Kelley Paul afferma che la violenza dei sostenitori di Trump da parte della DC "riporta alla mente ricordi orribili,’ chiama "pregiudizio dei media’

Kelley Paul says DC violence of Trump supporters 'brings back awful memories,' calls out 'media bias'

Kelley Paul, wife of Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., weighed in on the violence that took place over the weekend against Trump supporters and said what she sawbrings back awful memoriesthat she and her husband experienced during the Convenzione nazionale repubblicana.

Più di 20 people were arrested amid violent clashes between supporters of Presidente Trump e controprotestatori following the “Million MAGA marzo” in the nation’s capital on Saturday.

Several videos that circulated on Twitter over the weekend show anti-Trump demonstrators shouting at families, sucker-punching people in the street, and harassing an elderly woman carrying a Trump flag.

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Others were doused with liquid substances and hit with eggs.

Videos also show counterprotesters marching in the streets and tossing what appeared to be fireworks into an outdoor seating area of a restaurant while diners were seated.

Sabato sera, Kelley Paul took to Twitter and reacted to what she was seeing taking place at the nation’s capital.

Watching video of people being assaulted and mobbed by BLM / Antifa in DC tonight brings back awful memories,” lei scrisse. “Want an example of media bias? When @RandPaul and I spoke out about our mob assault, the @AP reported our claim was ‘without evidencedespite 10 minutes of video.

She was referring to the harassment she and her husband faced after leaving the White House on the final night of the GOP convention back in August.

Al tempo, The Associated Press ran the headline “Suo. Paul complains about ‘angry mobencounter after RNC,” and began its report with “Suo. Rand Paul, who was surrounded by screaming protesters when he and his wife left President Trump’s Republican National Convention speech at the White House, claimed without evidence on Friday that he had been ‘attacked by an angry mobof the type that would be unleashed in Joe Biden’s America.

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Following the hostile altercation, Kelley Paul called out Politico for appearing to downplay the incident by sayingProtesters confront Rand Paul outside White House after RNC.

No @politico, we were not ‘confronted’ by protestors. We were circled by a hateful mob shouting vile expletives, preventing us from moving,” Paul tweeted.

Senator Paul’s office did not immediately respond to Fox News’ richiesta di commento.

Fox News’ Stephen Sorace contributed to this report.

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