VIDEO: Woman and Cameraman Claim They Were Harassed, Assaulted at Buttigieg Event


Yet again the left has shown its true colors when faced with those who oppose their way of thinking.

While trying to cover 2020 Democratic hopeful Pete Buttigieg's campaign event in Iowa over the weekend, Kaitlin Bennett and her cameraman, who work for InfoWars, were allegedly harassed and assaulted by attendees.

The two men involved have yet to be identified, but Bennett says she has filed a police report on the incident. Bennett has also called on Buttigeig to disavow the attacks, something he has yet to do at the time of this blog post.

His campaign reportedly declined to comment: 

Bennett in another tweet thanked the helpful bystander who came to their defense and told the perpetrators to "walk it off." 

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