning over to spit on him.
Because Youngblood wrote down the assailant’s license plate number, Indian River County sheriff’s deputies were reportedly able to track Ajple’s vehicle down and make an arrest.
Ajple, a registered Democrat, seemed to be in the finally stages of Trump Derangement Syndrome, and in the throes of some sort of breakdown. “I was just trying to protect you guys because I support law enforcement,” he told the deputies. “Trump supporters are communist and racist.”
Ajple added that he was actually excited to be going to jail: “I don’t even care that I’m going to jail, this is actually exciting. Plus, I have more time on this earth than he does anyway, he probably feels so good about himself.”
Ajple was booked into the county jail on a battery count and spent several hours behind bars before posting $500 bond to secure his release Saturday morning.
He is scheduled for a November 19 hearing on the misdemeanor charge.
A third incident this past week involved Jennifer Underwood, a Trump supporter from Wisconsin who attended the Trump rally in Minneapolis, last month.
As American Greatness previously reported, Underwood and two of her friends were thrown out of a vegan restaurant ahead of the rally for wearing MAGA hats and someone threw a full can of Pepsi at her which hit her in the ankle.
After that story hit the news, left-wing trolls started harassing her on Facebook and giving her realty business bad reviews. Since then, Underwood told American Greatness that a man contacted her firm and said she had “refused to show him houses because he was gay,” a complete fabrication.
She has also received some curious packages in the mail.
One package contained a “glitter-bomb” which exploded when she opened it.
She also received 500 USPS cardboard boxes in the mail from someone who was possibly trying to send her a message.
It’s not clear what the boxes were supposed to signify, but they could have been a threatening reference to Pink Floyd’s “Run Like Hell.”
“Run, Run, Run, Run, Run, Run, Run, Run, Run, Run, Run, Run, Run, Run, Run, Run. You better run all day And run all night … Cause if they catch you in the back seat Trying to pick her locks, They’re gonna send you back to mother In a cardboard box. You better run.”
Underwood, as you can imagine, was not amused. “It’s pretty freaky that they have my address,” she wrote on Facebook. She said she filed reports with the local police and the FBI.