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Read This Bizarre Interview With The Maniac Who Charged Trump on Saturday

A man who was stopped by the Secret Service from charging presidential candidate Donald Trump on Saturday in Dayton, Ohio, gave an interview to CNN that offered a glimpse inside the mind of a leftist protester.

Let me tell you, it is a cold, dark, empty, scary space.

After the incident, Trump tweeted a message praising the Secret Service and calling the protester — Tommy DiMassimo, 22, of Fairborn, Ohio — a “maniac” and accusing him of having ties to ISIS.

DiMassimo denies having ISIS ties, but he’s definitely some sort of maniac.

Update: On his Twitter feed, DiMassimo had previously posted a tweet saying his goal is martyrdom. The Daily Mail revealed that in previous protests, DiMassimo had dragged and stepped on the U.S. flag and burned a Confederate flag. His online posts reveal he is a fervent supporter of Sen. Bernie Sanders .

The headline on the CNN story says that DiMassimo calls Trump a bully, but this is an obvious case of psychological projection. CNN’s Martin Savidge asked him what he was thinking while charging the stage.

“I was thinking that Donald Trump is a bully, and he is nothing more than that,” DiMassimo said. “He is somebody who is just saying a lot of bold things. He’s making bold claims. But I can see right through that, and I can see that he’s truly just a coward, and he’s opportunistic, and he’s willing to destroy this country for power for himself.”

Sounds more like the description of a spoiled socialist college student who thinks he has the right to take away a presidential candidate’s freedom of speech because he doesn’t like what Trump says.

The self-appointed guardian of politically correct thinking continued:

“I was thinking that I could get up on stage and take his podium away from him, and take his mic away from him, and send a message to all people out in the country who wouldn’t consider themselves racist, who wouldn’t consider themselves approving of what type of violence Donald Trump is allowing at his rallies and send them a message that we can be strong, we can find our strength, and we can stand up against Donald Trump and against this new wave he’s ushering in of truly just violent, white supremist (sic) ideas.”

To restate without the self-aggrandizing leftist rationalization, this moron believed he has the right to determine what people can or cannot say and believe, and to prove it, he decided to protest some imagined wave of race-based white violence by violently charging the stage in an effort to steal the microphone and put out his message while shutting down Trump, whom people had actually come to hear.

Why isn’t this idiot in jail again?

The new meme developing from this past weekend seems to be that Trump inspires violence, but all we keep seeing is violence being started by the MoveOn, Black Lives Matter, Feel the Bern fascist types, to which a few of Trump’s supporters have responded in kind.

Now, Trump isn’t exactly discouraging his supporters from returning violence for violence; in fact, he has encouraged it from the podium.

However — and this is important — guys like this DiMassimo who think they alone have the right to speak and spread their Marxist, racist baloney by intimidating and baiting other people truly do deserve a punch in the nose.

These leftist protesters are the living definition of anti-American because they believe themselves to be a privileged class that can get away with anything they want at the expense of others. You’ve heard the comparisons of Trump to Hitler, but if anyone’s close to being Nazis and Brownshirts, it’s these animals we’ve seen recently invading Trump’s campaign events.

That shouldn’t be a big surprise because the George Soros-founded MoveOn and other Soros-connected groups are heavily involved in sponsoring these leftist cretins.

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Tad Cronn

Tad Cronn began his journalism career in 1983. While he earned awards for his work as a reporter and editor, his greatest joy is writing news commentary. Providing a conservative and often humorous outlook on current events, he now works as a freelance writer based in California.

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