Supporters in a highway caravan supporting President Donald J. Trump surrounded a Joe Biden campaign bus ahead of the former Vice President’s stop in San Antonio. A video released of the encounter shows vehicles of apparent Trump supporters blocking in and slowing down the campaign bus. At one point, a white car, suspected of being part of the campaign entourage rammed into a pickup Truck sporting Trump flags. The media claims the FBI is investigating the incident. The FBI office in San Antonio confirmed they were aware of the incident, but provided no confirmation of an investigation or any information regarding the investigation.
This is the full video of the collision in Texas. The white SUV swerved into the truck’s lane while the Biden bus straddles both lanes. The Biden supporter whose thread went viral edited this video and cut out all the commentary explaining what happened. pic.twitter.com/FDm8wdWPBq
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) October 31, 2020
President Trump sided with his supporters on Twitter.
“In my opinion, these patriots did nothing wrong. 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 said.
Out of precaution, the Biden campaign suspended its appearances in Texas. Neither Biden nor Harris were on the bus that was targeted. Dubbed “Operation Block the Bus”, a video taken by the vehicle in front of Biden’s bus shows the bus extremely close and tailgating.
— Resist Programming (@RzstProgramming) November 1, 2020
Another video shows Biden’s bus swerving into an adjacent vehicle, crossing lanes.
WOW: Video proof shows the Biden campaign bus in Texas swerving lanes close into Trump supporters vehicles.pic.twitter.com/VL3PNyPNdq
— Mike Coudrey (@MichaelCoudrey) November 1, 2020
A ‘Trump Train’ ambushed a Biden-Harris campaign bus on the the road between campaign events in Texas — and true to form, Trump tweeted his praise pic.twitter.com/T1bw1AAFcP
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) November 1, 2020