Recent revelations about the “Trump Accountability Project”, a Twitter account that advocates calling out and punishing those who voted for and support the political-outsider president, are now giving way to outbreaks of violence, taunting and gloating on the part of anti-Trump Americans against those they see as their enemies and tormentors.
In a video said to be from Chicago and viewable on Gateway Pundit, a man shouting obscenities about the president brutally attacks a woman outside her burning car while her husband is inside. The car is rammed by another vehicle as a man chokes on the smoke inside.
The video began going viral on Nov. 11, but its origin is unclear. As the woman is attacked, she pleads for help for her husband.
“The camera then pans to a vehicle lit on fire and moments later, another vehicle rams it. The man taking the video approaches the car and the man inside can be heard saying ‘I don’t know you!’ The man appears disoriented from the collision,” Nationalist Review reports.
Interestingly, multiple Twitter accounts that have tweeted the video have been suspended after they gain huge numbers of viewers.
In California, a man in the town of Rocklin has filed a restraining order against his neighbor, whose children have been chanting harassment outside his home over his support of President Trump.
“I didn’t want to do this,” Michael Mason said to CBS Sacramento.
“They’re making me have to do this … I’m tired of getting harassed all the time. My kids don’t want to come outside.”
He says they have also been scrawling “BLM” and “LGBTQ” in chalk outside his house.
“I went down there and asked them, ‘Well, why didn’t you write this in front of your house, or anybody else’s house? Why mine?’ And they just laughed at me,” he said.
The Mason family says they hope the restraining order will help keep the peace until they move.
It’s also payback time for “The View” co-host Sunny Hostin, who according to NewsBusters said on the show that because Trump’s actions as president have been “extreme,” that his supporters are due to have some extreme punishments meted out to them.
“You know, I think that Trump, um, tear-gassed peaceful protesters for a photo op. I think the Trump ripped children from their parents. I think that Trump called NFL players sons of bitches I think that — for exercising their First Amendment rights,” said Hostin. “I think those people in his administration that not only drafted some of those policies but were complicit in some of those policies shouldn’t be forgotten.”