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A die-hard supporter of President Trump arrested for disorderly conduct after disrupting an Iowa event for Sen. Elizabeth Warren is a former junkie who served time in prison and has an extensive rap sheet spanning more than 27 years of crime.
Randal Thom, 58, of Lakefield, Minn., was arrested by police in Storm Lake, Iowa, on Saturday after wielding a selfie stick at supporters attending a campaign event for Warren, a Massachusetts Democrat who is running for her party’s nomination and hopes to take on Trump in 2020. Thom threatened attendees after the red “Keep America Great!” banner he had unfurled was knocked down.
The article goes on to state the following:
It was far from the first run-in with the law for the Minnesota man, who has been to 46 Trump rallies stretching from Montana to South Carolina: Criminal data base searches reveal he has been convicted of at least 72 felony and misdemeanor offenses between 1989 and 2017.
His crimes included possession and sale of controlled substances, felony theft, forging checks, and trespassing. Traffic convictions include one for drunk driving, one for a hit and run, three for giving a false name to a police officer, and 11 for driving without a license, which was revoked at one point for failure to pay child support payments. He is also listed as having been charged with two criminal offenses in 1983 and 1984 when he was a U.S. Marine.
Thom reportedly said he was a crack cocaine addict but is now sober. Now, he declared, he is “addicted” to President Trump.
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Banner the man had unfurled. The man responded by trying to whack the guy w the sticks of the banner. Police/security immediately cuffed the guy… video of the post-whack below 👇🏼 pic.twitter.com/Y5xajc9w2J
— Al Weaver (@alweaver22) January 5, 2019
Trump fan arrested at Elizabeth Warren rally is an ex-con former crack addict with 72 criminal convictions https://t.co/JsngxdoOip
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) January 11, 2019
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