Sam Spadino has been booted from Duluth’s Amsoil Arena for allegedly screaming Trump and called him a rapist before security removed him.
The man-bunned protester who was thrown from the President Trump the Minnesota rally on Wednesday night seems to be an aspiring comedian and self-proclaimed “full-time human Guinea pig.”
Sam Spadino, who was mocked for his man-bun hairstyle of Trump, has been booted from Duluth’s Amsoil Arena by security staff. This, after he allegedly yelled at the Trump, and called him a rapist. Spadino was also a large photo of Trump in addition to financier and registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
On his Twitter account, Spadino written, “Trump has not only asked me, if I said a man or a woman and to be honest, I don’t know,” along with hashtags including #Bernie2020 and #trumpisachildrapist.
So much fun to meet @stormy Daniels in Madison! Keep up the good work! #team stormy #basta pic.twitter.com/aZJkLURooU
— A man or a woman? (@partydino) June 10, 2018
To see Spadino interview with Vice, in 2016-where he talks about a human lab rat, which is in Phase 1 clinical studies.
“[My first attempt] testing a new delivery system of fentanyl, which is a pretty hardcore painkillers,” Spadino Vice said. “I have a study that got out with synthetic THC, and I have been a little high.”
Spadino is a Twitter account has a photo of him together with porn actress Stormy Daniels– the lawsuit against Trump and his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, a confidentiality agreement, which prevents her from the discussion about an alleged sexual relationship with trump in 2006.
A search for Spadino name in the internet also brings with it a series of strange stand-up comedy routines and a fake game show that he hosted, where the winner gets to have a baby.
Spadino the interruption of the Trump came only hours after the President signed the stop the executive order, the controversial practice of separation of children from parents, the ca=ome to this country illegally. Trump and his supporters met numerous protests during his short visit in Minnesota.
More than 1,000 people marched past the arena on Wednesday, drawing a hiss and a middle finger of some Trump Fans. After the speech, two protesters were refused in handcuffs after screaming to stop and push, a supporter of the President outside the arena.
The two were cited and released for disorderly conduct and the other for obstructing the law.
Despite the protests, the Duluth, the police, the day remained relatively civil, as thousands of Fans, the President welcomed said in the arena.
“Thousands of people and an overwhelming politeness was a good day for Duluth,” police chief Mike Tusken wrote on Facebook.