A video has surfaced of a mob of furious Trump supporters harassing a woman by cornering her and spraying her car.
Erika Harris, a 20-year-old from Bakersfield, California, shared the incident live on her Facebook over the weekend.
The video, which is 27 minutes long, chronicles the entire altercation.
In the video, Trump supporters can be seen verbally attacking Harris outside of a Starbucks.
At the start of the clip, a man wearing a Trump 2020 vest calls her a string of profanities.
Then, a group of supporters surround the car and continue to shout at Harris and her friend.
At one point, a woman attempts to slap Harris’s phone out of her hand.
Later on, one of the crowd admits to spraying “bear mace” into Harris’s car.
In a particularly horrifying moment, somebody calls Harris the N-word.
Eventually, the group of Trump supporters begin to walk away. Soon after, police officers arrive at the scene.
Harris explains that they were pepper-sprayed and surrounded. She can be heard trying to convince the cops that the supporters had committed a crime and that she had been doxxed in the past by that group.
Doxxing is when people publish private or identifying information about someone on the internet, typically with malicious intent.
Harris then asks: “So why are they allowed to leave the scene when they just committed a felony?”
The police insist no crime has been committed and leave the scene.