Scary scene as Rand Paul, wife accosted by swarming mob leaving Trump speech

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After the conclusion of the Republican National Convention late Thursday at the White House, rioting Black Lives Matter and Antifa extremists harassed and tried to assault convention attendees as they were leaving the premises.

Among the victims weren’t just random Trump-supporting men and women, many of them elderly, but also several congressional Republicans, including Sen. Rand Paul, 57, and his wife, as well as Rep. Brian Mast.

Watch the harassment of Paul below (*Graphic content):

Here’s another clip from another angle:

About halfway through the clip, one of the extremists pushed an officer who’d been holding a bike, causing him to fall back into Paul and almost knock him over.

Throughout the whole clip, the extremists, whom an increasing number of conservatives now argue are essentially the Democrat Party’s paramilitary troops, could be heard chanting and laughing like amoral, maniacal lunatics.

Additional video clips and photos seen below show the extremists harassing other attendees, yelling obscenities in their faces and flashing their middle fingers. (**Language and content warning)

Watch:

As a reminder, numerous elected Democrats have been vehement both in their defense of these extremists and their condemnation of anyone who criticizes the extremists.

Similarly, elected Democrats have a history of disrespecting and demeaning black Americans who refuse to subscribe to their ideology, including black cops.

Now watch how the extremists chose to deal with the cops — some of them black — who were assigned to protect the attendees:

Little to any of this bad behavior has been or likely will be documented by members of the mainstream press, who in recent months have become increasingly propagandist as the November election has loomed closer and closer.

As of Friday morning, the media were again trotting out the “peaceful protester” canard that has dominated their coverage since the onset of the George Floyd riots months ago.

“Hundreds of protesters chanted, marched and played music near the White House on Thursday as President Trump spoke on the final night of the Republican National Convention — a loud and often raucous rejoinder to a leader they say has divided the country and supported racist policies and practices,” The Washington Post reported.

To be fair, the Post did document — in words, not videos — some of the bad behavior, though the left-wing paper still chose to describe the extremist rioters as “protesters.”

So-called “protesters” don’t threaten to “burn it down” unless they get what they want:

So-called “protesters” don’t scuffle with the police:

So-called “protesters” don’t harass Secret Service agents:

So-called “protesters” don’t perform ritual executions:

The events in Washington, D.C., come as left-wing extremists across the country have grown brazenly emboldened thanks to the adoring media coverage they receive. In fact, at times the media have outright lied to protect the extremists.

Earlier this month, The New York Times ran a story “debunking” the claim that extremists in Portland, Oregon had burned copies of the Bible and the American flag during a riot. To hear the Times tell it, these claims were “disinformation.”

Yet footage from the riots proved that the Times was lying:

Like journalist and commentator Steve Krakauer noted in a column last week, “Several Bibles were, in fact, burned. An American flag was, too, as a crowd cheered.”

Stating these facts is not ‘disinformation,’ nor does it mean all protesters burn Bibles and American flags. But reporting the truth was mischaracterized by the Times as disinformation.”

And therein lies the rub.

The documented rioting, looting, harassment, vandalism and thuggery of BLM and Antifa extremists isn’t “disinformation” — it’s real life. But because of the actual disinformation published so often by the media, it’s unclear how many Americans are even aware of what’s really happening in America’s streets.

It’s also unclear how the American people would react if they knew that the BLM and Antifa extremists whom both members of the Democrat Party and the mainstream press coddle have been harassing, terrorizing and, in some cases, nearly killing people — some of them elderly — for the apparent crime of supporting their president.

Vivek Saxena

Senior Staff Writer
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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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