Protester Assaulted by Trump Supporter, Restrained by Police at North Carolina Rally

StoryfulPublished: July 1, 2017
Published: July 1, 2017

A man was pulled to the ground and restrained by police on March 9 after being struck by a man believed to be a Donald Trump supporter at a rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Footage uploaded by a local musician, Ronnie C Rouse, shows the aftermath of the incident as police wrestle the protester to the ground. The man, named by Rouse as Keem Jones, was released by police, as seen at the end of the video.Rouse, who was also there to protest against the rally, said that he and his friends were asked to leave the event within two minutes of Trump beginning his speech after causing a disruption. His footage shows the police escorting the protesters from their seats to the front of the building.

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