Documentarian and political provocateur Rod Webber showed up to a pro-Trump rally in Wilmington, Massachusetts, this Sunday, holding an anti-Trump placard while walking amongst the crowd. As footage he took from his camera shows, he was immediately met with shouts of anger and aggression from Trump supporters who were in attendance.
At one point, Webber was knocked to the ground by a rally attendee, but police led him away from the area without questioning or detaining the person who assaulted him.
“This is a free public space," Webber said. "I should be able to go on the stage, I should be able to go anywhere. Unless they have rented this space for the day, which they have not. It’s a public park. They have no more rights than me."
Watch the video below: