WATCH: Trump Supporter Violently Attacked by BLM Mob for Wearing Trump Hat

Despite mob violence, CBS/AP describe protests as "peaceful for the most part."
Chris Menahan

Sep. 29, 2016

Video out of El Cajon, California shows a Trump supporter being violently attacked by a mob of Black Lives Matter supporters for daring to wear a Trump hat to a supposedly "peaceful" protest.

Video shows the mob swarm around the man and kick and punch him despite being surrounded by news cameras.

One member of the crowd can be heard screaming "f*ck you, n*gga" at the top of his lungs during the assault.

This video shows other fights broke out between the protesters:

Here's the Trump supporter's periscope of the incident:

Here's the incident from another angle where you can see one of the rioters steal his Trump hat:

The protest was being held in response to police shooting a "mentally ill" black man named Alfred Olango who pulled a black vape pen out of his pocket and aimed it at police like it was a gun.

Olango was a "refugee" from Uganda who moved to the US with his family in 1991 and proceeded to enrich our culture by selling cocaine and pursuing a life of crime.

From 10 News:
Olango pled guilty in 1999 to receiving stolen property and received three years probation. That same year he was arrested for driving under the influence.

In 2001, he pled guilty to selling cocaine.

In 2005, Olango was arrested in Colorado as a felon in possession of a firearm. Police say a 9mm semi-atomic pistol was found in a car he was driving.
CBS News and the Associated Press hilariously described the protest as "peaceful" and blamed the innocent Trump supporter for the mob's violence.

CBS/AP's article on the incident says he "claimed" he was "cornered" and "beaten to the ground."
The purported Trump backer, who was wearing a “Make America Great Again” cap -- the slogan of Trump’s campaign -- later claimed to reporters that he was “cornered, I was beaten to the ground. When I attempted to run away, I was chased by the entire mob of people.”
Despite the mob violence, CBS/AP went on to say: "The protests were peaceful for the most part."

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