BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – A fun night of fireworks was ruined for a Boynton Beach man. Jeff Good says he was attacked for having a President Trump flag in his yard.
Good said he was watching fireworks in his driveway when someone drove in front of his house and started yelling at him about President Trump, West Palm Beach Local News 5 reported.
Last Night on the 4th of July around 9:30 pm one of My neighbors was physically assaulted for the sole reason that he has Trump Flag in his front yard.
Jeff was standing outside watching the local fireworks when an older male with gray hair and a female in a small car possibly silver stopped in front of his house and began talking when Jeff walked up to the car the hear what he was saying the male in the car started complaining about Our President and told Jeff that he needed to remove the flag for his yard.
When Jeff told he would not the male then punched Jeff in the face when the favor was returned the male stepped on the gas and drug Jeff at least 30 feet down the road before he became free from the car. This is completely unacceptable.
Donald Tarca Jr. – Update the person has been found and lives in Gulfview Harbor he has admitted to the police that it was him but of course he says Jeff hit him first but he was found because he stopped on the road and was yelling at some young men that lighting fire works than they saw him drive 50 yards ahead and stop and saw when Jeff walked up to his car.
The young men are the ones that came to me and told me the make a model of the car and when he came back later they saw what street he lived on I forwarded this information to the police. They contacted him. I will not give out the name I am hoping that he is willing to admit he was wrong and publicly apologize.
In another recent attack on a Trump supporter:
WHATABURGER in San Antonio because he was wearing a Trump-supporting MAGA hat.Read full article and watch the attack on video here.
In the video, you can see a man throw a drink in 16-year-old Hunter Richard’s face before leaving the restaurant with his hat. Hunter said some of his hair was pulled during the assault.
“I support my President and if you don’t let’s have a conversation about it instead of ripping my hat off. I just think a conversation about politics is more productive for the entire whole rather than taking my hat and yelling subjective words to me,” he said. News 4 San Antonia
Chris “Badger” Thomas is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.