WATCH: BLM Rioter Slaps Police Horse, Then Gets MAJOR PAYBACK

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The Antifa movement very often uses violent methods to express their anger and dissatisfaction. You know what they say- violence produces more violence. However, the leftists didn’t want to accept the fact that they can have peaceful protests without violent provocation and rioting. This time, a liberal Antifa protester had to learn the lesson in a hard way. Read more below:

For most critical thinking individuals, common sense usually dictates staying clear of bigger objects that could pose a threat, especially within the animal kingdom. However for the “blissfully young and ignorant”, that innate and inborn instinct at times needs a little reinforcement, and no doubt getting kicked by a police horse hopefully did the trick.

The incident took place during the Queen’s University homecoming in Kingston, Ontario, when a young blond woman ran up behind a police horse mounted by police officer and smacked the horse on its rear, and of course the horse immediately responded as it was trained to do, and kicked the woman to the ground, face first.

The 40-second video captures the woman wearing a dark shirt with a red stripe appearing in front of the brief video clip running towards the horse, and the whispered commentary coming from the operator seems to indicate that this was all a part of a silly prank, and the young blond was actually the dupe or more likely the dope, take your pick.

According to authorities 3-people were arrested and charged with assaulting a police horse during the homecoming celebrations, however the condition of the woman wasn’t immediately known, other than that the woman took a nasty fall to the ground, and the brief video captures her running away holding her hand over her face, in apparent pain…OUCH!

H/T USHerald

Please spread this story. We need to teach the kids a good lesson so they won’t get involved in stuff like this. Poor animal, liberals even underestimate the animals in service, but this horse proved disciplined, protective and PROUD. What do you think about this, did she deserve it?

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