Trump’s Biker Gang Just Went After A Trump Fan At A Rally For The Worst Reason

A man named Neil Makhija went to the President’s 100-day rally in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – like everyone else – to watch the President speak. Instead, he was nearly assaulted by other Trump supporters.

A protestor near Makhija held up a sign that read, “The sea levels are rising,” which led to her ouster from the rally. “Then a supporter just pointed at me and said, ‘Hey, take that guy too,’ and they went after me.”

Makhija said that a group of men – part of the “Bikers for Trump” group – surrounded him and forced him up against a wall with their chests.

Makhija was ejected from the arena before ultimately coming back inside to continue watching the rally for which he came.

Makhija said it was a “disturbing moment.”

“They went way beyond what people should do.”

Trump’s entire presidency was built on divisiveness, so it should come as no surprise that Makhija, who was only at the rally as a spectator, was baselessly singled out and nearly assaulted by a gang of men. This, however, is the America that Donald Trump has created, and even Trump’s own supporters are falling victim to its effects.

Watch the incident below, starting at the 0:30 mark.

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