A protester of President Donald Trump’s visit to Sacramento on Monday got what was coming to him when he jumped on top of a California Highway Patrol car and was flung off when the officer sped away.
The Sacramento Bee reported that protesters had gathered outside McClellan Airport, where Trump held a joint briefing with California Gov. Gavin Newsom to address the state’s record wildfires.
As a CHP cruiser tried to make its way through the demonstrators, one jumped on the hood of the car as others surrounded it.
The officer had his siren blaring and lights flashing, but the protesters would not move as the squad car inched forward.
When the man who planted himself on the hood of the car began to make his way toward the vehicle’s roof, the police officer hit the gas.