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Heimbach has been trying to set up racist hate groups ever since and back in March of last year he took credit for helping shove a black protester at a Trump rally in Kentucky. Then this month three of the protestors, high school student Henry Brousseau, 17, activist Molly Shah, 36, and college student Kashiya Nwanguma, 21 sued Trump for inciting supporters to attack them at the event. Federal Judge David J. Hale thought the plaintiffs had a plausible argument that Trump had done just that. And that all leads us to yesterday’s glorious moment when attacker Heimbach turned around and countersued Trump (!!!), claiming that the now-President had incited him to violence against the protestors. Now, to be clear, Heimbach still says the attack was awesome and that Trump is awesome too. Actually, technically, in a narrow legal sense, he denies “physically assaulting” them. But in general giving the protestors the boot was awesome. He just thinks that since Trump told him to do it that he should assume financial responsibility for any judgment against Heimbach, either Trump should or the the protesters themselves would.
originally posted by: JinMI
a reply to: Spider879
In your opinion; do you think he was telling the crowd or his staff to remove her?
Whomever put their hands on another (can't see vid, it's broken atm) did so out of their own volition and should face the consequences themselves, if any.
originally posted by: Tardacus
such a messed up world we live in where nobody wants to take responsibility for their own decisions and their own actions.