UPDATE: CNN Lied – Trump Protesters DID NOT Kick Black Activist Who Stormed Rally

CNN Lied – Trump Protesters DID NOT Kick Black Activist Who Stormed Rally
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Saturday at Donald Trump’s Alabama rally a far left black activist stormed the rally.

Here is the video:


CNN reporter Jeremy Diamond said the irate protester was punched and kicked on the floor:

At least a half-dozen attendees shoved and tackled the protester, a black man, to the ground as he refused to leave the event. At least one man punched the protester and a woman kicked him while he was on the ground.

All of the attendees who were involved in the physical altercation with the protester were white…

Here is how we reported the incident last night on The Gateway Pundit:

The media says he was tackled and shoved by the Trump supporters.
But rarely is this the entire story – But it fits the left’s narrative.

The thug becomes the victim.
This is what the left does.

CNN reporter Jeremy Diamond accused the Trump supporters of tackling the goon and being violent.

By the way— The man was arrested and removed from the rally.

We didn’t buy it last night and now we have an account from an Alabama Trump supporter.

Today we received this firsthand account from an Alabama reader at the rally:

No one kicked him or called him racial names. He laid in the floor refusing to get up & leave. Every time they got him on his feet he would try to lay down again. When they did finally get him on his feet & headed towards the door he tried to run back into the crowd shouting & screaming Black Lives Matter garbage. Finally when they were escorting him out of the crowd & towards the door is when he pulled up his outer garment revealing his BLM shirt.

A member of Black Lives Matter came looking for trouble & found it!

Jeremy Diamond and CNN should retract their story and issue an apology.
And conservatives need to be on guard for this media manipulation in the future.
Keep your phones and cameras ready!

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