Screaming student loses her mind over pro-Trump sign

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A video has gone viral of a Western Washington University art student who goes on a screech-laden protest after encountering a pro-Trump sign on campus.

Campus Reform obtained footage of the student, whose name has not been disclosed, spiraling into a two-minute tantrum involving screaming like a banshee, making guttural sounds, and throwing paint on the ground in an apparent protest.

Noticing her bizarre behavior, passersby are seen in the video stopping to check if the woman needs help, to which she told them it was a demonstration against Trump.

The man holding the pro-Trump sign, preacher Eric Bostrom, captured the breakdown on camera, and at one point humorously remarked: “Art is really going downhill.” He later added, “This is why I oppose the legalization of marijuana.”

Bostrom was holding a sign that read: “Trump: Borders, Laws, Jobs, Liberty, USA,” and another sign that contained bible verses about judgment.

“Right here on the Western Washington campus, she’s going nuts with a Trump sign—she doesn’t like the Trump sign. She’s anti-Trump,” Bostrom can be heard saying in the video.

He claims the screaming liberal is “an art major,” and later on in the video a woman who appears to be an administrator shows up to see if the woman is alright. The student replies: “Call the police, bitch.”

Campus Reform reports that the university has yet to comment on the incident.

Watch the full video of her outlandish anti-Trump protest.

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