DAILYKENN.com -- Remember the Catholic kid who smiled at an Indian? He was accused of harassment by the far-left mainstream media (FL-MSM).
If the FL-MSM thinks a smiling boy is harassment, imagine what they would make of a big man with chainsaw confronting a group of women.
Before you answer: The women in question were identified as "Oregon Women for Trump." Now you may answer.
The event turned violent, the media informed us. Whenever passive patriots are confronted by a far-left hate mob, the media can be expected to explain, "The event turned violent," leaving us to blame the "event," not the leftist hate group, for the violence. Think Charlottesville, Virginia.
From nbc16.com ▼
Roughly two hundred people took over Harlow Road on Sunday as protestors from two groups clashed on the overpass, shutting down traffic for nearly two and a half hours.
A group called Oregon Women for Trump organized the rally, where some protestors say they called for America First Values.
Police say protestors refused to stay on sidewalks and spilled onto the road.. That's when they closed Harlow Road to traffic and brought in more officers.
Clashing groups could be seen yelling, pushing with one protestor getting arrested for punching someone from the opposing group.
“I've worked here for just over 20 years and this type of that is very rare in Springfield,” said Springfield Sgt Matt Niwert. “I can't recall one similar. It was aggressive it took a lot of manpower to control the crowd and get them to disperse so we can open up the roadway again.”
Sergeant Neiwart goes on to describe how early on, one group wanted to fly a Trump flag over the highway prompting the opposing group to gather in large numbers.
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