New Hampshire Man Assaults 15-Year-Old Boy At Republican Polling Site

The Windham Police Department said Patrick Bradley, 34, of Windham, was charged with simple assault and disorderly conduct. (Windham Police Department)

We recently discussed how stories of violence on conservatives and Trump supporters often receive limited attention. The common narrative is that President Donald Trump is the source of violent speech and violent acts in society. The inverse does not fit that narrative. The latest such example is found in New Hampshire where Patrick Bradley, 34, is accused of assaulting a 15-year-old Trump supporter and two adults at a polling site. This follows another college attack on conservatives at the University of California at Santa Cruz.

The boy had just seen Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle before joining others at the polling booth. Bradley challenged the boy wearing a red “Make America Great Again” hat at a polling location at Windham High School. He slapped the boy across the face and, when two adults tried to intervene, he assaulted them. He also tied to destroy the tent and Trump signs. He is charged with simple assault and disorderly conduct.

What is most disturbing about this story is that the mother later said that she “was apprehensive about him wearing the MAGA hat, because we know it can provoke and we know people don’t like Trump.” That is a sad statement about our politics when a young man who is politically aware and active should have to hide his support to avoid being attacked.

Another anti-conservative attack occurred in the University of California system which has long been criticized for the intolerance of pro-life and conservative activists. College Republicans were attacked on the Santa Cruz campus, which was captured on videotape.

148 thoughts on “New Hampshire Man Assaults 15-Year-Old Boy At Republican Polling Site”

  1. When men from the Republican registration tent intervened to help the teenager, one of them received a fractured jaw.

    But this will not be counted in the figures of domestic terrorism or hate speech. All the regular assaults on MAGA hate wearers will not count. The fact that many Republicans are afraid to speak their honest political opinion online and to Democrat friends, wear political clothing or a bumper sticker, or in any way come out to their friends, will not be counted. Every time an invited conservative speaker is either canceled due to death threats, or is met with riots, protests, harassment, and threats, that will not be counted as hate speech or domestic terrorism. When I see screaming Democrats threatening a conservative speaker on a college campus, I think of that Norman Rockwell painting of the little black girl getting escorted into a school where she had a right to be, by police, with an angry crowd on either side of her.

    Democrats pretend that the KKK is the problem. I don’t know any KKK members. Black people do not wake up scared of what the KKK has planned for the day.

    The Democratic Party has denied the problem. They rightfully condemn lunatic fringe groups like Neo Nazis and the Klan, but they do not acknowledge that they have a nation wide problem of harassment and violence against Republicans. They do not take responsibility for how their own rhetoric has led a generation of people to hate their country, hate successful people, hate capitalism, hate freedom of speech they disagree with, and love socialism.

  2. Putting aside the fact that right wing extremism is the most murderous in America over the last several years, school bullying – some of it organized – of minorities using the exact words of Trump is ascendant as covered in this in-depth WaPo article.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2020/local/school-bullying-trump-words/?hpid=hp_ed-picks_bully-0213%3Ahomepage%2Fstory-ans&itid=hp_ed-picks_bully-0213%3Ahomepage%2Fstory-ans

    1. that right wing extremism is the most murderous in America

      Define ‘right wing extremism’. And explain why it has anything to do with any of us.

      1. Anonymous post citing a sh|t rag as a source. Lovely.

        Look at actual events. It’s always the left starting and churning violence. Doesn’t matter how many times you claim the KKK is “right wing” or “republican”. Truth is it’s a democratic organization started by the dems and kept going by the dems.

    2. The left is far more murderous and violent. Take a look at the 20th century and the biggest killers…Stalin, Mao, Hitler (National SOCIALISTS)

    1. See social research done by Stanley Rothman nearly 50 years ago. People who prated about ‘tolerance’ were concerned that others tolerate things which didn’t bother the prater. They weren’t given to gutting it up and tolerating things which actually bothered them. The invocation of ‘tolerance’, like the invocation of ‘civility’ is generally an exercise in gamesmanship. When it’s not, it’s commonly a manifestation of the speaker’s deep confusion. I’ve known truly tolerant people. They weren’t political.

        1. Come again? Switzerland is a very meticulously governed country. How did they get tagged as slatterns in your mind?

        2. Dan Pena says political correctness and “tolerance” are whiny complaints which come from people lacking self esteem

          Who’s he? Oh, just one of the most successful Mexican Americans alive today, who lives in a castle now, who loves Trump. Used to be CEO of Gulf Western oil. Now he’s a business coach, mentor, and freakin awesome guy to listen to on youtube.

          Don’t listen to him if you get your feelings hurt easily, however

          1. Thank you for introducing me to Mr. Peña. Excellent interview videos!
            I’m already following his QLA outline, this dude is cunning, and hilarious!

        3. Did you say, “Tolerance” and “Switzerland” in the same sentence? One can’t even get in! Tolerance indeed.

          Here are eight of the countries where it’s most difficult to become a citizen:

          Vatican City
          Liechtenstein
          Bhutan
          Qatar
          United Arab Emirates
          Kuwait
          Switzerland
          China

          and Japan, Denmark, Nigeria, Austria, India, Israel, Mexico et al.

          Mexico requires “…Mexican descent,…” and that “Applicants must be able to speak Spanish.” In America, they gouge taxpayers to publish in the immigrant/illegal alien’s language of country of origin, provide translated materials and hire translators – all at taxpayer expense. Intuitively, all burdens must be on the petitioner. Not in America. Americans OWE the world!
          ______________________________________________________________________________

          India – “There is no path…”

          “There is no path to legal permanent residency for foreigners who are not of Indian ancestry, except through marriage or by giving up their original citizenship to become naturalised. A person must leave India every five years to re-apply for their long-term visa. Even if you own a business in India and invested heavily in the economy India will never grant you residency.”

          Mexico – “…able to speak Spanish.”

          “According to the U.S. Library of Congress, you can apply for citizenship after five years of residency. The five-year period can be shortened to two if you are of Mexican descent, are married to a Mexican for two years, or have contributed to the country’s culture, aesthetics, society, art or science in any way. Applicants must be able to speak Spanish.”

          – MSN News
          ___________

          The American Founders required citizens to be sponsored “…free white person(s)…” and today in L.A., the mayor and police chief publicly denied and abrogated the dominion of the Constitution, the federal government and the U.S. Code.
          _________________________________________________________________________________

          “Did I do that?”

          – Steve Urkel
          ___________

          “Tolerance” is for fools.

  3. How tolerant of the true believer comrade. Just imagine how they will handle November 2020 if it doesn’t go their way.

  4. This family and the bystanders should have beat this incel senseless. That’s the only way it will stop. Bullies are cowards. If they think they’ll get a whooping they’ll leave other people alone.

    1. The “tough” guy slapped a 15 year old. Let’s hope it gets prosecuted to the fullest. Will attacks based on political affiliation need to be categorized as a hate crime also?

    2. Defiant:
      True dat but the Left and their apparatchiks in government hate manly men. Hence, the beat down of masculine emotions in schools everywhere by feminist administrators and their superfluous men co-workers. Petey is their paradigm male – urbane, leftist and gay.

  5. In the last week alone:

    A 15 y/o Trump supporter was attacked

    A Republican voter registration booth was ran over

    A California GOP HQ was vandalized

    A 50 y/o man was punched after just being mistaken for a Trump supporter

    And the media has been silent.

    I wonder why?

    @charliekirk11

    1. Ha-ha, you’ll get nothing out of Charlie Cuck except a vague lecture on economics and, if you’re lucky, an appearance by Kimberly Guilfoyle’s tits.

      1. Margot, Charlie Kirk has done more in a couple of years right from college then most Democrats have done in a lifetime. He’s organized well over 800 colleges despite the hate and violence coming from the left.

        “appearance by Kimberly Guilfoyle’s tits.”

        Are you a hateful sexist? Do you think the only thing women have are breasts and nothing else matters? Wow.

          1. Kimberly is well endowed, but she is a sweet and very intelligent woman. Why be unecessarily sexist to a woman with so many other attributes?

            1. Because I’d like to save Donnie’s eyesight.

              “Sexist”, “racist”, you cucks are all the same. Culturally appropriating from the left to shame those on the right who don’t quite toe the Toilet Paper USA neocon line. And why not? It worked on you, didn’t it? So I guess you figure it’ll work on others to kick ’em in line.

              “she is a sweet and very intelligent woman.” So, breaking up a family with five kids is “sweet”?

              1. OK Margot you don’t have to believe what you said is sexist, but it is and it shows a lack of class. You insulted two classy people in one post. Congratulations on such a feat. You can join the ranks of top echelon leftists.

                1. “You insulted two classy people in one post.”

                  Ask Vanessa Trump and the kids how classy they are.

                  Clearly, you missed my post on how Donnie proposed to Vanessa with a $100,000 ring he got for free because he proposed to her in front of the store in a New Jersey mall. Now, THAT’S some class.

                  “You can join the ranks of top echelon leftists” There you go again. Toe the cuck line!

                  1. Do you know what happened to the marriage? No, yet you draw conclusions.

                    “Clearly, you missed my post on how Donnie proposed to Vanessa with a $100,000 ring ”

                    Clearly you web page is malfunctioning so I am repeating the entire post.
                    —–

                    “I laughed so hard I can barely breathe.”

                    Why would you laugh so hard. If true Donald Jr. got a ring and publicity while the jewler got publicity and since no one was paying for it he could round up the cost of the ring to the closest $100,000. The Paparazzi got their story and the readers got their thrills. The cherry on top is that you almost stopped breathing 🙂 (just kidding)

                    1. I don’t like it, Allen, and I don’t have to. The whole thing is just so wrong and that’s my point of view. Shaming is not going to change my mind.

                      I apologize for flaming you, and that’s the only thing I’ll apologize for.

                    2. “I don’t like it, Allen, and I don’t have to.”

                      Margot, no one is asking you to like it. Don Jr. and Kimberly don’t even know who you are. They have their world, you have yours and I have mine. Do you wish to involve yourself where you are not wanted? Remember, shaming was no one’s intention. From a distance that is exactly what you were doing so don’t complain.

                    3. “Ben Shapiro sez: Love Us, or We’ll Kill You!”

                      That is pure BS and libelous. Do you like making things up?

                    4. Oh, please. That’s how he comes across. My way or the highway. I only saw him once, and took your advice in advance not to continue listening to him.

                    5. “Oh, please. That’s how he comes across. My way or the highway. I only saw him once, and took your advice in advance not to continue listening to him.”

                      Do you not understand anything? He is a commentator that is providing his opinion. Though he speaks on a level most intelligent people can understand maybe you aren’t used someone who treats people as if they were intelligent. He is exceedingly brilliant and can easily speak above most people’s level but he reserves that for those that are equally intelligent.

                  2. Ask Vanessa Trump and the kids how classy they are.

                    If you’re irritated at the prospect of your husband spending time with Kimberley Guilfoyle, you can substantially reduce the probability of that by not having papers served on said husband

                    https://pagesix.com/2018/03/15/vanessa-trump-files-for-divorce-from-donald-trump-jr/

                    And the kids might just tell you a semblance of the truth, something along the lines of ‘my dad hangs with Kimberley Guilfoyle because my mom doesn’t want him anymore’.

                    Personal agency. It’s great stuff.

                    1. Fortunately, I’m not the one who was irritated. And I doubt the serving of the papers took Donnie by surprise. Somebody had to do the serving, and it fell to Vanessa, because had Donnie been the one to do so, all hell would have broken loose. The only class act here is Vanessa.

                      “And the kids might just tell you a semblance of the truth, something along the lines of ‘my dad hangs with Kimberley Guilfoyle because my mom doesn’t want him anymore’.”

                      I don’t know how you came to have insight into what the kids think in this case. From my own personal experience, kids are not usually very happy when their parents divorce, especially if they’re younger, unless one or the other parent is violent or something like that,

                      Nonetheless, people have very little insight as to the purpose of marriage. Nobody ever tells them, so no surprise there. Popular music, romance novels and movies fill their head with “June, Moon, Spoon, Boobs” and “Some Enchanted Evening, You May Meet a Stranger”. That’s pretty much the extent of instruction. Followed by “The Thrill is Gone” and “The Boobs Hang Low”. Poof! It’s over.

                      Personal responsibility. It’s great stuff.

                    2. “came to have insight ”

                      Margot, do you know what insight is? Let’s hear what Vanessa has to say:

                      “After 12 years of marriage, we have decided to go our separate ways,” the couple told Page Six in a joint statement. “We will always have tremendous respect for each other and our families. We have five beautiful children together and they remain our top priority. We ask for your privacy during this time.”

                      She is telling you to butt out of their lives.

                    3. So the divorce isn’t final yet? Ooops, I thought it was. My bad. Well, you’d think Donnie could at least wait.

                    4. “So the divorce isn’t final yet? Ooops, I thought it was. My bad. Well, you’d think Donnie could at least wait.”

                      Margot, you need to deal with your own life rather than the lives of people you know nothing about. Maybe you are trying to justify your own problems?

                    5. it fell to Vanessa, because had Donnie been the one to do so, all hell would have broken loose.

                      Of course this makes no sense, but the pose you’re striking hinges on it.

                      I don’t know how you came to have insight into what the kids think in this case.

                      You just got done suggesting Allan consult with his children. You fancy you’ve got insight.

                      Personal responsibility. It’s great stuff.

                      Not something you understand or practice you horrid wench.

                1. Takes two to tango, baybeeeeeeee!

                  All kidding aside, I realize that no guy gets taken who doesn’t want to get taken. But K was the one who done it. She didn’t have to. But she did, and the optics of their appearances at TPUSA just stink the joint out. He looks like some cucked-out wimp hiding behind mama bear. The cringe factor is off the charts.

                  Donnie’s no longer the same guy who conducted that awesome town hall in Nevada, unfortunately.

                  1. Takes two to tango, baybeeeeeeee!

                    Actually, you can hire a divorce lawyer all by your lonesome, and that’s just what Vanessa Trump did.

                  2. “Takes two to tango,”

                    Bad analogy. None or only one might be at fault. Why didn’t that occur to you. When you have axe to grind sometimes the obvious is lost.

                    “She didn’t have to. But she did, and the optics of their appearances at TPUSA just stink the joint out.”

                    Actually the event was great and tremendously successful so you must be repeating what you heard. Charlie Kirk is a great guy and is a powerhouse. I can see you have no taste. How is your marriage? Is it gone? What does your partner look like?

                    1. “Charlie Kirk is a great guy and is a powerhouse.”

                      I will give you that, unlike Crenshaw and Shapiro, Charlie Kirk is at least somewhat likable. But I know a number of likable people, and that doesn’t make them a powerhouse. I’ve seen three TPUSA events (not in entirety, I got bored and clicked off) and I’m not impressed. But I’m not a cuck, so I’m not their audience.

                      If you like your TPUSA, you can keep your TPUSA. I just don’t see anything to get fired up about. What do they even do? You said something about organizing. What are they organizing FOR? Voting? I honestly don’t get the point. Lots of talk about economics, but I can get that from ZeroHedge and it’s easier to understand.

                    2. “I will give you that, unlike Crenshaw and Shapiro”

                      Now you are going to hit on Shapiro? Ben is a decent and respectful guy, quite polite. You don’t like his opinion? Don’t listen to him.

                      “I’ve seen three TPUSA events” (in part on video). They don’t translate well into TV unless one wants to listen to one particular person. The crowds mostly college students love it. That is what TPUSA is for. The students are well mannered, well dressed and quite intelligent. You don’t see such excellent behavior in large leftist groups. Maybe you like watching leftists beat the brains out of people until they are in danger of dying. Maybe that is what gives you a thrill.

                      You are a very negative person and somewhat depressive. You must be a Bernie supporter.

                    3. “Are you kidding me? The only interesting thing was the students.”

                      You wouldn’t know from the videos. But all of this tells us that a more banal production would be more suited to your taste.

                    4. You can’t be serious. The students get up and ask questions, very intelligent questions. It’s the best part. Are we even talking about the same thing?

                    5. “You can’t be serious. The students get up and ask questions, very intelligent questions. It’s the best part. Are we even talking about the same thing?”

                      Yes, we are talking about the same thing. This is a several day affair consisting mostly of speaking events with students from all over the country. They ask a few questions and they are good questions but that provides only a very limited view of the event. The event’s speakers included President Donald Trump and his son Don Jr. plus a couple of handfuls of other speakers all top notch and most reasonably well known. There is a bit more going on than that. You can look down at things if you wish and continue to make the comments you have but those comments don’t put you in a good light.

                    6. I can see you have no taste. How is your marriage? Is it gone? What does your partner look like?

                      You’ll notice she didn’t answer one of these questions.

                2. ” Why blame the woman?”
                  I have always maintained that when something goes wrong in a relationship, it’s usually the woman’s fault.
                  So when you find a woman who blames another woman, don’t question it Allan.
                  That’s my Valentine’s Day thought🤔 for today.

            2. Whooh-hoo, Allan, check it out: From Vanessa Trump’s wiki page:

              “Trump Jr. proposed to her with a $100,000 ring which he received as a gift from a jeweler in exchange for proposing to her in front of paparazzi outside of the jeweler’s store in a New Jersey mall.”

              https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vanessa_Trump

              I laughed so hard I can barely breathe.

              1. “I laughed so hard I can barely breathe.”

                Why would you laugh so hard. If true Donald Jr. got a ring and publicity while the jewler got publicity and since no one was paying for it he could round up the cost of the ring to the closest $100,000. The Paparazzi got their story and the readers got their thrills. The cherry on top is that you almost stopped breathing 🙂 (just kidding)

  6. Every leftist movement I can think of started with violence and ended with purges. These videos, Antifa, and BLM have demonstrated how violent the left is. The Veritas videos demonstrate the extremes some of Bernie’s leadership would go to if permitted. We saw unlawful actions by Democrats during Trump’s inaugural. We see the Democratic House trying to obstruct lawful government rather than passing laws to benefit the people.

    The Democratic Party no longer represents our Constitutional Republic “government of the people, by the people, for the people” (Lincoln)

  7. Like I have long said, being a Democrat is to most of them like being a Catholic or Protestant is to others. It is faith-based and a part of their identity. That is why you see the extreme hatred, anger and violence from Democrats. Move Bradley back in time a few centuries and he would have been burning heretics at the stake to save their souls. Same mindset.

    That is why James Carville says he will vote for Bernie if he wins the nomination, even though he admits Bernie is a commie and a cult leader. That is not an act of “reason”, but of faith. James Carville is in a cult even though he thinks he isn’t.

    Squeeky Fromm
    Girl Reporter

    1. Believe me, I am no liberal but how can what you wrote not be said of Republicans. How many (me included) have said that we don’t like President Trump personally, but I will vote for him anyway? Cult? Maybe, but for me it all about the courts. They are our last line of defense and I want conservatives/constitutionalists in these positions.

      1. There is a difference between “not liking” someone and having major policy differences with them. I am quite sure Carville “likes” Bernie, but like Carville said, it’s a cult and Bernie is a commie.

        “Liking” somebody might influence you to vote for them, but it should be the policies that rule. But with most Democrats, it isn’t. They vote for Democrats because they are Democrats regardless of what they believe. Like Carville.

        If Trump had been a Democrat, I would have voted for him.

        Squeeky Fromm
        Girl Reporter

        1. I think it was Federalist Paper #10 that warns us against factions. Political parties I believe are factions where for some loyalty to our Republic is secondary to loyalty to their faction.

  8. The common narrative is that President Donald Trump is the source of violent speech

    Of course, he is nothing of the kind. However, he is not deferential to the mascot groups of the Anointed and doesn’t respect the cultural strata gentry liberals erect. Gentry liberals are pathological people who have neuralgic emotional reactions to those who do not defer. See this incident here:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7GSPrl20BE

    This is the Democratic Party today.

    What’s amusing is that they expect normal people to adopt the mentality commonly associated with battered wives. See Peter Shill’s inane babble about ‘the Culture Wars’, which he blames on people who had the audacity to resist the liberal Borg creature. (Or Peter’s emotional reaction to Rush Limbaugh, who is a fairly standard-issue opponent of the regnant social-liberal discourse in the media, electoral politics, and academe).

    1. “This is the Dem Party today”

      It never occurred to intelligemt readers that Natacha could express lucid arguments or Kurtz as being incredibly insightful, but our resident 50s year old kurmudgeon is intent on even making the characters of “Sordid Lives” look congenial

      TIA x LXIX, reliable sources report hemlock is growing outside your cage door. Unlock your wheelchair and fling your torso towards it. The wheelchair will thank you for relieving it of its Dukey

  9. It truly is disgusting how the left behaves! I hear all these stories about how people were treated under the 8 years of Obama. What a load of horse crap there has never ever been anything like this. The physical violence towards conservatives has been on full display for a long time it just got worse when Trump got elected. Karma always has a way of coming back around.

  10. “I think those of us on the left need to take a long look in the mirror and have an honest conversation about what’s going on. If you had told me three years ago that I would ever attend a Donald Trump rally, I would have laughed and assured you that was never going to happen. Heck, if you had told me I would do it three months ago, I probably would have done the same thing. So, how did I find myself among 11,000-plus Trump supporters in Manchester, New Hampshire?…

    …You see, I was one of those Democrats who considered anyone who voted for Trump a racist. I thought they were horrible (yes, even deplorable) and worked very hard to eliminate their voices from my spaces by unfriending or blocking people who spoke about their support of him, however minor their comments. I watched a lot of MSNBC, was convinced that everything he had done was horrible, that he hated anyone who wasn’t a straight white man, and that he had no redeeming qualities.

    But when I witnessed the amount of hate coming from the left…” read more —->

    https://gen.medium.com/ive-been-a-democrat-for-20-years-here-s-what-i-experienced-at-trump-s-rally-in-new-hampshire-c69ddaaf6d07

    1. “The more voices outside the left that I listened to, the more I realized that these were not bad people. They were not racists, nazis, or white supremacists. We had differences of opinions on social and economic issues, but a difference of opinion does not make your opponent inherently evil. And they could justify their opinions using arguments, rather than the shouting and ranting I saw coming from my side of the aisle.”

      “I think the Democrats have an ass-kicking coming to them in November, and I think most of them will be utterly shocked when it happens, because they’re existing in an echo chamber that is not reflective of the broader reality. I hope it’s a wake-up call that causes them to take a long look in the mirror and really ask themselves how they got here. Maybe then they’ll start listening. I tend to doubt it, but I can hope.”

  11. Wow. Jonathan Turley has cherry picked the hell out of stats to prop up the tired old narrative that the poor conservatives are being oppressed by the big bad
    “Liburuls”. You have achieved absurdity sir!

    Been on Fox a bit too much lately.

    I have never seen such a group of whiny ninny babies like the modern “conservatives” of today. JT has assimilated into the ranks.

    What happened to you man?

    1. Sure, “whiny ninny babies” being assaulted just because people like you don’t like who they voted for. What happened to YOU man?

    2. “What happened to you man?”

      Turley saw the violence and destruction by people of the party you seem to support. One would think the first thing you would have said was that violence was wrong and should not occur. You didn’t say that. Instead you blame Turley and say “You have achieved absurdity sir! for being absurd.”

      You are one of the silent one’s that watched over one-hundred million people killed in the last centruty for similar reasons. This is not critical thinking, Critical Thinker. This is stupidity.

    3. “Been on Fox a bit too much lately.”

      Why is this the only answer the left has to explain the dissonance they find in their brain when they take more than two seconds to ponder a conservative thought. I for one do no watch or listen to Fox news. It’s infuriating when you think we are getting our daily pablum from a conservative like the liberals do with the so called “main stream media”.

      Try an original thought or two for crying out loud and try to debate on the merits of the words presented to you instead of your own ill-conceived prejudices.

      1. When they go after the messenger, they are not equipped to address the facts. So they try to demonize their opponent to escape from having to talk about the issue.

    4. So you don’t care that a 15 year old boy trying to get involved in politics was assaulted, and the man who came to his rescue had his jaw broken?

      Heartless.

  12. The assaulter looks like a like other Individuals with some Cro-Magnon characteristics have been found in the Mesolithic Period (8000 to 5000 BC) and the Neolithic Period (5000 to 2000 BC). In modern times, they have reappeared in the Democratic party.

  13. “That is a sad statement about our politics when a young man who is politically aware and active should have to hide his support to avoid being attacked.”
    ***************
    No it’s a sad statement about the Left. Let’s be precise.

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