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Black Man In a Rainbow ‘Gays for Trump’ Shirt Attacks Rally Protestor

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Trump wants to “help” the Black community (a group that lives entirely in “the inner cities”, according to Trump) by instating a nationwide version of stop-and-frisk, a New York City law that was ruled unconstitutional for unfairly targeting Black people. Trump also has the most anti-LGBT running mate in history and has promised to help overturn nationwide marriage equality and to promote laws allowing people to discriminate against gay people from workplace discrimination.

So imagine our surprise when we heard about a Black guy in a rainbow-colored ‘Gays for Trump’ shirt attacking a protestor at a Trump rally in Greensboro, North Carolina today. The violence doesn’t surprise us — there have been 20 instances of violence at Trump’s rallies since October 2015 — and we know that some gays support Trump, but considering Trump’s policies against Black and gay communities, the rabid support seems a bit misplaced.

Here’s video of the attack and the aftermath (when the attacker puts the protestor in a headlock before giving high fives to other appreciative Trumpettes in the audience).



  • Peter Boykin

    FIRST THIS PHOTO WAS DOCTORED TO TRY TO MAKE MY HUSBAND LOOK “MORE BLACK” TEETH WERE CHANGED AND NOSE WAS CHANGED. NOW WHOS RACIST?

  • micah09

    To be fair, that “protestor” was actually disrespecting the American flag. To any patriot, that’s a provocation. Not to mention, Hillary rally attendees in fact physically attacked a peaceful protester at a Hillary rally just last week, but you all don’t care to bring attention to that. Hypocritical, no?

  • Derek Dunham

    Actually, I was not. Please reveiw section a of our United States Flag code.

  • Derek Dunham

    No disrespect should be shown to the flag of the United States of America; the flag should not be dipped to any person or thing. Regimental colors, State flags, and organization or institutional flags are to be dipped as a mark of honor.
    (a) The flag should never be displayed with the union down, except as a signal of dire distress in instances of extreme danger to life or property.

  • sugarntasty

    Everyone has opinion of attack to be exact victim, was verbal suddenly. Aggression antics of “socialism in American
    politics where empowerment of LGBTQ society decreasing. Simply man not heritage LGBTQ never concede civil
    justice intimidation where not worthy. Progress we pay taxes why hide no longer,speak out towards the regression!

  • ACMECorporations

    Lester Holt was wrong. On August 12, 2013, U.S. District Court Judge Shira Scheindlin ruled that the stop and frisk as practiced by the New York City police (not the law itself) was unconstitutional and directed the Police to adopt a written policy to specify where such stops are authorized.