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VIDEO: Antifa Applies Tourniquet to Man Screaming 'My Leg' Because of Small Flesh Wound


A video has emerged of antifa applying a tourniquet to a man with a small flesh wound on his leg likely caused by a rubber bullet.

The video shows antifa activists trying their best to deal with what appears to be nothing more than a slight flesh wound, most likely caused by a rubber bullet from riot police, by applying a tourniquet to the leg of the “victim.”

The video starts with a crowd surrounding the poor, downed man with the terrifying, life-threatening wound. “Breathe, breathe, breathe, breathe,” shouts one protestor, with another reminding him that “you’re good bro, you’re good!”

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As the tourniquet is applied by a woman, the man screams. Other protestors also do their best to help by applying some form of gauzes to the wound.

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Many online found the actions completely incredulous, with one describing it as “quite possible the worst example of first aid I have ever seen.”

“I don’t know what’s worse,” said another. “That lady wanting to use a tourniquet so badly she applies one for a literal scratch, or the dude sobbing and clutching a stranger’s hand like he’s about to get his leg amputated on the pavement.”

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A futher commentor asked if he was “missing something” from the video. “Is there an exit wound or something that is gushing out of sight? Why the hell would you put a tourniquet on that. I’ve bled more removing a hang nail,” he added.

One commentor noticed something a bit more serious – as the wound was “barely bleeding,” and didn’t require a tourniquet, they could “really damage” his limb by applying the tourniquet incorrectly.

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