A self-proclaimed white supremacist was arrested after he was caught on video striking a woman in the face with his hand after going off on a pro-Trump rant and professing his support for white supremacy.
In a video shared widely on social media, the man, later identified as Nicholas Arnold Schock, can be heard demanding employees of a Sarasota, Florida, establishment “call Donald Trump” after he is asked not to expose himself to children.
“I’m a white supremacist,” he said. “The Aryan nation will rule the world!” he yells at the camera.
“People covered in tattoos are going to be my closest relatives, I promise you,” he rants.
“Hey, we’ve got children in here,” a bystander said.
“I don’t give a fuck,” the suspect said. “Call Donald Trump, please.”
A bystander in a light cyan shirt tries to lead him off.
“Do you know Donald Trump?” the suspect said. “If you don’t know Donald Trump, I’m not going nowhere. I will butt-fuck this bitch on the table right now.”
When a female employee warns Schock that children are nearby, he slaps the woman with an open hand.
Several men quickly tackle Schock to the ground, where is put into a chokehold.
According to Law & Crime, Schock was booked into the Sarasota County jail on a count each of battery, and disturbing the peace.
Records show the Wachula-resident was arrested Friday in the city of Nokomis, just 15 miles south of Sarasota. He was being held on a $620 bond.
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