Activist who assaulted multiple people at DC rally identified as journalism student

Brittany McAlister. Credit: Twitter.

An young journalist has been positively identified as a member of a pro BLM group responsible for attacking conservative protesters in Washington DC over the weekend, doing no favors for the “fourth estate” and its dwindling PR image.

29-year-old DC resident Brittany S. McAlister was ID’d as the woman filmed assaulting Trump-supporters after the “Million MAGA March” on Saturday.

McAlister, who is a third-year journalism student at Howard University and works as a freelance journalist, was holding a camera as she kicked an unconscious man on the ground after he was sucker-punched by Kenneth Wayne DeBerry.

According to the Post Millennial, the young journalist then sprinted up behind a woman carrying an American flag, striking her in the head before fleeing the scene.

McAlister was previously profiled by far-left radical group Refuse Facism, who showcased her speech made against President Donald J. Trump at Black Lives Matter Plaza.

Described as a a “freelance backpack journalist” who runs the magazine, Pawzels, McAlister has since diminished her social media presence in an effort to hide from public scrutiny.

A photo of McAlister has since been released by the DC Metro Police, though they have yet to capture her.

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