WATCH: #BlackLivesMatter Gang Attack White Man For Wearing This Hat

For a group that wants everyone to be treated as equals, they don’t lead by example. The left is only tolerant of their ideas. If you don’t agree, you’re “asking for trouble”.

Disturbing video footage shows a man being surrounded and beaten by a leftist mob because he is wearing a “Make America Great Again” Trump hat.

The incident occurred yesterday in El Cajon, California during a ‘Black Lives Matter’ protest.

The clip shows leftists (always eager to display their tolerance when it comes to diversity of opinion) verbally abusing 21-year-old Feras Jabro and demanding he leave the area as they chant “f**k Trump!”

WIthin seconds, one of the agitators smacks Jabro in the back of the head.

“You ain’t being attacked, you asking for trouble,” claims one of the agitators.

“I was just hit in the back of the head simply for the hat I’m wearing,” the Trump supporter responds.

The leftists then try to steal Jabro’s hat as they become more aggressive.

The Trump supporter is briefly pushed to the ground as more agitators attack him. He tries to leave the area as they pursue him.

Jabro then screams in panic as the agitators begin to beat him while he lies on the ground.

“Get the f**k out of here!” BLM protesters scream as Jabro attempts to leave.

“I just got beat up and attacked!” exclaims the Trump supporter.

Despite being in a state of panic, he is then surrounded by moreaggressive BLM supporters.

Police then arrive and protect Jabro as he tells them, “I was scared to death, man!”

The officer explains that the beating was spotted from a police helicopter and that’s why they were able to arrive on the scene within minutes.

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