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WATCH – Fed Up With Street Blocking Democrats, Man Plows Through Unruly Mob *VIDEO* #o4a #news

Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
October 28th, 2017


While a mob of unruly Democrats protested outside GOP House Rep Ed Royce’s office, demanding illegal aliens not be held accountable to the law, a driver got tired of waiting and drove through the crowd of mindless liberals.

Police briefly detained the man following the incident.

Authorities said the incident happened around 12:30 p.m. at the intersection of Brea Boulevard and Birch Street. It happened down the street from Republican U.S. Rep. Ed Royce’s office reports ABC7.

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Members of SEIU United Service Workers West union were in the crowd of about 200 people when they moved into the intersection.

While they illegally blocked the intersection, police said a driver on Birch Street continued trying to move through it even when protesters surrounded the vehicle.

As the man tried to navigate through the mob of Democrats, a demonstrator attacked his car, leaping onto the hood of the vehicle as the car moved forward and then stopped.

Police at the scene saw the incident and briefly detained the driver.

The driver, identified as 56-year-old Brea resident Daniel Wenzek, was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, but later released pending further investigation.

The union’s president, David Huerta, released a whining statement regarding the incident, saying six people were taken to a hospital for an evaluation. The incident was also called a “deliberate and hateful crime” in the statement.

But police described the situation as Wenzek just trying to get through the intersection. Protesters left the scene soon after the incident happened.

The investigation was ongoing.

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