Trump Provokes Crowd To Attack Black Protester: ‘Get Him The Hell Out Of Here!’ (VIDEO)

Yet another Trump rally turned ugly when an African-American was kicked, punched, shoved, and tackled by a throng of the improbable candidate’s supporters. Making matters worse, Trump himself urged the mob on, screaming to “Get him the hell out of here!” The rest of the room cheered as the man was beaten.

Trump was giving a speech in Alabama, when a protester reportedly affiliated with Black Lives Matter tried to interrupt the event. Almost immediately, he was tackled and surrounded by an almost-entirely white crowd. Those closest to him began shoving and kicking him.

CNN reporter Jeremy Diamond managed to capture some of the assault on video:

One woman appears to try to kick him in the head before several onlookers hold her back. Another man gets into a fighting position, with closed fists while the protester is held down by several other attendees.

This comes on the heels of Donald Trump publicly threatening to have “guys” attack Black Lives Matters protesters if they tried to interrupt his events like they had done at similar campaign stops for Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. He remarked at the time:

“That will never happen with me. I don’t know if I’ll do the fighting myself or other people will, but that was a disgrace. I felt badly for him. But it showed that he’s weak.”

It seems we have our answer: He’ll incite his crowd to assault a protester in his name.

This isn’t the first time Trump has inspired his biggest fans to commit despicable acts of violence against those who disagree with him or are the focus of his relentless xenophobia. Recently, at another event his supporters attacked a Latino protester while chanting “USA! USA!” And several months into his campaign two of his supporters were arrested on hate crime charges after being “inspired” by his message and picked out an Hispanic homeless man at random, beating him brutally.

The frequency with which Trump’s supporters will physically assault people of color whom they disagree with is alarming and speaks to Trump’s dangerous message of jingoistic racism. His campaign, reacting to the video, said that it doesn’t “condone this behavior” they saw. Is anyone buying that?

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