A woman who slapped a supporter of President Donald J. Trump at 2017 rally in California has been convicted of battery, according to the Orang County District Attorney’s Office.
“Jessica Aguilar, 23, of Sacramento was convicted on August 14, 2019 of one misdemeanor count of battery for slapping a man in the face twice at a March 25, 2017 political rally. The attack was captured on video,” the DA said in a press release.
Aguilar was sentenced to 20 days in jail, 10 days of community service, and three years of probation for battering the Trump supporter.
It’s just one example of many acts of violence committed against the political right in the wake of Trump’s election. Saturday, several far-leftists were arrested after turning violent in Portland, Oregon.
The arrests came after the Proud Boys, who organized a rally called “End Domestic Terrorism,” left downtown Portland. The Proud Boys were only downtown briefly, as they planted an American Flag and then crossed the bridge that leads away from the area.
Right wing activist Joe Biggs explains here:
Joe Biggs fought for all America when he served in Afghanistan.
He flew in from Florida to Portland, Oregon for a peaceful rally, where they prayed & sang the National Anthem.
Antifa are the terrorists who attack our side to shut down free speech!pic.twitter.com/j2GWw9uv2o
— Machiavelli (@TheRISEofROD) August 17, 2019
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