Trump Supporter Pulls Gun On Teen Girls For Splashing Him With Liquid At Rally Nicole T Harmon Updated in Nov 2021 At an unofficial rally for President Trump in Woodinville, Washington, a supporter pulled a gun on two teen girls for splashing him with water. Sure, it wasn't holy water; in fact, it was a bucket of dirt, but it still makes no sense to respond in such an aggressive matter. The Tensions Were High The group of protesters pro and against President clashed, but apart from words, there was no violent exchange. That is until this young man started yelling as he pulls his pistol on the teenagers. A woman can be seen desperately trying to push him away from the scene as one of the girls tells him to "get the f**k out." The two had quite a conversation: "What's your name? I'm calling the police! I've got it on video that you pulled a gun on girls." The woman filming the video yells, as the Trump supporter responds: "Call the police, bitch! Rat me out, bitch." As the man returns to face the girls once more, the woman filming tells him the bucket of liquid was just "water, you snowflake." Twitter's All About Girl Power Though this was all about the upcoming elections, many pointed out that this is also about feminism and female bravery. @emrazz Next time a man says women are fragile, show him this video of a man pulling a gun on some teens after a stranger splashed him with dirty water. (This isn’t my vid but I’m in it. Happened in Woodinville WA at an unofficial Trump rally today.) pic.twitter.com/AgMimpOuwW— Just A Bit Alien (@JustABitAlien) October 25, 2020 The woman filming showed a lot of courage, and so did the teens. Though things could've ended much worse, it's good that everyone involved is alive and well. Footage of the incident went to Twitter has and has been viewed over 3.2 million times. And the number's rising. We're not saying that throwing stuff at people is good. The young girls are certainly no role models. However, you do not pull out a gun every time you feel like it. And you certainly don't pull a gun over a harmless prank because you're an adult. You should know better! No Arrests Yet Police are investigating the case, and as Woodinville Police Chief Kathleen Larson told: "We've got a lot of work to do, because we want to interview a lot of people and try and put everything in context." He continued: "There are two sides to every story, and in this particular case, in this video, we don't see what precipitated the man pulling out his firearm, and he was assaulted prior to that." Carrying a firearm is legal in Washington. It doesn't make much sense, but not many things in the States make sense at the time of the elections!