A Texan Trump supporter who boasted online about bashing a Biden campaign car during a highway ‘ambush’ last week also drove through a BLM protest in June.
Eliazara Cisneros was among Trump supporters who surrounded a Biden Harris camping bus on a Texas highway last week.
Video of the incident shows one of the Trump supporters in a black SUV slamming into a white SUV that was escorting the Biden vehicle.
Cisneros claimed on Facebook that it was his car, writing: ‘That was me slamming that f****r. Hell yea.’
Eliazara Cisneros claims to be the driver of the black SUV shown above, right, with Trump flags hanging off the back, smashing into a white SUV that was escorting the Biden Harris campaign bus
Cisneros is shown with Republican hero Daniel Reed Crenshaw in a photo he shared on social media
Now it has emerged that he drove the same vehicle through a protest in June in San Antonio.
He did not injure anyone – the protesters dispersed as he drove slowly through their demonstration.
At the time, Cisneros told local news outlets that he wanted them to show support of his president.
Video of that incident showed him approaching the crowds, shouting: ‘Get the f*** out the way!’
They yelled the same back at him.
The FBI is investigating the ‘Trump Train’ incident that happened last week in Texas.
No one was injured in June and Cisneros at the time said it was never his intention to harm anyone.
‘I didn’t want to hurt anybody. You know, get off the street, get on the sidewalk and protest whatever you are protesting on the sidewalk. Stay safe,’ he said.
He also shared photos on social media of guns, calling them an ‘Antifa Meat Tenderizer’.
The Trump train incident last week divided opinion.
Cisnero is shown at a BLM protest in June, driving his car towards protesters. He said at the time that he didn’t want to hurt anyone. No one was injured
The President tweeted praise for the drivers involved, calling them patriots.
Others said it was a dangerous intimidation tactic that could have escalated into violence.
‘In my opinion, these patriots did nothing wrong,’ the president wrote. ‘Instead, the FBI & Justice should be investigating the terrorists, anarchists, and agitators of ANTIFA, who run around burning down our Democrat run cities and hurting our people!’
Trump had voiced his support for the convoy earlier on Saturday by tweeting a video of MAGA flag-flying cars surrounding the Biden bus as it made its way down the highway, writing: ‘I LOVE TEXAS.’
President Donald Trump doubled down on his support for a convoy of MAGA fans accused of trying to run a Biden campaign bus off the road in Texas in a tweet on Sunday night after the FBI confirmed it is investigating the incident
Video showed dozens of cars flying MAGA flags flanking the Biden bus on Interstate 35 in Texas on Friday afternoon
Biden campaign staffers eventually called police, who helped the bus reach its destination
Trump had previously indicated his support for the 50-strong Trump convoy on Saturday by tweeting a video of MAGA flag-flying cars surrounding the Biden bus as it made its way down the highway, writing: ‘I LOVE TEXAS’
Other videos shared on social media painted a more dangerous portrait of the confrontation, showing cars driving perilously close to the bus and at one point even running into a Biden staff member’s car.
The confrontation resulted in Democrats cancelling three scheduled events in the state – which is considered a battleground amid a surge in early-voting.
Joe Biden attacked Trump’s support for the convoy participants between campaign stops in Philadelphia on Sunday, saying: ‘We’ve never had anything like this.
‘At least we’ve never had a president who thinks it’s a good thing.’
Speaking before Trump arrived at his fifth rally Sunday in Miami, Florida, Republican Sen. Marco Rubio made a joke about the convoy, while applauding it.
‘I saw yesterday a video of these people in Texas. Did you see it? All the cars on the road. We love what they did,’ Rubio said. ‘But here’s the thing they don’t know. We do that in Florida every day.’
Biden’s campaign had planned to hold multiple events in Texas over the weekend as part of its effort to shore up support there before the election.
But, as the Biden bus and supporters drove through the state, traveling from Loredo, to San Antonio and Austin, they were met by convoys of Trump supporters who harassed them, as seen in several viral videos.
One of the videos – tweeted by Trump – allegedly showed a convoy trying to run the Biden bus off the road near San Marcos.
The video was scored by Tech N9ne’s song Red Kingdom and showed multiple Trump flag-flying trucks driving very close to the Biden, as if escorting it, as they all barreled down the highway.