Some more liberal tolerance was on display at a concert in California. Rock band Social Distortion was performing when frontman Mike Ness decided he needed to attack one of his Trump supporting fans. That should put an end to anyone at a Social D concert having their own opinions. The cool thing is that liberals came up with a rule that it’s completely acceptable to physically attack anyone who thinks differently. They can punch anyone who they think looks like a Nazi and they can slug anyone in a MAGA hat.
CBS Sacramento reports:
A Trump supporter claims he was attacked by the lead singer of a punk rock band when he jeered the frontman’s political statements.
Tim Hildebrand of Galt says the attack happened at a Social Distortion concert at the Ace of Spades in Midtown. Hildebrand says he grew up listening to the band’s music and was excited to attend one of their shows, but never thought he’d leave bloody and bruised at the hands of a famous musician.
Cellphone video taken at the concert captures the moment the Social Distortion fan says he was beaten up by the band’s frontman, 56-year-old Mike Ness.
And here is that video:
This is what happened before the attack:
Hildebrand says the singer started badmouthing President Trump and America and the Republican farmer from Galt didn’t like it.
“I pretty much said I paid for your music, not your politics,” said Hildebrand “I stood pretty much with my silent protest with my middle finger up for the next two songs.”
Mike Ness called Hildebrand close to the stage and spit on him. The two men exchanged words and then Ness jumped into the crowd to attack Hildebrand. According to Hildebrand, he couldn’t defend himself because the crowd was holding him while Ness wailed on his face.
“Takes his guitar off, jumps off the stage and proceeds to punch me multiple times in the head,” said Hildebrand.
Hildebrand says he the singer gave him two black eyes, a busted lip, a concussion and almost knocked out one of his teeth.
Hildebrand says he was dragged out of the venue by security and filed a police report with officers who were standing outside. He plans to press charges.
Good luck with that. The police and DA of a major California city are not going to even entertain pressing charges against someone for attacking a Trump supporter. Hildebrand may have a pretty good civil suit against Ness, but if he’s hoping the Social D frontman ever gets arrested for this, he’s dreaming.
Mike Ness has a right to express his anti-American/anti-Trump opinions and Tim Hildebrand has a right to express his displeasure at being preached at, especially since he paid for a fun concert and not a political lecture. It’s not a coincidence that the guy with the liberal point of view settled the argument with violence. This is the way the left does business these days. They’re all pretty much Antifa at this point.
Also, I’d like to note that Social Distortion are not punk rock. They used to be, but now they play some kind of country rock thing that’s about as punk as a pool party at Taylor Swift’s mansion.