Pro-Trump Rally in Huntington Beach Turns Violent

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The fights appeared to start in the early afternoon when around a dozen anti-Trump protesters dressed in all black refused to move from a bike path to allow a larger group of pro-Trump supporters taking part in the Make America Great Again rally to pass. The supporters reportedly started punching and kicking the masked man after the attack. "Awesome support. We will all MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!"

The pro-Trump rally was in support of veterans, first responders, and law enforcement.

Pearsall said six people were originally detained.

Anti-Trump protesters clashed with marchers during a Pro-Trump rally in Huntington Beach, California, on Saturday. The organizers plan to march down the beach, collecting donations and showing their patriotism.

Two people suffered minor abrasions and four people were arrested, he said - three on suspicion of the felony offence of illegal pepper spray use and a woman for misdemeanour assault and battery.

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The Los Angeles Times reported that the black-clad Trump protester armed with pepper spray was also wearing a mask.

In contrast, leach-like anti-Trumpers can't seem to leave Trump supporters alone, and nearly always crash their events. KCBS reports that one person was pepper-sprayed by a demonstrator and another was punched.

Nearby, counter protesters blared bullhorns and carried flares as they attempted to disrupt the rally.

The violence erupted when the march of about 2,000 people at Bolsa Chica State Beach reached a group of about 30 counter-protesters, some of whom began spraying them, according to Capt. Kevin Pearsall of the California State Parks Police.

A masked protester pushes a Trump supporter at a MAGA rally in Huntington Beach, March 25, 2017. The Trump demonstrators were greatly outnumbered, but believed they could form a human wall to stop the progress of the marchers.