Peterson recalls physical assault at Women's March

Wednesday, January 23, 2019
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Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

GOP and Dems duking it outA conservative black activist says he was assaulted at the recent "Women's March" in Los Angeles simply because he is a Trump supporter.

Jesse Lee Peterson tells OneNewsNow he was interviewing two women during the march when they grew angry.

"Most of those people were violent and angry, and man hating, American hating," Peterson recalls. "And they really hate the "great white hope," Donald Trump."

Peterson

Recounting the incident in a World Net Daily story, Peterson says one woman repeatedly kicked him while the second assaulted him with "blows to my head, neck and shoulders."

Peterson, a vocal defender of President Trump, described the event's unofficial theme as anti-white and anti-male, and pro-abortion and pro-illegal aliens.

Apparently the marchers decided to take out their hatred of Trump on a supporter, Peterson adds.

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