At a family-friendly Brooklyn Cyclones game on Sunday, two sufferers of Trump Derangement Syndrome became apoplectic when they saw CRTV host Gavin McInnes waiting to get in to the game.
“The guy looked like The Fat Jewish but Mexican and he kept screaming ‘Fuck you’ and laughing maniacally over and over again,” McInnes told DANGEROUS. “All the parents were staring at him wondering what the joke was. Then, his girlfriend yelled ‘Nazi’ and they both ran away. I was on the other side of the ticket gates and there were little kids everywhere.”
The man was Ben Faulding, an antifa-supporting radical socialist from North Baldwin, N.Y. and his girlfriend, Claire Ann Schapira, who recently graduated from NYU in China. Faulding is a journalist for Tablet magazine and contributor to the Washington Post, according to his Twitter bio. Since the incident both their Twitter accounts have been locked down but their venmo accounts are still open for donations.
The couple is said to be experiencing backlash right now.
“We all used to agree families and kids are off limits. Even gangbangers in L.A. abide by these rules. Not anymore. Today – not just kids but – large crowds of kids, must be privy to the unhinged vitriol of the alt-left,” McInness said.
As Big League Politics recently reported, the Minor League games at Coney Island are mostly designed for young children and feature activities like stacking presents and people dressed up as hot dogs racing. The players wear characters from Paw Patrol on their uniforms and after the game the children run the bases.
Before muting his account, Faulding bragged about the attack on Twitter. “I slightly regret not articulating my intent,” he claimed, after admitting, “…this dad comes up to me and says you shouldn’t have done that ‘cursing in front of kids’ I got in his face and said ‘good I want them to see how we treat fascists.’”
Faudling and Schapira’s behavior has become a pattern among deranged leftists. Sec. of Homeland Security Kristjen Nielsen was chased out of a Mexican restaurant in D.C. on June 19, Press Sec. Sarah Huckabee Sanders got hounded out of a restaurant in Virginia on June 22, and Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi was harassed out of a movie theater on June 24. This has also happened to Tomi Lahren, Kat Timpf, and, in May, MILO and Chadwick Moore were shouted out of a restaurant in Manhattan.
Faudling declared himself part of this cowardly new trend while stating, “Mcinnes, Sarah Sanders, Trump, Kirstjen Nielsen etc… need to be harrassed. They need their space invaded.”
This position has become mainstream on the left with Congresswoman Maxine Waters exclaiming last week, “You ain’t seen nothin’ yet” to supporters at a recent talk in Los Angeles who cheered hysterically when she suggested they go to Republican’s homes and keep the families awake with chants of, “No peace – no sleep.”
Following that directive from Waters, Mitch McConnell’s wife, Sec. of Transportation Elaine Chao, was harassed by a mob of men outside Georgetown University.
McInnes says his supporters contacted Faudling’s family on Long Island to ask how they’d feel about being harassed by Trump supporters while going to grab a bite to eat with Faudling, but their phones appear to have been disconnected.
McInnes shrugged off the incident at the park but was serious about where this all may lead.
“The new trend is attacking middle-aged women when they’re going to get a sandwich with their mom” McInnes said. “However, very soon they are going to mess with someone who is not stuck behind a ticket gate or not with children. That person isn’t going to politely walk away the way Sanders did.” He then smiled and added, “The Proud Boys have a saying, ‘Fuck around and find out,’” he said, referring to the fraternal organization he founded in 2016.
feature image: Faulding and Schapira/Big League Politics