Florida — A 27-year-old man and, according to police, drove a van to a tent housing President Trump’s supporters came to court on Sunday smiling and nodding to the cameras before sitting down, according to a report. Action News Jax reported that Gregory Timm, according to witnesses, ran over chairs and tables the previous day at Kernan Village Mall.Witnesses told the station that he recorded the scene moments after the incident, made an obscene gesture and left quickly. The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said via social media that Gregory William Loel Timm, 27, has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault on a person 65 and older, a charge of criminal mischief and driving with a suspended license.
Meet 27-year old Gregory William Loel Timm. This violent freak was arrested after driving into a table of Republican Party volunteers in Jacksonville, FL. Timm had multiple past encounters with FL authorities and had a suspended license. pic.twitter.com/h7fQg6sJqs #thisIsAntifa — Antifa Stats (@antifastats)
February 9, 2020
The Duval County Republican party said it had set up the tent on Saturday to register voters. The county Republican Party said via Twitter that six volunteers for President Donald Trump’s campaign “were intentionally attacked during the voter registration.”
Out of nowhere, a man approached us in a van, waved at us, waved a gun, thought he was coming to talk to us, instead he spun up his vehicle and crashed straight into our store, our tables, volunteer Mark Alfieri told the WJAX TV station.
In a tweet, GOP President Ronna McDaniel said, “These unprovoked and senseless attacks against supporters of real DonaldTrump must end.”