Kyle Chapman, the ‘Based Stick Man,’ also known as the ‘Alt-Knight,’ was wearing a gas mask and carrying a long stick at the Berkeley March4Trump this weekend. He was arrested on six felony charges for hitting anti-Trump demonstrators with the stick. WeSearchr has raised over $73,000 for Chapman’s legal defense after GoFundMe rejected his campaign. -GEG
On Saturday, March 4, 2017, left-wing ANTIFA terrorists descended on the March 4 Trump rally in Berkeley, California.
They egged a man holding a ‘House the Homeless’ sign and even pepper-sprayed an elderly Trump supporter in the face.
All this just a month after the violent, George Soros-funded ANTIFA riot in Berkeley over Milo Yiannopoulos’ scheduled speech at UC Berkeley — when police “refused to intervene” and only one suspect was arrested.
But all hope was not lost: enter Based Stick Man.
Defending free speech with a helmet, gas mask, shield emblazoned with the American flag, and a big long stick, Based Stick Man held back the hordes of ANTIFA terrorists trying to shut down the March 4 Trump event.
Until the Berkeley Police decided to arrest him. And charge him with up to 6 felonies.
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