An administrator of the now-deleted Facebook group “White Privilege Club” was arrested in San Francisco on Wednesday after driving his motorcycle through a crowd of Republican healthcare protestors staging a “die-in”.
The man, suspected to be San Francisco resident Jeffrey Dillon, yelled “If you want to go to the hospital, here you go,” and “You will have health care if you people stop protesting,” at dozens of activists protesting a block away from the GameLink offices, the hardcore porn company he works for as the head of the business development department, the Daily Mail reported.
The incident was captured on video, in which protesters can be seen lying or standing on the road blocking traffic before Dillon drives up behind them with his red 2015 BMW motorcycle.
Nobody was injured, but Dillon did create chaos among the protesters, who dispersed to the side of the road to avoid being run over before he made a u-turn and drove through the crowd again.
“He was revving and revving, he was gunning it, aiming at people who were laying down,” one witness told the San Francisco Chronicle.
“I thought he was playing chicken,” another said.
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As he was handcuffed and taken into custody by police, the 39-year-old told the crowd: “You guys were blocking the intersection and now you’re not. See how that works?”
The man was cited for reckless driving and released without being thrown in jail, according to the San Francisco Police Department.
It has since been discovered that the tattooed clad Dillon, also known as Dillionaire, is a staunch Trump supporter and ran a Facebook group called “White Privilege Club.”
“This isn’t a racist site/group, it is the exact opposite. It is a celebration of our culture and who we are… I am proud of who I am and my people,” he wrote on the page before it was deleted on Thursday night.
“Yell ‘White Pride’ and people look at you like ive got a clan outfit on… I married a slant eye import, so you know i aint racist :wink:” another deleted post read, referring to his wife, a 36-year-old Asian woman named Teresa.
Under Dillon’s Twitter profile picture of him hugging an inflatable sex doll, it reads:
“A Dillonaire – is not a person who is monetarily rich, but rather a person who is rich in friendships, family, life experiences and most important of all LOVE.”
He hasn’t tweeted since September 2016, but his last post was an article titled “Why Are Some Women Threatened by Male Masturbation?”