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Young Black Woman Assaulted, Kicked Out of Trump Rally in Kentucky: ‘I was Called a N*gger and a C*nt’

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Screenshot from WLKY

A University of Louisville student said she was violently pushed, verbally attacked and assaulted as white men twice her size forced her out of a Kentucky rally for presidential candidate Donald Trump on Super Tuesday.

“I was called a n—– and a c–t and got kicked out,” said Shiya Nwanguma, a respected student at the University of Louisville to a local news reporter in a video posted on Facebook. “They were pushing and shoving at me, cursing at me, yelling at me, called me every name in the book. They were disgusting and dangerous.”

In the small clip, you can see men pushing the young woman. An older man in white started the assault, then a bearded man with a red cap began to join in. As he pushes the woman, you can see him yell at the anti-Trump protester.

Nwanguma said she was shocked beyond belief and that no one came to her rescue. She said neither the Secret Service nor event security stepped in to bring order to the situation.

Nwanguma was protesting against Trump’s campaign, which has garnered support of widely known white supremacists and Neo-Nazi groups and members. The campaign has become the epicenter of a new wave of overt racism and white nationalism that the Republican presidential candidate denies exists.

“The Donald Trump phenomenon is proof that racism is not limited to the South, nor to a few Klansmen wearing white sheets, though even the Klan supports this man. And yet, in a nation in denial about white supremacy, racism is viewed as a thing of the past in this so-called post-racial Obama era, even as it is in full view and just as strong as ever,” reports Atlanta Blackstar.

According to the New York Daily News, “We now know that those Trump supporters are open bigots, Neo-Nazis, and white supremacists belonging to many different groups including the Traditionalist Worker Party — a well-documented hate group. Their social media profiles are full of Nazi photos, KKK and white supremacist references, and some of the most insulting, despicable hate speech you’ll ever see.”

The man with the red cap in the video has been identified as Matthew Heimbach, a supporter of the Traditionalist Worker Party.

This same man started a white student union at Towson University in 2012.

The assault of the young woman harkens back to the violence Black civil rights activists faced in the 1950s and 60s during lunch counter sit-ins and peaceful marches.

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11 thoughts on “Young Black Woman Assaulted, Kicked Out of Trump Rally in Kentucky: ‘I was Called a N*gger and a C*nt’

  1. Ok so she was called a ni**er and a c*nt but what happened at the rally ?

  2. There would be no more peaceful Trump rallies if that had been my daughter, granddaughter or relative of any kind. And my seven sons would show those two white trash cracker men a thing or two. — Rev. George Brooks

  3. So, please tell me that a WHOLE BUNCH of black life matters folks are going to show up at a Donald "Hitler" Trump next time. The yooung black female should not have been there alone, but with an "army" of protesters. AND return time and time again. — Rev. George Brooks

  4. Ebony Brown says:

    Terry Moore And I am pretty sure, you calim to be a Christian ,yet you have so much hate in your heart. Hating people for the color of thier skin is like hating someone for being a boy; niether one had a choice. Just remember in this life we have a choice, dont choose to hate.

  5. Tarik Tyler says:

    Did she go down there by herself? If so, that was foolish.

  6. so this college idiot was expecting to be called up on stage to say a few words , proof being educated dont mean you're smart

  7. Ebony Brown just because someone says they are christian.. does not mean they do not hate others. look up what a christian is…

  8. Dave Mills says:

    Can anyone at ABS do Anything at all about those anyoying – Money making adverts – Dammnn!!!

  9. George, are you really a reverend? Like Al Sharpton or Jessie Jackson. If so why are you preaching violence?

  10. Dennis J. Chmiel Its self-defense, deal with it cracker.

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