15 Year-Old Trump Supporter Beaten During High School Walk-Out Protest – Ambulance Called
Students from Richard Montgomery High School in Maryland walked out of school in protest on Tuesday in protest of President-elect Donald Trump.
Richard Montgomery high school students protest president elect Donald Trump. Students walk out and head to courthouse pic.twitter.com/nRsRR6kZiV
— Suzanne Kennedy (@ABC7Suzanne) November 16, 2016
One 15 year-old student was wearing a Trump ‘Make America Great Again’ hat.
They beat the snot out of him.
An ambulance took him away.
His protest was over.
Peaceful walk out in Richard Montgomery high school anti-trump pic.twitter.com/9kX4wHjAPJ
— Saja (@sajarahim11) November 16, 2016
A march of students in Rockville, Maryland, protesting the election of Donald Trump to the presidency turned violent on Wednesday morning as a teenager wearing a Trump hat was beaten.
Hundreds of students from Richard Montgomery High School were marching near the Rockville courthouse on Maryland Avenue in a protest that began at about 10 a.m. when a 15-year-old boy wearing one of the Trump campaign’s “Make American Great Again” hats was attacked by about four students.
The student in the hat was “beaten down, to be honest,” a student who witnessed the attack told WTOP.
The student wasn’t seriously hurt but was taken away in an ambulance, according to WTOP’s Nick Iannelli. No one has been arrested yet, but police officers are talking with witnesses.
There’s a large police presence around the protest, but there were no further problems. The students returned to the school’s football field at about 11:30 a.m.
The march marked the third straight day of student protests in the D.C. region in opposition to Trump’s election.
Hat Tip Corey