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MMA Fighter Takes Down Violent Anti-Trump Protester

We’re not going to lie to you — we got a kick out of watching this.

A Veteran’s Day flag waving event in Oregon was cut short when mixed martial artist Tara LaRosa intervened to break-up a fight, allegedly instigated by a self-identified “professor” and anti-Trump protester.

The video doesn’t show what happened before, but it’s obvious who the aggressor was. La Rosa, a woman who weighs in at 134 pounds, is shown subduing an erratic woman. Other voices in the video can be heard pointing out that the woman on the ground assaulted someone, and that the entire incident was recorded on video.

Days after the confrontation, and LaRosa was the target of Twitter mobs attempting to de-platform her for allegedly attacking the woman in question. In other words, its just another day in the culture war.

Violent altercations have become sadly common during political demonstrations, particularly in places like Portland, Oregon. We don’t get to see the whole fight, but you’ll notice that LaRosa was holding back quite a bit to make sure she didn’t cause any actual damage.

From the looks of it, this person just wasn’t used to having her own childish behavior challenged. Watch the clip below.


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