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‘Hey, he’s a Marine!’ Fight breaks out at Trump’s Hollywood star when supporters show up to defend it

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For those seeking attention or with a little too much time on their hands, President Donald Trump’s Hollywood star, or what was left of it, was apparently the place to be on Thursday after an unhinged zealot took to the display with a pickaxe.

Recording artist Joy Villa, who wore a “Make America Great Again” dress at the 2017 Grammys, was on hand and shared a video on Twitter of the chaotic scene, complete with a fight breaking out.

“Me + @SlightlyOffens surrounded by violent mob as we wore MAGA hats & spread love at @realDonaldTrump Star. Our Marine Veteran was attacked. They stole Elijah’s $3000 camera. THIS is what @repmaxinewaters call to violence brought here in LA,” Villa tweeted.

**Warning for harsh language.

An anti-Trump zealot spoiling for a fight is seen in the clip — the man hating on the president for no other reason than that is what he is indoctrinated to do courtesy of pop culture and the entertainment industry.

(This being evident in a longer YouTube clip where he was given the opportunity to express himself and could only muster a, “F*ck Trump,” before showing his *ass — literally.)

The highly agitated, aggressive cretin got in the face of a Trump supporter and tried his best to provoke a fight, prompting another man to step between them.

Another person then attacked the man serving as a barrier, who quickly went on the offensive.

“Hey, he’s a Marine!” someone can be heard yelling as others jumped in.

As if that was necessary, considering this one individual was willing to take on the entire crowd… and representing himself well in doing so.

Elija Schafer, who was with Villa, posted a longer clip showing a camera guy getting attacked also, adding that someone in the crowd stole the “$3,000 camera.”

“So now wearing a Trump jersey with @Joy_Villa is enough to get your crew beaten up in Los Angeles. Jk. We stood our ground. They stole our $3000 camera. PayPal [email protected] or Venmo @elijah-Schaffer PLEASE. Need to replace it to film.

As seen in the clip, the man identified by others as a U.S. Marine was seen at the end standing by his group, after taking on all comers.

Semper Fi!

The calm before the storm is seen below, posted on the Slightly Offens*ve YouTube channel — the group is run by Schaffer.

 

Tom Tillison

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