Trump Supporter Abused
By Mark McConville
A DONALD Trump supporter had to endure a tirade of abuse after wearing a T-shirt adorning the slogan ‘Build the Wall’.
Shocking footage has captured the TEN-minute-long verbal attack by two people who do not agree with Trump and his supporters.
The couple shout at software developer Nathan Morton (37) and repeatedly ask him if he is racist and question his intelligence before calling him ‘a piece of shit’.
Mr Morton shot the footage after being approached by the confrontational pair in the community centre of his apartment complex in Santa Rosa, California as he tried to do some work on his computer.
“I was sitting in the community centre of my apartment complex wearing a #BuildtheWall shirt from Donald Trump’s media shop,” he said.
“I had been there all day working and had seen the Asian girl in the video, Erika, earlier when she had apparently spotted me and decided to circle back and engage me.
“She was playing a game of pool in the rear of the community centre where I was sitting with one of her friends and at some point, after a couple wine drinks she decided that I had not been giving her sufficient eye contact, so she brought in another friend to interrogate me for attention.”
Mr Morton did not react to the intended provocation but has had to put up with another confrontation since.
“I felt dejected, degraded and somewhat powerless,” he said.
“Since then the guy, Jared approached me in the gym with a couple of people screaming at me about how I ruined the Asian girl’s life and how she was in the hospital.
“He also accused me of illegal wiretapping (publishing content without permission) which is a bunk charge non-sequitur and told me he was going to drain my bank account with a civil lawsuit.”
Mr Morton supports Donald Trump as he thinks he will ‘make America great again’ and hopes his video will show the double standards in society.
“Most of the reactions I have seen are sympathetic to the injustice of double-standards-based anti-social behaviour shown in the video and appreciative of the mature patience I showed in the face of that adversity,” he said.
“It’s important to have law and order as well as continuity in transparent principles. What we see today is double-standards based on personal preferences; it is anarchic subversion masquerading as public policy.
“I would just like to be a good example for the Trump generation.”
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