‘I think you’re a Democrat bro!’ Trump supporters confront suspected Antifa infiltrator at protest

In what amounts to shades of January 6, a suspected Antifa infiltrator was spotted in New York on Tuesday whipping Trump supporters into a frenzy.

Protesters gathered in Manhattan ahead of the rumored indictment of former President Donald Trump — there appeared to be more members of the press than actual protesters — and while the formal charges involving alleged hush money paid to porn star Stormy Daniels never materialized, the circus did come to town in the form of a Trump shaman.

As the shaman was being confronted by others as a likely imposter, a man wearing a hoodie is seen in a video challenging the man wearing a get-up similar to the QAnon Shaman as a legitimate Trump supporter — but an early photo of the challenger captured him with the hood down and an anarchist tattoo can be seen in his neck.

As for the Trump shaman, he may have been selling his act a little too enthusiastically, as others began to confront him for acting “stupid” and “crazy.”

“What you doing bro’?! We don’t do that,” a man tells him in the video below. “I think you’re a Democrat bro!”

The shaman is accused of wearing a wire and the guy with that Antifa tattoo can be heard saying, “He’s got more wires than a PlayStation. Show us the wire!”

As comical as the scene is, it gets even more bizarre when the shaman strips down to prove he is not wearing a wire and is then accepted into the fold as the protestors start chanting in unison, “Let’s go Trump!”

Independent journalist Rebecca Brannon said the man covered up the tattoo after she noticed it.

“I noticed his circle-A tattoo – the classic symbol prominently associated with Antifa and anarchists,” she said, according to the Daily Mail. “He knew I noticed then put his hoodie up.”

Turns out, according to Brannon, the Trump shaman is aspiring actor Danny Wolverton, who once appeared on “America’s Got Talent.”

Some on social media suggested that the suspected Antifa member and the Trump shaman were acting in unison and had a history of performing street art together in the city.

Others just saw the latter as a “leftist pos.”


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