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‘Huge crowd of 100’: Trump supporters, InfoWars nuts soundly mocked for Austin march

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Since the 2016 election, Trump supporters have taken to marching through liberal enclaves to “trigger” liberals.

In some cases, this has led to violence. And in Charlottesville, it turned violent after a white supremacist ran over group of peaceful anti-Trump marchers, killing one.

Austin, Texas got its turn today, with about 100 Trump supporters marching through the center of the liberal oasis in deep-red Texas.

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Extremist organizations like InfoWars were on hand. But the event ended with just one arrest—and with cops not even knowing which side the arrestee was on.

Here are tweets and video from the streets.

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