Antifa Tries to Stop MAGA Hat-Wearing Reporter from Covering March

Another attack on a Trump supporter occurs in D.C. — see the video within, which clearly shows what happened

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His name is Ben Bergquam.

And on Saturday, a video showed members of Antifa trying to stop him from reporting on and recording their march.

Bergquam works for America’s Voice News.

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It’s one of the conservative news networks available for an audience seeking more voices and direction, given that the opposition media have reported negatively over 92 percent of the time on President Donald Trump — since even before his election to the White House.

Watch the video here:

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Check out these tweets about the march as well:

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