ANTIFA drags older lady to ground for carrying American flag (video)


Written by DML
If there in a person in your life who questions the accuracy of President Donald J. Trump for saying there is violence and hate on both sides, I highly suggest you send them this video.

Yesterday, in Boston, Massachusetts, there was a rally held by conservatives who believe in freedom of speech. It was a small crowd, mostly older people who attended the rally, but even so the police put out fair warning: No backpacks and no weapons permitted. Perhaps the cops should have added, “No American flags?”

In the video below, you will see an older lady holding an American Flag on the side of a road.

Passing her by were some of the people who showed up in Boston to disturb the peaceful rally. In total, it is estimated there was between 10,000 and 15,000 protesters, some of them from the violent group, ANTIFA.

Doing nothing bad to anyone, the woman is violently attacked by a guy who grabs her flag and then drags her across the ground until he finally steals the flag from the older lady.

Where is the media outrage? Where is Van Jones at CNN calling for the progressive minded fools to stop with the violence? Where are the demands for Nancy Pelosi to step down from her leadership role in the House? There is nothing of the kind — no backlash, no frustration, no nothing.

The evil, violent, and demented people who make up the group Antifa, and who join in with the radical Alt-Left crowds to rip down statues and hit old women, are getting a free pass from the media because it doesn’t fit the narrative that all conservatives are evil, and all progressives are fighters for justice.

It’s a pathetic time in America.

Here is the video:

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