What Would You Do if Anti-Trump Thugs Attacked Your Child?
Ever since the 2016 presidential election a rampaging mob of leftists has been bullying and harassing supporters of President Trump.
The most recent incident happened last week in Seattle.
A teenage wearing a “Make America Great Again” ball cap was attacked by a pair of anti-Trump thugs outside of Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Seattle — and some of the altercation was captured on video.
Ashton Hess, from O’Fallon, Illinois, tells me he was vacationing with his family when the altercation happened.
“We were waiting for an Uber when I was hit in the head,” the 17-year-old said. “My hat was knocked on the ground and picked up by the girl you see at the beginning of the video.”
The video shows Ashton being accosted by a purple-haired female and a green-haired man who identifies as non-binary.
“She threw the hat to the man with green hair and he took off,” Ashton told me. “He spat on it and threw it into the street.”
All the while, the green-haired non-binary thug unleashed a string of profanities at the Missouri family.
“Get the f*** out of this city,” the clearly unhinged creep screamed.
“Real mature. Real classy, dude,” Ashton replied.
Ashton’s dad and brother started walking after the predator and that’s when the coward took off running.
The non-binary Trump-hater confessed to the crime on Twitter.
“Just ripped a MAGA hat off some white kid and spit all over it n threw it in traffic n the whole time his mom n him just yelling ‘OMG THAT GUY TOOK MY HAT’ and starting to tear up,” the individual wrote.
Ashton, who is active in conservative political causes, said he will not be deterred by the angry outburst.
“Being a young Trump supporter takes a lot of guts. I’m not trying to pat myself on the back when I say this, but this is my honest opinion,” he said.
Ashton said he’s used to getting dirty looks from classmates and from teachers whenever he wears a Trump t-shirt to school.
“Every time I wear a Trump shirt at school, I am always prepared to be abused and hated by the leftists at my school. Knowing that teachers may out of their way and grade you with bias because of your views is also a factor,” he said,
“I do not wear the shirt for extra attention, or confrontation, but I wear it because I support our president, and why the hell shouldn’t I be able to wear my Trump shirt?”
Ashton will be a guest Monday on the Todd Starnes Radio Show. Click here to listen.