TRUMP SUPPORTERS Refused Service — Then ASSAULTED at West Hollywood Restaurant
An impromptu Trump rally was held Friday night in West Hollywood.
The rally had more attendees than Hillary Clinton’s latest speech.
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) August 13, 2016
After the rally several Trump supporters went to a restaurant where they were refused service and then assaulted.
Two women were briefly arrested on Friday night after a rally for Donald Trump in West Hollywood, a city from which the Republican presidential nominee is officially “banned.”
Earlier, a woman allegedly assaulted Alaskan artist and pro-Trump activist Tim Treadstone, better known by stage name Baked Alaska, outside of a popular Mexican restaurant in West Hollywood.
“This blond girl grabbed my iPhone and threw it as hard as she could to the pavement. And before I could pick it up, the brunette who was throwing the food at people punched me in the head. My glasses and my hat flew off,” Treadstone told Breitbart News Friday evening. “There were claw marks on my neck.”
The alleged assault took place after a pro-Trump rally, which took place at the intersection of Santa Monica and San Vicente Boulevards in front of the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station. The event was broadcast live via Periscope.
Treadstone said the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Department was contacted and that the two females attempted to hide in the restroom of a neighboring bar, but that they were arrested after a couple who witnessed the altercation — and who were not Trump supporters — spoke to police.
At the restaurant, pro-Trump ralliers had attempted to dine but were refused service. Instead, patrons hurled food, drinks and slurs at them.
The Trump supporters were refused service and assaulted at the West Hollywood restaurant.
— American So Woke (@AmericanSoWoke) August 13, 2016
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) August 15, 2016