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U. Florida Student Attacked for Wearing Trump Hat on July 4th

U. Florida Student Attacked for Wearing Trump Hat on July 4th

“females of the group mainly led the charge, calling him a racist and hurling other insults”

They told me if Trump won, violent gangs would attack innocent people in the street and they were right.

The College Fix reports:

Student attacked for wearing MAGA hat on Fourth of July

When 22-year-old University of Florida student Daniel Weldon sent a Snapchat to his girlfriend of his Fourth of July outfit — a Make America Great Again hat, American flag tank top, Trump pin and other patriotic regalia — she predicted he would get attacked.

Turns out, she was right.

As Weldon grabbed a late-night snack on July Fourth across the street from campus he said he was surrounded by a group of college-aged peers who verbally harassed him, pushed him, ripped a Trump pin off his shirt, and tried to swipe his MAGA hat.

“It just goes to show there is a lot of people on the Left that don’t care or know anything about you, but they see one aspect of who you are and instantly have this blind hatred for you,” Weldon told The College Fix in a telephone interview Sunday. “It’s extremely disappointing.”

On the evening of July Fourth, Weldon hung out with a buddy in a college-area bar called the Rowdy Reptile without incident, but then they parted ways and he went to grab a bite at the Pita Pit on University Avenue. As soon as he walked in, he said, a group of about seven college-aged customers started taunting him.

The females of the group mainly led the charge, calling him a racist and hurling other insults, he said. Things also got physical. He said one female pushed him, another ripped his Trump pin off his shirt, and someone tried to swipe his hat off his head.

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Don’t be a passive wearer of patriotic gear …. FIGHT BACK. If a female punches you, punch back. They want equal treatment? Give them equal treatment.

The guy played football at the school. He would be criticized if he fought back.

He initially did not report the incident to the local police, but after discussions with friends, he did so because the next person may not be able to fight back.

“The females of the group mainly led the charge”

I’m not surprised, women often assume (rightly, in unfortunately many cases) that they can be physically aggressive to men without retaliation, and that if the man does retaliate it will be him, not them, who gets jailed.

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