The angry left is really handling the election results well.
An anti-bullying advocate was arrested near Trump Tower for shoving an elderly man to the ground Thursday night in a dispute over the election results, cops said.
Brooklyn resident Shacara McLaurin, 23, got into a heated dispute with the 74-year-old man about 10:45 p.m. on the second night of protests outside Trump’s Midtown skyscraper.
The exact details of the argument are unclear, but the woman is accused of pushing the Manhattan resident to the ground at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 55th Street — about a block from Trump Tower, cops said.
The victim suffered a cut to his head and complained of severe pain.
He was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.
McLaurin, who lives in Bushwick, was charged with two counts of assault — a felony and a misdemeanor — and is expected to be arraigned in Manhattan Criminal Court on Friday afternoon.
Remember, BLM is a mostly peaceful domestic terror group.
The fracas started as an argument over who should have won the presidential election — and quickly escalated, a police source said.
“She was yelling ‘Black lives matter’ and he started yelling ‘All lives matter’ and it went from there,” the source said.
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McLaurin shoved the Trump fan to the ground — opening up a gash on the back of his head, cops said. He was taken to an area hospital with a minor injury, officials said.
"An anti-bullying advocate was arrested near Trump Tower for shoving an elderly man to the ground…" Peak 2016. @nypmetro
— Anthony Bialy (@AnthonyBialy) November 11, 2016