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Susan Rice’s Republican Son Assaulted at Pro-Kavanaugh Rally

John David Rice-Cameron, son of President Barack Obama’s National Security Advisor Susan Rice, is pressing charges against a liberal student who allegedly assaulted him at a rally to support Brett Kavanaugh.

He had been attending the pro-Kavanaugh event earlier this week when a liberal student in part of a counterprotest group allegedly “hit him” and “forcefully pushed him back.”

Fox News reports that the student, a sophomore named Melinda Hernandez, was placed under a private-person arrest and issued a citation for battery in response to the charges.

“She got in my face and proceeded to hit me in the chest area and push me back forcefully,” Rice-Cameron told The Stanford Daily. “Nobody should be assaulted on campus, under any circumstances.”

Rice-Cameron was subject to violence at the hands of the left, because of one trait – he is the Stanford College Republicans president.

Rice-Cameron is an ardent supporter of President Trump, featured in the Stanford Politics Magazine as “a vociferous right-wing agitator,” who was preparing for an upcoming event titled ‘Make Stanford Great Again.’

It would appear the incitement to violence promulgated by folks like Maxine Waters, Cory Booker, Hillary Clinton, and most recently, Eric Holder, came back and bit one of their own.

No word on whether or not Susan Rice will be appearing on five different network news shows to tell people that the assault was the result of an obscure YouTube video – like she did after the Benghazi terror attack in 2012.

What we do know is that liberal protesters have become consistently more emboldened since prominent Democrats have given them a thumbs up on physical altercations against Republicans.

Rice recently stirred headlines when she hinted at a challenge to Republican Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) who made a well-received speech showing her support for Brett Kavanaugh prior to his Supreme Court confirmation vote.

“I really have little interest in what she has to say,” Collins scoffed at Rice, echoing the sentiments of many Americans.

Rice said she would consider running against Collins in 2020 because Maine and the U.S. “deserve better,” a direct response to the Senator’s support for Trump’s Supreme Court Justice. The same man her son was out defending when he got attacked.

The Stanford College Republicans issued a statement saying, “Yesterday’s events are yet another example of the violence and thuggery that is increasingly common from the unhinged left.”

Might as well get used to it – Democrats have no intention of putting out the fire anytime soon.

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