COPS DO NOTHING as supporter guarding Trump’s Walk of Fame star ATTACKED BY ANTIFA (VIDEO)


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Conservative YouTube star Baked Alaska was holding a pro-Trump rally at the President’s Walk of Fame star on Saturday when he was physically accosted by protesters. In a stunning incident caught on video, Los Angeles police on the scene do nothing to help the Trump supporters, and even defend the protesters “right” to make threats.


Timothy Treadstone, known as Baked Alaska on YouTube and Twitter, called on Trump supporters to rally at the President’s Walk of Fame star in Hollywood after learning of the planned protest. The rally, however, took a violent turn when ANTIFA protesters confronted Treadstone while he recorded video.

Treadstone was confronted by an African-American protester who mocked him as a “redneck” while Los Angeles police, who stood nearby, did nothing. The protester then grabbed Treadstone’s camera in an attempt to stop him from recording. Police then intervened, but did nothing to the protester.

Amazingly, Los Angeles police order Baked Alaska and pro-Trump supporters to leave the area, while doing nothing to the ANTIFA protesters. “I don’t care,” officers are heard saying over and over as Treadstone explains he was assaulted. When the officer is told the protester made repeated threats of violence, the officer is recorded saying “He can say what he wants,” and “People can say whatever they want.”

Cassandra Fairbanks of Big League Politics reports.

During the event, one of the anti-Trump protesters assaulted Timothy Treadstone, better known as Baked Alaska, who was livestreaming a conflict between the protester and a woman who was out to defend the star.

“The dude literally grabbed my phone and hand, he got in my face saying he was going to knock me out and the cops said that was okay,” Treadstone told Big League Politics. “They were on ANTIFA & BLM side all day it was disgusting.”

When police intervened, it was not to stop the aggressive protester who had just attempted to knock Treadstone’s phone out of his hand while threatening to knock him out.

“You’re going to get that camera out of my face or I’m going to knock you the f-ck out,” the aggressor tells Treadstone as the police made their way over to the altercation.

Immediately, the officers sided with the protester, telling Treadstone that he needed to move further down the sidewalk away from where they were.

“He grabbed my camera and said he was going to knock me the f-ck out!” Treadstone exclaimed.

The officer responded saying, “I understand that,” while continuing to demand that Treadstone leave the area of public sidewalk the pro-Trump group was gathered on.

“You need to go down there right now,” the officer demanded.

“Just me?” Treadstone asked.

“Yes, because as soon as you go down there all these people will follow,” the officer said.

“He came up and threatened to knock me out!” Treadstone attempted to report, once again.

At this point, the first officer appears to call for backup, as the other cop tells Treadstone, “I don’t care.”

“He can say what he wants,” the second officer asserts.

“He can say he’s going to knock me out and grab me?” Treadstone asks.

“He can say what he wants — they’re words,” the officer says of the violent threat.

The officer then begins petulantly whining for Treadstone to leave him alone.

Treadstone has noted that the first officer was chewing tobacco, which in itself is a violation of the LAPD’s rules. It is “prohibited while on duty, or off-duty while in uniform.”

Earlier in the day, a protester claimed that he was a member of the crips and threatened to shoot Treadstone, which police also refused to do anything about.

Here is the video.

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