Outrage as white supremacist leader is caught on camera punching a woman in the face during bloody brawl at pro-Trump rally in Berkeley (Two Pathetic Souls)
(Ed. Notes: I’m not sure where I fit in, anymore. Politically, at least. I think everyone is crazy and has lost their minds. Normally, I would side with a girl with dreadlocks, who I would consider my sister, but this girl is no sister or kind hearted soul, from what I gather. Emily Rose Marshall is allegedly an ANTIFA member who was seen throwing bottles. If this is the case, i’m torn, because I hate antifa, and believe they are an arm of the state, seeking to bring in Martial Law. On the other hand, I despise grown men punching women, and using a protest as an excuse to do so. All that Nathan Damigo wanted, was to punch a girl, who could not defeat him, physically. Pathetic soul. I could never be associated with his kind, or her kind. Both of them are pathetic souls.)
Outrage as white supremacist leader is caught on camera punching a woman in the face during bloody brawl at pro-Trump rally in Berkeley
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Nathan Damigo was seen sucker-punching a female anti-fascist protester after violence broke out on Saturday at a pro-Trump rally in Berkeley
Woman was knocked to the ground and was later seen wincing in pain
Damigo, who claims he’s an ex-Marine, is founder of a white supremacist group
Police are yet to confirm whether an investigation into the video is underway
Saturday’s rally coincided with thousands who marched across the country to pressure Trump to release his tax returns
The protest turned violent as counter-protesters showed up and both sides broke through netting
Hundreds threw stones, lit fires, tossed explosives and tear gas and attacked with makeshift weapons
At least 21 people have been arrested due to the violence in Berkeley
By Hannah Parry For Dailymail.com
Published: 11:06 EDT, 17 April 2017
The founder of a white supremacist group appears to have been caught on video punching a woman in the face at a pro-Trump rally in Berkeley.
Nathan Damigo was recorded sucker-punching anti-fascist protester, who goes by Louise Rosealma on social media, after violence broke out on Saturday between groups ofTrump supporters and detractors holding rallies in downtown Berkeley.
Rosealma, aka Emily Rose Marshall, was knocked to the ground by the force of the punch, and was later seen wincing in pain as she tentatively put her hand to her face.
A GoFundMe page, apparently set up by friends, reports that she required hospitalization after the assault and is now being targeted by alt-right trolls. The page has already raised more than $5,000.-
Damigo, who claims he is a former Marine, later posted a video on Twitter showing specks on blood down his arm and shirt. He claimed he’s been ‘administering first aid’ to someone.
Nathan Damigo was seen sucker punching the anti-fascist protester after violence broke out Saturday between groups of Trump supporters and detractors in downtown Berkeley
Friends of Rosealma report that she required hospitalization after the assault and is now being targeted by alt-right trolls (ANTIFA MEMBER ALLEGEDLY THROWING BOTTLES)
This image purports to show Emily Marshall, as an ANTIFA member throwing Bottles
Berkeley Police have yet to confirm whether an investigation into the video is underway.
At least 21 people were arrested after a pro-Trump ‘Patriots Day’ rally clashed counter-protesters at Berkeley’s Martin Luther King Jr Civic Center Park on Saturday.
Hundreds of people with opposing opinions on President Donald Trump threw stones, lit fires, tossed explosives and tear gas and attacked each other with makeshift weapons as police stood by.
About 250 police officers were deployed to try and quell the violence, as Berkeley officials turned to Oakland Police Department for backup, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Another picture shows Damigo, surrounded by his pro-Trump pals, squaring up to an anti-fascist protester.
Protesters on both sides were left bruised and bloodied after the rally turned into a brawl on Saturday
Trump supporters face off against protesters with smoke from a smoke bomb at Milvia St. and Center St. in Berkeley (Damigo, right)
The rally was organized by the Liberty Revival Alliance in response to the hundreds of Tax Marches being held in cities across the country – demanding Trump finally release his taxes.
This is the third time that violent confrontations have broken out on the city’s streets in recent months.
The footage of Damigo appeared to show other Trump supporters punching, kicking and stomping on the anti-fascist protesters.
Many were left bruised and bloodied by the violence at the rally.
Damigo, a former Marine corporal and the founder of a white supremacist organization Identity Evropa, has previously served two years in jail for armed robbery after he confessed he ‘flipped out on a guy,’ the Bee reported.
A former leader of the now defunct, National Youth Front, Damigo is also a huge supporter of Donald Trump.
During the week of Trump’s election, Damigo posted a video where he fantasized about a ‘Calexit’ the proposed secession of California, named after the UK’s Brexit.
‘The remaining few of us who are white would white-flight ourselves out of here and join you guys in the rest of the country, and we could do our own thing and California could just pretty much devolve into cannibalism,’ he said.
‘The state has just radically changed,’ said Damigo, who grew up in Silicon Valley and attended a private Baptist school. ‘If you’re white and you live here, it’s like being in a foreign country.’
Last year, Stanislaus State students complained that the 30-year-old, who was majoring in social studies at the school, was attempting to build ‘one of the fastest growing white supremacist groups in the U.S.’
A man is hit over the head with a Trump flag as fights break out between two opposing political protest groups and police stand by
The protester was left bloodied after being hit over the head by a Trump flag in one of many fights that broke out between Trump supporters and anti-Trump protesters in Berkeley
When students demanded he should be expelled, Stanislaus President Ellen Junn posted a statement on the university website saying that ‘Stanislaus State and the CSU have an obligation and commitment to the founding principles of our American democracy – a democracy that upholds the First Amendment’s protection of freedom of speech, even when that speech may be controversial or offensive to others.’
However, there have been renewed calls for his expulsion this weekend after the video of him assaulting the woman went viral.
DailyMail.com has reached out but so far, the university has not responded to the footage.
The alt right leader is the founder of white supremacist group Identity Evropa organization which uses imagery of Greek and Renaissance male statues as it tries to tout the superiority of whites.
While it does not appear that Damigo was arrested at the rally, more than 20 other protesters were taken into custody as a riot broke out.
Some of those arrested were on suspicion of a deadly weapon, according to Officer Byron White of the Berkeley Police Department and the LA Times.
Both sides threw explosives and sprayed tear gas at each other, and a number of people had to have milk poured into their eyes after being affected by the gas.