Bikers for Trump Details Fist Fights With Protesters

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The founder of ‘Bikers for Trump’ explained in an interview with Fox Business that many “knuckle sandwiches” were served following the inauguration ceremony.

In a sit down discussion with anchor Stuart Varney, patriot biker and staunch Trump supporter Chris Cox detailed how he and his biker friends were instigated by protesters who were itching for fights.

Cox described one fight where a biker was spit on and hit.  Cox said the biker had no other alternative but to toss a punch at the protester. According to Cox, the punch resulted in the nose ring worn by the protester to fall off.

Although Cox was clearly proud of his group’s ability to defend themselves, the bikers were there to support Trump and play music at an event held after the inauguration.  He went on to explain how the protesters cut their electricity, making is so the band could not play for a period of time until repairs were made.

When Varney asked why the bikers didn’t stop the protesters from destroying the glass windows on storefronts like Starbucks and McDonalds, Cox explained the bikers had a big presence but they couldn’t protect every inch of D.C.

Cox said his group is growing rapidly.  He touts 250k fans on Facebook with hopes of hitting 500k soon.  According to Cox, President Trump has created an entirely new demographic of voters…. BIKERS.

The interview can be watched below:

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