Dallas police arrested a man last night outside the American Airlines Center. Police working the rally were made aware of an armed man wearing body armor around 6:30 p.m.
Police later discovered he had a license to carry the weapon. The man was taken into custody and transported to an area hospital for an evaluation.
It was all fun and games until the armed man wearing body armor and a backpack headed toward the protesters. Dallas police moved in and arrested him, reportedly confiscating a pistol, gas mask, knee pads, mace, and a video camera. The youngish-looking man wearing an Incel Wars t-shirt was taken to a hospital for observation.
Dallas police confirmed that the man has a license to carry the weapon.
Is the man a Trump supporter who was angry with the protesters? Is he someone who wishes harm to President Trump? It isn’t clear as I write this Friday morning. His name hasn’t been released. The Oath Keepers, a militia group, pledged to provide security for the rally against potential Antifa rioters. A D-List Hollywood celebrity posted a tweet that was taken down as a violation of Twitter policy. More
Thursday evening when Trump tweeted out a photo of the large crowds lined up at his rally in Dallas, Tom Arnold brought up the JFK Assassination and told the President: “Don’t get too cocky traitor. They showed up for JFK too” he tweeted.
Too bad we have been trained to archive as soon as we see. The internet is forever, Tom.
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