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Trump Supporter Spits On Latino At Rally (VIDEO)

Someone even got spittin' mad.
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Donald Trump's supporters got spittin' mad at a group of protesters who showed up to exercise their First Amendment right to object to Trump's racist immigration policy proposals.

During a Donald Trump campaign rally in Richmond, Virginia, on Wednesday, the real estate mogul's supporters got into a physical confrontation with protesters who joined the event to object to Trump's immigration policies.

At the event of nearly 5,000 people, about 20 protesters, some of whom were students at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), began heckling Trump when he began talking about immigration, according to CNN. Protesters were escorted out of the event by security and police officers, and numerous protesters got into verbal and physical altercations with other attendees at the event.

Wingers will inevitably claim it was the "left's thugs" who started the fights, but in the video above, we have evidence of how things were really going. The spit was flying in one direction, and it certainly looks as though it went right to left.

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