Donald Trump’s warning of his impending indictment on Tuesday never came to fruition, causing conflicting reports among his base following public shows of support for the legally embattled former president.
On Saturday, Trump took to social media and wrote an all-caps post advocating for protests in his defense as Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is reportedly getting closer to issuing an indictment pertaining to an alleged $130,000 hush money payment to adult film actress Stormy Daniels.
Video circulating online Monday appeared to show various individuals in New York City, including in front of Trump Tower, holding signs and expressing support for Trump. Some of the individuals were wearing face masks.
Many self-professed Trump supporters said on sites including Twitter that the face masks indicate that the “protests” are staged by leftists to humiliate Trump.
One of the protesters, who really stood out in the crowd, was dressed as the infamous “Q-Anon Shaman,” who was recently sentenced to four years of prison for his role in walking around the White House under close supervision of the Capitol Police.
Two of the likely fake Trump supporters called out the “Q-Anon Shaman” look-alike, suggesting he was an undercover federal agent, and asked him to prove he wasn’t wearing a wire. The “Q-Anon Shaman” male obliged the two black male, neither one of whom were wearing any Trump gear, to indicate they were Trump supporters and took off his clothes from the waist up to prove he wasn’t wired.
The investigative journalist tweeted about the Anarchist tattoo she noticed on the neck of the “Trump supporter” who asked the “Q-Anon Shaman” to prove he wasn’t wearing a wire. He “joined in jumping an cheering” with the crowd of actual Trump supporters,” she reported. But then, something caught her eye, “I noticed his circle-A tattoo—the classic symbol prominently associated with Antifa and anarchists,” she tweeted.
He knew I noticed, then put his hoodie up,” she wrote.
Something interesting though – notice the black guy behind them who joined in jumping and cheering?
I noticed his circle-A tattoo – the classic symbol prominently associated with Antifa and anarchists. He knew I noticed and then put his hoodie up. pic.twitter.com/NrDJ4ZidcM
— Rebecca Brannon (@RebsBrannon) March 21, 2023
Oops! And just like that—when Brannon noticed the Anarchist neck tat, he quickly hid it by pulling up his hoodie.
Also, we have a picture of Walter Masterson who is well known NYC-based left-wing agitator who is known to dress up as a Trump supporter.
We’ve received several tips indicating he very well may have hired this “Shaman” since he’s known for creating spectacles/shock videos for MSM.
After more digging, can also officially confirm lots of suspicion surrounding the authenticity of this ‘Shaman Trump supporter’ to actually be aspiring actor Danny Wolverton aka ‘specialhead’ from Brooklyn, NY who appeared on America’s Got Talent 9 years ago and produces ‘viral skits’ on his YouTube channel. Seems entire spectacle was to discredit Trump supporters and bait mainstream media.
Several users said, “Trump supporters don’t wear masks.” Others referred to “paid leftist actors and agitators,” some of whom were purportedly paid by the media.
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