Two years ago in San Jose, California, the police allegedly forced 20 Trump supporters to walk directly into and through a violent mob of anti-Trump rioters after a Trump rally. The police should have been protecting these people and instead, put them in harm’s way. This led to a lawsuit on the part of those Trump supporters against the San Jose Police Department.
Attorney Harmeet K. Dhillon appeared on the Tucker Carlson show to discuss the case. Most people may have forgotten about this horrific incident. However, others still remember the ordeal and believe it was intentional to some degree by some in the police department. The victims and their sympathizers have awaited the day of justice and now, after two years, are getting that opportunity.
The police involved are now learning of their fate after all of this. Dhillon reported last night that the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit will not allow the police officers to seek immunity in the case. That is good news, but I would note that I believe the police were following orders and the ones who really should be held accountable here are further up the political food chain.
Trump supporters – many sporting red Make America Great Again hats – who were attending a rally at the McEnery Convention Center, were met with hundreds of anti-Trump protesters as they were shepherded out of the building via a single exit.
The 20 Trump supporters were beaten and bloodied by communist anarchists who destroyed cars, brandished Mexican flags and spread chaos and havoc in the streets. They chased down and beat the Trump supporters. These are some of the forerunners of the Antifa movement. They threw eggs at these people and hit them in the back of their heads with bags of rocks.
Elderly people were not spared either and it is a wonder that no one was k****d during all of this. Some Trump supporters were sucker punched as they tried to get to their vehicles. A video shows the angry mob kicking and attacking vehicles as the Trump supporters attempted to leave the mob scene. Clothes were ripped off their backs and glasses were snatched as Trump supporters tried to get the heck out of there… it was definitely like being in a third world country and just as violent and terrifying.
Thank you @TuckerCarlson for inviting me to your show to discuss the recent 9th Circuit ruling in favor of my @dhillonlaw clients suing San Jose in a federal civil rights lawsuit stemming from police conduct of forcing Trump supporters to walk through a riot after a Trump rally: pic.twitter.com/eqGlSrBdWJ
— Harmeet K. Dhillon (@pnjaban) August 2, 2018