A young Black woman was pushed, shoved, and ridiculed while being forced out by angry Donald Trump supporters at his Super Tuesday rally in Louisville, Kentucky.
The shocking video has the nation in uproar as many wonder what a Trump presidency would mean for the future of America.
White men roughed up a young black woman – reportedly a protester – who attended a Donald Trump rally in Louisville, Kentucky, on Tuesday night.
Local news video of the rally captures the Republican frontrunner urging supporters to “go get ’em” – apparently a reference to the protesters – as a crowd of white people shoves around a few black protesters, with at least one in the mob smiling and filming on his camera.
Local WLKY news reported:
Many times the crowd cheered Trump, but he was also interrupted by protesters several times. Those protesters were led out of the convention center.
At one point, a woman could be seen being pushed by people in the crowd until she left.
WLKY spoke with the woman on the phone Tuesday night. She said she is doing well. She is just trying to process everything.
The local Courier-Journal said the rally was “tinged with excitement and anger”
Trump was interrupted more than half a dozen times by protesters raising signs and shouting. “Get ‘em the hell out of here. Get out. Get out,” Trump yelled into the microphone as his security team and police officers led people away and the crowd cheered loudly.
“Out. Out. Out.”
The Courier-Journal adds: “One man wearing a makeshift hood was led out by police.”