Published: Mon, August 05, 2019
Worldwide | By Lisa Hogan

Man Charged For Punching Anti-Trump Campaigner

Man Charged For Punching Anti-Trump Campaigner

A Kentucky man has been charged with assault after he was caught on video repeatedly punching a protester more than 30 years his senior outside an OH rally for President Donald Trump.

Dallas Frazier, 29, of Georgetown was charged with misdemeanor assault after he allegedly hit a man during the president's campaign rally at U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati.

Paul Johnson, a Trump supporter talks to The Epoch Times' affiliate, NTDTV outside the U.S. Bank Arena, at Cincinnati, Ohio on August 1.

Many have called the attacks on the four congresswomen and Cummings racist.

Frazier was booked into the Hamilton County Justice Center and was held without bond.

A criminal complaint by Cincinnati police says Frazier was in a auto near the protesters outside and jumped out, shouting, 'You want some, ' before repeatedly punching 61-year-old Mike Alter in the face, breaking his glasses.

"I don't want to be controversial", he said. After, he told FOX19 NOW he was punched six times in the face. I understand their frustration.

"And can you also say "go back" where you came from?" Alter said his protest against Trump's campaign visit had been peaceful until Frazier arrived. "Islam wants you to conform to it".

"I have nothing but praise for president Obama", Harris, who is black, told reporters, noting he was the only recent president to achieve major health reforms. More than 1,600 people had shared the video by 10 p.m. ET.

Other prominent Republicans who turned out to support him were Ohio Reps.

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin was among the high-ranking Republicans waiting to greet Trump as he came off of Air Force One.

The venue took on a concert-like atmosphere, with some yelling and screaming as he made his way to the podium.

Trump says the Democratic race is "boiling down" to four or five of the more than 20 contenders for the party's presidential nomination.

"Democrats spent more time talking about (former President Barack) Obama then they did me", he said.

"The remarkable thing about Trump is the extent to which he has managed, with people who have said beastly things about him, to put it behind him", he said.

"We're stopping the theft of American jobs", he said., later adding "Until such time as there is a deal, we will be taxing the hell out of China". The president's actions in office, including diverting Pentagon money to build his promised wall on the U.S. -Mexico frontier, separating parents and children in border detention facilities, and banning travel to the U.S. from several majority-Muslim nations, have kept the issue on the front burner. "Do you have a Democratic mayor?" "Well, that's what happens".

CBS Late Show host Stephen Colbert mocked President Donald Trump's feigned helplessness after several White House reporters asked what he would do if his supporters started chanting "Send her back!" at his OH campaign rally.

Unlike his event on the East Carolina University campus, Trump did not go on an extended critique of Omar or three other first-term liberal congresswoman of color.

On the surface, Cincinnati would seem an odd place for the president to campaign during this early stage of his re-election campaign.

Heavy has reached out to the Cincinnati Police Department to request a copy of the criminal complaint against Frazier.

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