Video: Air Force veteran speaks out about protesters turning against veteran

Video: Air Force veteran speaks out about protesters turning against veteranOn Saturday, supporters of President Trump held a rally in Berkeley, California where violence broke out by Antifa’s anarchists and several arrests were made but one incident infuriated veterans, including a U.S. Air Force veteran, who has spoken out to Fox and Friends.

One Antifa insulted a disabled Army veteran in a wheelchair and the leftist called the Army veteran “F**king un-American.”

The veteran was called un-American as he tried to stop the Antifa’s anarchists from burning the American flag.

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Now Air Force veteran Daryl Tempesta has spoken and said, “Berkeley protesters are fighting for things that veterans didn’t sign up to defend when they agreed to risk their lives for a lawful orderly society.”

Several people were observed by a Reuters reporter with bloodied faces and minor injuries, but there was no official word on casualties from authorities. Media, citing police, reported that at least 11 people were injured.

Police said more arrests could follow after video shot during the melee was reviewed.

The trouble unfolded when hundreds of Trump opponents staged a counter-rally alongside an event billed as a “Patriots Day” free-speech rally and picnic, organized by mostly Trump supporters.

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