A car drove through a crowd of protesters.
The demonstration was in Brazil, not the United States, and was part of a general strike.
In May 2017, a video appeared on social media showing a car driving through a crowd of protesters on a highway. Many posts of this footage lacked contextual information, leaving viewers in the dark about when and where it occurred.
When Facebook group "Trump Supporters" posted the video without context, many commenters assumed that the protesters were liberals, part of Black Lives Matter, that they were protesting President Donald Trump, and that the incident took place somewhere in the United States:
When the vehicle arrived at the site, demonstrators had already occupied the highway. The driver tried to move forward, but the vehicle was surrounded. He then drives backward and pulls off the demonstrators. Film reporter Wilson Araújo, from TV Vanguarda, recorded the moment.
The injured women were rescued by the Rescue at the Industrial Village emergency room. They suffered bruises and were discharged from the unit at night.
The driver who got involved in the hit was prosecuted and arrested for attempted murder - he remains detained this Saturday (29).
A second video of the incident clearly shows that the protesters were holding protest signs in Portuguese, one of which read "Greve geral contra las reformas trabalhista e da previdencia," or "General strike against the labor and social security reforms":
In short, any interpretation of this video involving anti-Trump protesters is resoundingly false.