‘This is unreal’: Raging Trump supporter accuses random people of being ‘antifa’ near Brooklyn polling place
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On Election Day, Hilary Shepherd, a poll worker in Brooklyn, caught a Trump supporter intimidating and shouting at voters near the polling place, accusing random bystanders of being "antifa."


When accused of breaking election laws, he snapped, "I'm 100 feet away. Get a tape measure. I'm 100 feet away."

According to another witness, NYPD officers have been on the scene, but have done little in response to the intimidation tactics.