At South Seattle College, a Turning Point USA chapter leader was allegedly stalked and then almost hit with a car in a potentially politically motivated attack.
The student, Katie Daviscourt, said she had been staffing a recruitment table, when a man came up and criticized her for supporting small government. According to her, he even vandalized her signs and stole a few.
Katie took to twitter with her official report on the attack, saying:
“Today I had an encounter with an aggressive young man that didn’t hold the same views as me. I started a Turning Point USA chapter at South Seattle College to try to bring together like minded conservatives such as myself in a part of the country where we are shunned and ostracized.
I was at our recruiting booth when this man started vandalizing and then stealing our organization’s personal property. I went after the man to get our banners back, and he angirly confronted me and told me my organization’s views were way off base. He further stated that since I was in favor of limited government that I shouldn’t even have the right to call the police to report him for vandalizing then stealing out organization’s property
Things took an aggressive turn when I walked out of the building to my vehicle. He waited for me in his car and proceeded to try to hit me with his vehicle twice as I was walking. He then tried for a third time to instill fear in me while driving at maximum speed down the parking lot. His dangerous and erratic driving behavior caused him to crash into a vehicle that a young woman was driving.”
Read the official statement on twitter:
— Katie Daviscourt 🇺🇸 (@KatieDaviscourt) April 13, 2019
The incident is currently under police investigation, however, video evidence of the attack has been obtained. Click here to watch it.