Woman questioned about alleged assault at Trump rally

  • [photo by Gary Meyer, The Mountain Enterprise]

    [photo by Gary Meyer, The Mountain Enterprise]

By Gary Meyer, TME

A pro-Trump rally was underway on Saturday, Oct. 17 when, just after 1:30 p.m., witnesses report a silver sedan “drove wildly” onto the dirt lot at the corner of Frazier Mountain Park Road and Ralphs Ranch Road, allegedly endangering people at the rally.

“Two people in a small car pulled onto the dirt lot and were drifting left and right,” Lebec resident Chandra Mead said. She witnessed the incident.

“They were going really fast…. The guy was hanging out the passenger window, yelling ‘F___ Trump,’” Mead added.

Frazier Park resident John Paige said he was nearly hit by the young female driver.

Paige recalls that the car drove through the…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)

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Above: Attendees at a Trump rally on September 19 pledged allegiance to the flag before a morning prayer, standing in the same area where a woman drove recklessly through the lot at high speed at a second rally October 17.

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