Donald Trump Incites Violent Attack On Latino Man

Cierra Bailey
Two brothers carried out a brutal assault on a Hispanic man because "Donald Trump was right" about undocumented immigrants.

Good Ol' Donald Trump starting more trouble as his views about undocumented immigrants incited a violent attack on a homeless Hispanic man this week.

Two brothers, Scott and Steve Leader pleaded not guilty to beating and urinating on the 58-year-old victim, allegedly telling officers it was okay to violate him because he is homeless and Hispanic.

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One of them said he was inspired by the words of Donald Trump to carry out the attack.

““Donald Trump was right, all these illegals need to be deported,” Scott allegedly said to police after his arrest.

Scott has had previous run-ins with the law related to hate crimes as he served a year for committing a crime against a Moroccan man after 9/11.

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Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh said the brothers “should be ashamed of themselves.” Boston’s top prosecutor, Daniel F. Conley, called the case “sickening.”

After Trump got word of the alleged assault he said, “it would be a shame . . . I will say that people who are following me are very passionate. They love this country and they want this country to be great again. They are passionate.”

The brothers are currently being held in custody without bail.