A man in Florida rammed Trump's campaign tent almost crushing six people
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A man in Florida rammed Trump's campaign tent almost crushing six people


On Saturday afternoon, the Republican party hater drove into the tent at full speed with volunteers campaigning for Donald Trump. At that time, there were six people near the tent, according to police, none of them were seriously injured.

As it turned out later that day, the truck driver was the 27-year-old Gregory Timm. Authorities arrested him a few hours later and charged with aggravated assault and criminal mischief.

According to eyewitnesses and victims, at about 2 pm, an unknown man drove up to the tent, then accelerated and demolished the structure, then disappeared from the scene of the crime, showing an indecent gesture. After the arrest, Jacksonville Police Department suspended Timm's driver's license.

US President Donald Trump later commented on the incident on Twitter.


“We are investigating this as an aggravated assault. Several people were in the area and could have been seriously hurt... we are taking the situation very seriously,” the Sheriff's Office told Daily Wire before Timm's arrest.


Many people supporting Republicans, and in particular Donald Trump, attribute the increasing outburst of hatred and aggression to the acquittal of the US president in the impeachment case.

We previously reported a frenzied student from Arizona University who shouted “Slash His Throat and Every Republican” on camera.

Author: Usa Really