A group of 30 violent anti-Trump thugs attacked a march of 2000 Trump supporters. Wonder what they thought would happen? Because that's some seriously bad odds, unless you are a Spartan and used to extreme odds.
Violence erupted when the "Make America Great Again" march of about 2,000 people at Bolsa Chica State Beach reached a group of about 30 anti-Trump protesters, reports The Telegraph.
The counter-protesters, dressed in black, created a wall to stop the rally. A masked man began spraying the irritant in the face of an organizer, said Capt. Kevin Pearsall of the California State Parks Police.
The masked counter-protester using the pepper spray attempted to flee the scene but was quickly detained by highway police.
Pearsall added that two additional male counter-protesters were arrested on suspicion of illegal use of pepper spray and a third female counter-protester was arrested on suspicion of assault and battery. Two people suffered minor injuries that didn't require medical attention, he said.
The anti-Trump protester who allegedly used the eye irritant was kicked and punched in the sand by a group of Trump supporters, the Los Angeles Times reported. And from pictures, it seems the other thugs also got a lesson in stupid odds, before being handed over to the police.
"Thanks you for all of the Trump Rallies today. Amazing support. We will all MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!," President Donald Trump wrote on Twitter after the rallies.
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