Last Updated on February 17, 2022
A Trump supporter, Bailey Chase, was savagely assaulted by an anti-Trump mob while stopping at a gas station in Oklahoma City on Saturday, according to the social media posts and a GoFundMe set up by his brother, TJ Chase.
The man’s brother, TJ Chase, wrote about the assault on Twitter. In addition, Bailey’s family posted a GoFundMe to help cover his medical expenses, which further detailed the situation.
The attack took place when Bailey stopped at a gas station in the Bricktown neighborhood of Oklahoma City. The vehicle in which Bailey was riding in had a Trump flag on it.
When a group of nearby men – described by TJ as “a large group of bikers” – saw the vehicle, they immediately started screaming at Bailey and his girlfriend.
“Get out of here,” the group told Bailey. “You don’t belong here.”
Bailey endured 28 stitches, a concussion and broke all his upper front teeth. The mob also “ripped” his girlfriend from his truck by her hair and beat her as well.
The mob went on to tear the “Trump flag off the truck and started stomping and dancing on it”, making clear that the attack was politically motivated.
TJ claimed that the attack on his brother was so brutal that it “nearly end[ed] his life”.
Late Saturday night in OKC my brother and his girlfriend were viciously assaulted by a large group of bikers for flying a Trump flag on their vehicle. Nearly ending his life and leaving him with 28 stitches, a concussion, and breaking all of his upper teeth. GoFundMe link below pic.twitter.com/jfp3cGwcpi
— Tj Chase (@Tjchase147) October 21, 2020
Local news outlet KOCO-TV confirmed the account with local police, adding that the police stated “the victim and his girlfriend were punched so hard that the man was bleeding from his nose, mouth and both eyes”.
This attack is the latest in a recent line of vicious mob assaults on Trump supporters in public places.
On October 17, National File revealed how Isabella DeLuca, the Outreach Director for Republicans for National Renewal, was hospitalized after a violent attack by Women’s March and Black Lives Matter activists after she waved a pro-Trump flag outside the Supreme Court of the United States in support of the President’s Supreme Court appointee, Amy Coney Barrett.
National File reported on her injuries:
After the leftists fled, DeLuca sought medical attention and was subsequently hospitalized.
DeLuca was given a cervical collar due to her extensive head and neck injuries, had her lips bloodied, and is also enduring blurry vision and dizziness.
That same day, Philip Anderson, an African-American free speech activist, was brutally attacked by Antifa and Black Lives Matter rioters for protesting social media censorship outside the Twitter headquarters in San Francisco, losing most of his front teeth.
Both DeLuca and Anderson were subsequently banned from Facebook and Instagram following the attacks.