Showing your support for our President of the United States is now a beatable offense. Intolerant liberal celebrities tweet about how they’d like to harm our President and even members of his family. Republican Senator Rand Paul (KY), who’s a huge supporter of President Trump, was brutally beaten by his neighbor, for the crime of having opposing political views, landing him in the hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries. Last week, B-actor Tom Arnold made a joke about Senator Paul’s attack on Twitter, United States Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN) retweeted Arnold’s joke.

With so many unhinged liberals attacking Trump supporters, one would think Democrats would speak out against the violence, but instead, intolerant journalists ignore the violence committed against innocent Americans for the crime of supporting a president they don’t agree with.

Today, while walking down the street in NYC on his way to meet a client, art gallery owner, “John” Turan, discovered how quickly liberal intolerance can turn to violence.

NBC New York reports – The owner of a New York City art shop located in the exclusive Billionaire’s Row area claims he was viciously beaten Tuesday evening by a group on Canal Street for wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat.

With a swollen face, bruises and black eye Jahangir “John” Turan — owner of the David Parker Gallery which sells artwork by Andy Warhol, Salvador Dalí and Joan Miró, among other celebrated artists — says he was on his way to a meeting with a client after buying a MAGA hat when he came across a group of “kids,” who he described as being 18 to 20 years old, while walking on Canal Street toward West Broadway.

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He says he was passing the group when a girl in the group “flipped” his hat onto the street. Allegedly, when he bent down to get it, the rest of the group “started pounding” on him, grabbed his head and hit it against a pole.

Turan claims the group was shouting anti-Trump sentiments including “f— Trump” while attacking him.

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The posh art gallery owner said after the attack, he made his way across the street where he called the police. Turan claims the teens were still making anti-Trump statements when the police arrived, but that the police officers did nothing.

Bradley Byrne tweeted a video of Turan’s interview.

What do you think? Should crimes committed by anti-Trump thugs against his supporters be treated as “hate crimes?” Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

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