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WATCH: Female protester sneaks up on cop, his horse kicks and sends her sailing for animal cruelty

Never look a gift horse in the mouth, or the rear—OUCH!

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When a lefty communist agitator tried to sneak up on a horse-mounted cop with seeming animal cruelty up her sleeve, his horse took matters into his own hooves and sent the commie sailing.

Two police officers were on their horses with their backs to a woman. She ran up and appeared to intentionally hit the police horse. She got a kick out of her behavior, and it must really be physically painful as well as highly embarrassing. The horse hit her back, much harder, and actually sent her reeling, landing on the nice hard pavement. Ouch! I’d say that was one very well-placed karma kick. You can watch the video below:

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I don’t know what it is with these leftists and being mean to animals. I mean, I always knew they were hateful people, but I at least thought they’d care about animals. Apparently not—I have seen video after video of them tormenting police horses. These are the type of people who would kick a dog if they knew it belonged to a Trump supporter. Sick stuff. With laws expressly written regarding intentional harm to any law enforcement dog or horse, this young animal abuser should have been arrested.

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