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Police Officer Blasts ‘Hateful’ Anti-Trump Protesters In Viral Video

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A cop’s video blasting protesters who attended a Donald Trump rally in Tucson, Arizona, has gone viral.

Tucson Police Officer Brandon Tatum said he went to the rally on Saturday to judge for himself what Trump’s supporters are like.

He posted a video on Facebook saying that he was shocked by the “hateful,” “evil” and “verbally violent” anti-Trump protesters.

Tatum said on “Fox and Friends” this morning that Trump’s supporters, on the other hand, were kind, nice and receptive.

Despite that, those people were verbally harassed by the protesters, being dubbed “racists” and other insulting terms just for attending the rally.

“It was hurtful and uncalled for in my opinion,” Tatum told Steve Doocy. “They were in there to agitate people. I felt very uncomfortable.”

Tatum revealed that after attending the rally, he has chosen to support Trump in the 2016 race.

“He has the ability to make this country great again. So I definitely endorse Donald Trump.”

My experience at Donald Trump’s rally in Tucson, AZ. #PressPlay**Please go and support my Like Page “Brandon Tatum”. I have gotten thousands of friend requests and positive messages. Facebook will not allow everyone to be my friend. I can openly communicate with you all on the like page. God Bless you. *I’d like to add that after further investigation the protester that was punched did not provoke the other male, according to authorities. I don’t need to state the obvious regarding my stance on assault.

Posted by Brandon Tatum on Saturday, March 19, 2016

HT: Misty

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