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November 3, 2018 --Andrew Gillum is a gubernatorial candidate in Florida. He is opposing Republican Rick Scott. 

An irate intern for Gillum was video recorded raging at  Florida State University College Republicans. When one of the victims accused Shelby Shoup of throwing coffee, she is heard on a video correcting him. It was chocolate milk; not coffee. 

“You are supporting Nazis,” Shoup said to the students. 

Shoup seemed unaware or unconcerned that 776 people of color were killed by Islamic hate groups in October, 2108. Another 771 were killed in September. 

The far left labels patriots with pejoratives such as "Nazis" or "racists." The hate labels dehumanize patriots, making them appear to be fair game for hate and physical attacks. 

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An intern for Democratic Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum has been arrested and charged with battery after she threw chocolate milk on a group of College Republicans tabling on campus.

The far-left student activist who had the profanity-laced meltdown, Shelby Shoup, is listed as an intern for the Andrew Gillum for Florida Governor Campaign on LinkedIn and a member of FSU Students for Justice in Palestine. Gillum's campaign did not return a Fox News request for comment.


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