President Donald Trump held a rally last night in Arizona, using the opportunity to roast the media over their reporting on his response to Charlottesville, reassure his supporters that ObamaCare would be repealed, and hint at a pardon for Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
A number of times during the speech Trump referred to the “few” protesters outside – though had he known that some came armed, he could’ve roasted the media even further for their silence on violence from the Left.
Pic taken ~ 30mins ago. Armed group self-identified as "John Browne Group" said it's 'anti-racist, pro-worker' here to protect protesters pic.twitter.com/XyiqY7P4T7
— Laura GomezRodriguez (@Laura_GomezRod) August 22, 2017
It wasn’t until after Trump’s speech that protesters began clashing with police, and things quickly went downhill for them. One protester in particular is becoming an internet legend after kicking a can of tear gas back at police, only to be met with immediate justice…
And then a few seconds later…
Then came a random man in a Colin Kaepernick jersey to the rescue.
In the tweet that led to the clip going viral, you can hear laughter by those recording it, as they realize “it was in the nuts.”
— Adam Jay (@amjay13) August 23, 2017
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) August 23, 2017
On the downside, he may not be able to have any children to tell this story one day.