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A man and a woman have been arrested on charges of assault after allegedly confronting, attacking, and punching a man at a Portland bar for wearing a pro-Trump MAGA hat.
Luke Lenzner was on a date with his wife when he says that 23-year-old Adebisi Okuneye approached him and asked him if his hat was a “Make America Great Again” Trump hat.
When Lenzner affirmed that it was, Okuneye tried to take the hat off his head while other people in the bar surrounded him and started hurling insults at him and his wife.
The mob’s confrontation of Lenzner culminated in 22-year-old Leopold Hauser sucker punching him in the face!
“Surrounding me, like literally surrounding me, pushing me. I’m just trying to get through, trying to stop the person from hitting me, from taking my hat, and then I get sucker punched,” spoke Luke Lenzner of the assault.
Okuney and Hauser have since been arrested for the alleged attack.
Portland is a dangerous place for Trump supporting patriots and conservatives.
Keep in mind this is the same city where Antifa has been running rampant, attacking non-fighting civilians for their political beliefs.
This is what happens when liberals rule.
Watch pro-Trump Luke Lezner's story about the attack against him here:
Local Portland news source Fox 12 has more details:
Portland police say a man and woman were arrested early Saturday morning for assault, and the man who was attacked says it's all because of his "Make America Great Again" hat.
At around 12:50 a.m., officers responded to the report of a disturbance at the Growler's Taproom, located in the 3300 block of Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard.
At the scene, officers located Luke Lenzner with injuries to his face.
Lenzner told FOX 12 that he and his wife were on a date night. He said right when they got there, they were attacked outside the patio by people upset about the hat.
"I got mobbed by everybody that was in that bar outside. People came from the inside out - just circled me and my wife," said Lenzner.
Security camera footage provided by the bar shows the couple did try and make their way in, but it doesn't appear to be very busy. In fact, bar staff say they were already done serving for the night and that they told the couple they were closing.
Lenzner attests that things escalated between people outside the bar. That's when police say 22-year-old Leopold A. Hauser and 23-year-old Adebisi A. Okuneye assaulted Lenzner and his wife.
"Surrounding me, like literally surrounding me, pushing me. I'm just trying to get through, trying to stop the person from hitting me, from taking my hat, and then I get sucker punched," Lenzner told FOX 12.
Hauser and Okuneye had left before police arrived, but Lenzner was able to give them a license plate number.
The suspects were arrested a few blocks away.
The Washington Examiner also said:
Two people in Portland were charged with assault after they allegedly assaulted a man wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat.
Adebisi Okuneye, 23, and Leopold Hauser, 22, appeared in court Monday on third-degree assault charges after they punched Luke Lenzner in a bar for wearing the hat supportive of President Trump, according to the Oregonian.
Hauser admitted to Portland police the pair were "mean mugging" because of the political statement of the "MAGA" hat. "Arms were flying everywhere," Hauser added.
Okuneye said Lenzner had come up to her and said, “(expletive), do you like my hat?” An argument then commenced, which culminated with punches being thrown. Hauser and Okuneye are set to be indicted on Sept. 6.