When Bikers for Trump founder Chris Cox promised to form a “wall of meat” to protect citizens attending Donald Trump’s inauguration from dangerous anarchists, he meant what he said. They weren’t there looking for trouble, but if trouble found him or his fellow bikers, Cox had told Fox News that he was “sure” they would “stand strong.”
“We will stand shoulder-to-shoulder with our brothers, and toe-to-toe with anyone that’s going to be breaking down police barriers, assaulting women, spitting on them or throwing things,” Cox said before the big day.
Bizpac Review reports,
Turns out, on at least a few occasions, trouble did come knocking, and the Bikers for Trump founder told Fox Business host Stuart Varney all about it Monday.
“We had many clashes of our own. We served many knuckle sandwiches. We had a couple of nose rings knocked out of some protesters,” Cox told Varney.
After one protester spat on a biker and gave him the finger, “The biker gave him a knuckle sandwich, dislodged the nose ring and then he massaged his face with his knuckles several times after that. The police witnessed it, they walked up, they believed that the biker had reason to believe the protester was there to do harm to him, and they told the biker to have a nice day.”
Cox also described another pushing incident started by a protester and ended by one of the bikers.
Interestingly, and as testament to the fact that it’s still OK in America to defend oneself and others, not one biker was arrested.
“We’ve never had a biker arrested at any of our events. And those were just two of the five encounters that we had with protesters,” Cox told Varney.
And the best news?
“Donald Trump has created a brand-new demographic, one with sustainability, one that will be a sweet spot for Republicans for many years to come. Right now we’re about a quarter million members and soon we hope to be at a half a million members.”
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