Woman pepper sprayed in face at Berkeley identifies herself, Twitter war ignites when libs attack all over again

The woman who was viciously attacked with pepper spray when thugs rioted before a scheduled appearance by Milo Yiannopoulos spoke out on social media Thursday.

Kiara Robles, a supporter of President Donald Trump, was assaulted in cowardly fashion as she gave an interview to a reporter during the University of California, Berkeley riots on Wednesday.

Within hours she wrote about what happened to her on her Facebook and Twitter accounts.

And, like clockwork, the anti-free speech leftists attacked her again.

Despite the rhetoric justifying her attack, Robles also received tons of support.

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