The suspected antifa radical who drove through a Republican voter registration tent full of Trump supporters in Jacksonville, Florida allegedly took video just before the attack and told police "someone had to take a stand."
BREAKING: Suspect in Jacksonville van attack confirmed anti-Trump political motive to police, and willingly showed them cell phone video of himself driving at the stand full of Trump volunteers— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) February 11, 2020
“Someone had to take a stand” @OANN pic.twitter.com/biwHmGveGi
A Jacksonville man jailed after crashing a minivan through a tent of Republican volunteers in a Walmart parking lot says he did it because "someone had to take a stand," according to part of a less-redacted arrest report made public Tuesday.
[...] [Suspect Gregory William Loel Timm] said he went to Walmart to get some food and cigarettes, then noticed the tent in the parking lot and parked near it. When detectives spoke to him, he showed them videos he had taken "prior to driving into the tent," the narrative said.
"The suspect then showed another video to us of him driving toward the tent with the victims standing in front," the narrative said. "... The suspect was upset that the video ended before 'the good part' as he described it."
The video stopped prior to the impact with the tent, although it showed people standing in front of it "so he could go run everything over," the report said.
Jacksonville.com reported a 72-year-old female volunteer was just inches away from being run down.
Here is defendant Gregory Timm smirking in court— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) February 11, 2020
And here are two of the women for Trump he is charged with targeting in an attempted van attack pic.twitter.com/T0zyeQF2dT
Approximately six Trump supporters were attacked in the parking lot of a Jacksonville, Florida Walmart Saturday afternoon at around 3:50 p.m. when a man in his 20s plowed through a voter registration tent, according to the local Sheriff's Office.
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