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June 11, 2019 -- The insane MAGAphobia epidemic continues to run rampant across America.

A scuffle broke out in New York City, for example, as a trans actor stomped on a Trump sign prompting the sign's owner to defend his turf. 

A video of the encounter went viral on social media adding to the trans' industry creds and giving him/her/it a career boost with massive exposure. 

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    Indya Moore is a transgender actor who stars on the FX cable show Pose
    On Friday, Moore was filmed in altercation with Trump supporters in New York
    Video shows Moore stomping on 'Re-elect Trump' sign and then trying to steal it
    The owner of the sign, Dion Cini, 50, fought back when Moore grabbed sign
    Two other men said to be friends of Moore stepped in and altercation escalated
    NYPD officers then intervened and pulled Moore aside for a conversation
    Cini told he holds weekly demonstrations in support of Trump

Indya Moore was filmed stomping on a Trump supporter’s sign before trying to run off with it just across the street from Trump Tower in New York City on Friday, sparking a scuffle. 

Moore, who stars on the FX show Pose, was filmed stepping on a sign that read: ‘Re-elect Donald Trump, Keep America Great, 2020.’

In the video of the incident, Moore is heard saying that she  ‘didn’t want [Trump supporters as] fans of his show.’


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