Cops need tear gas to tame Antifa at Phoenix Trump rally; one of them pays dearly in his man parts

Antifa protesters descended on President Donald Trump’s rally in Phoenix, Arizona on Tuesday and it quickly became chaotic.

The alt-left, that the mainstream media wants to pretend doesn’t exist, came prepared. Some, who were members of the John Brown Gun Club, wore bulletproof vests and armed themselves with AR-15s.

They told reporters that they were on hand to protect protesters from “white nationalists.” But there didn’t appear to be any white nationalists at the event. Only Antifa mayhem and destruction.

Much of the protest remained peaceful but, as Fox Business reporter Jeff Flock learned, some came with an agenda.

They set off fireworks and threw bottles and other items at police.

When Flock got close to where the action was its most intense he shouted “holy sh*t” as explosions started going off around him.

Flock was told by protesters that police started firing tear gas into the crowd after one of the protesters hit police with a water bottle.

But he was having a tough time reporting as the tear gas took its toll on him.

It also took its toll on CNN reporter Gary Tuckman, who confirmed that protesters attacked police first.

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“All of our faces are burning, all of our throats are burning,” Tuckman told Don Lemon

“There were some water bottles thrown at police and the next thing we felt were the burning tear gas,” he said.

One protester paid dearly as he attempted to kick a tear gas canister back at police.

Police fired what was either a rubber bullet or pepper balls that hit the man in a spot no man wants to be hit in.

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He writhed in pain on the street as another protester, wearing a Colin Kaepernick jersey, ran in to drag him off the field of battle.

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Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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