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‘Karma’s a b*tch!’ Man caught on video harassing Trump supporter, then crashing his car

On Sunday, Donald Trump Jr. tweeted out a video showing a MAGA supporter waving a Trump flag at a purported Biden supporter in a dark car declaring in his tweet: “karmas a b*tch.” The alleged liberal got so upset, he drove his car right into a light pole. In the background, you can hear a Trump supporter saying, “That’s what you get… for all that hate! All that hate!”

The driver tried repeatedly to disentangle from the pole and back up but his car wouldn’t cooperate. Someone shooting the video said, “It’s unfortunate that happened, but…” Then the police showed up and that is where the video ends.

The video went viral on Twitter with both sides commenting. But it was the Trump supporters who ruled the day with their retorts.

The video also went viral on Instagram and has been viewed on Twitter over 2.1 million times.

That was not the only thing that Donald Trump Jr. weighed in on over the weekend.

Donald Trump Jr. stepped up to defend conservatives who attended the ‘Million MAGA March’ as violence broke out in downtown Washington, D.C., and were attacked by violent Antifa and Black Lives Matter protesters. He also lambasted the media for not covering the violence.

He tweeted his outrage Sunday and said the press has emboldened this violence by likening Trump supporters to Nazis and essentially putting a target on their backs.

“By not covering all of the violence from the left over the last four years the media has allowed this to continue and to get worse,” he stated.

“If they even did a little bit of ‘journalism,’ public sentiment would be against these piece of sh** fascists pretending to be anti-fascists,” Don Jr. emphatically claimed.

He also added, “The media’s silence on the violence against Trump supporters is deafening.”

“After four years of calling them Nazis, at this point they might as well just dox them all or add the (sic) to AOC’s lists for the Gulags,” he wrote. “They are complicit in the violence. They are the worst of the worst.”

Reporters on the ground captured multiple incidents, particularly at “Black Lives Matter Plaza,” where Trump supporters were swarmed, harassed, and at times physically assaulted as the march ended. Thousands of Trump supporters arrived in the nation’s capital to attend the march, voicing support for Trump and backing allegations of voter fraud in the election.

In one incident, a female Trump supporter walking with her young children was accosted and a fight broke out. One of her daughters was seen crying as police escorted the family out.

Later that day, a large group of counter-protesters wearing black bloc attire mobilized and marched to the plaza. When they got there, they declared the area officially off-limits to Trump supporters. Fights began breaking out with pro-Trump individuals becoming the primary target.

One woman got her hat stolen, her flag stolen, and was hit in the back of the head after being forced to retreat from the area. Another young couple was harassed and had water and other objects thrown as the female screamed, visibly frightened by the incident.

Other attendees that were dining at a nearby restaurant had a firecracker thrown at their table. This caused everyone eating on the patio to run inside the restaurant, which quickly locked its doors. Meanwhile, fires rose up at the plaza as protesters burned pro-Trump memorabilia.

In addition to the Washington, D.C. event, pro-Trump protests and counterprotests were planned in other major cities around the country. Tens of thousands gathered in support of President Trump.

“Heartwarming to see all of the tremendous support out there, especially the organic Rallies that are springing up all over the Country, including a big one on Saturday in D.C. I may even try to stop by and say hello,” Trump wrote on Twitter on Friday.

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