An attempted physical attack on Donald Trump took place earlier today in Dayton Ohio – DETAILS HERE – The attacker was identified as Tommy DiMassimo.
A student of Wright University in Dayton Ohio, Tom Dimassimo is a progressive leftist thug who has participated in various protests including flag burning
However, shocking new video has now surfaced of Tommy DiMassimo also participating in ISIS propaganda videos, and possibly being a part of their anti-U.S. agenda. This video was uploaded in May 2015. You can see DiMassimo is the principal subject within the video which begins with him dragging a flag and talking to the camera operator:
It appears Tommy DiMassimo deleted the YouTube account associated with the video in an effort to hide the content. However, an alternate and identical copy (for educational purposes) is available here (click and scroll down):
activist Tommy DiMassimo goes under “@younglionking7” for a twitter handle.
Bernie Sanders Supporter
He was arrested and someone posted bail for him.
PS: Cruz, Rubio, Kasich, Clinton and others are blaming Donald Trump for the attacks on his life. Expect this type of violence on a much wider scale should Clinton or Sanders steal the election.
Update: (unverified) Black Trump supporter shot and killed by Chicago protesters
The video seems to have been created by a troll, the same person who started a Facebook page called “Tommy dimassimo wasn’t hugged enough as a kid.”
The Arabic caption on the original video appears to be a joke, including a phrase that roughly translates to saying Dimassimo thought he’d be a big man by standing on the American flag, but really has a small penis.
Dimassimo is originally from Powder Springs, Georgia. He is a fourth-year acting major at Wright State.
According to IMDB.com, Dimassimo was a child actor with roles on the TV shows “Yes, Dear,” “Reno 911!,” and “House of Payne.”
In 2015, he played the role of “Killer Cop” in a short film called “Red, Black, and Blue.”
His mother, Faye Dimassimo, was appointed to oversee the “Renew Atlanta” infrastructure project in November 2015, according to a press release. She was previously the director of transportation for Cobb County. His father, Tom, is a teacher in the local school district.