Anti-Trumper Gets Taste of Own Side’s Medicine When Leftist Mob Mistakes Her for Pro-Trumper

A woman who came to Thursday’s Independence Day “Salute to America” event in Washington, D.C., to protest President Donald Trump’s border policies got a taste of her own side’s medicine after a mob of liberal Twitter users mistook her for a Trump supporter.
It all started after WTOP reporter Alejandro Alvarez posted a picture of “Jill” from Colorado.
Jill was holding an illustration of the “now-infamous” photo of a Salvadorean man and his child, who drowned while trying to cross into the U.S. via the Rio Grande river, as the Washington Examiner noted.
“Shocked by an image of a father and daughter dead on the Rio Grande, Jill from Boulder, CO shows me a dark(er) twist on border-region safety signs warning of immigrants crossing roads,” Alvarez wrote.
having a hard time in this wind (there’s a pretty nasty storm nearby). Gets deflated for now, falls flat on its face.
Shocked by an image of a father and daughter dead on the Rio Grande, Jill from Boulder, CO shows me a dark(er) twist on border-region safety signs warning of immigrants crossing roads.
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Jill was there to protest Trump. But since she appeared to be smiling in the photo, a mob of liberals viciously attacked her.
Here are just few of many, many examples:
Shocked by an image of a father and daughter dead on the Rio Grande, Jill from Boulder, CO shows me a dark(er) twist on border-region safety signs warning of immigrants crossing roads.
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Shocked by an image of a father and daughter dead on the Rio Grande, Jill from Boulder, CO shows me a dark(er) twist on border-region safety signs warning of immigrants crossing roads.
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Shocked by an image of a father and daughter dead on the Rio Grande, Jill from Boulder, CO shows me a dark(er) twist on border-region safety signs warning of immigrants crossing roads.
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Imagine laughing at the death of ppl trying to get a better life for themselves and their families. The deplorables continue to show us that rock bottom has a basement
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Shocked by an image of a father and daughter dead on the Rio Grande, Jill from Boulder, CO shows me a dark(er) twist on border-region safety signs warning of immigrants crossing roads.
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Shocked by an image of a father and daughter dead on the Rio Grande, Jill from Boulder, CO shows me a dark(er) twist on border-region safety signs warning of immigrants crossing roads.
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Shocked by an image of a father and daughter dead on the Rio Grande, Jill from Boulder, CO shows me a dark(er) twist on border-region safety signs warning of immigrants crossing roads.
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Jill from Boulder is a soulless monster. She is the type that would gleefully "just follow orders."
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As MintPress News’ Alex Rubinstein noted, some people even tried to have her doxed.
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People are trying to have this woman doxxed because of her sign. I'm not sure how anyone can interpret it as an endorsement of Trump's border policies - just on its face - but the least they could do is take some time to look into the matter before trying to ruin her life
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But as Jill later explained to Rubinstein, she was actually there to protest Trump and his border policies.
This woman's sign has generated a bit of controversy on the internet today, so I decided to post my interview with her from earlier. She tells the story of the father and his 2-year-old from El Salvador who drowned trying to make it to the U.S. "It makes me really sad," she said.
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“This is so not America. American was made up of immigrants,” she said, as Mediaitepointed out. “This is so not America. American was made up of immigrants.” 
This entire incident illustrates the dangers of outrage mobs, particularly those on the left.
Those who attacked Jill had no interest in waiting for the facts to come out. They saw the photo and jumped to their own conclusions based off their preexisting assumptions about Trump supporters.
They had no qualms about ruining Jill’s life because of something they thought she believed, even though she didn’t actually believe it.

And that, folks, perfectly encapsulates the American far left.
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