Source: Cassandra Fairbanks

The Trump supporter who was shot by a local news bodyguard in Denver on Saturday has been identified as veteran and cowboy hat designer Lee Keltman.

Keltman’s killer, Matt Dolloff, was a leftist activist who was working as a bodyguard for local station 9News.

The Denver Post interviewed Keltman in 2015. In the Q&A, he described his love of making people happy by creating hats, which he described as “wearable art.”

“I love creating new designs and making people happy when they get the hat that they have been searching for. When I put a hat on someone who has been looking for the perfect hat for some time, and the hat just fits right, and it looks right, and they know it’s finally right, they just light up. That’s the most rewarding part,” Keltman said.

He founded his hat company in 1994 after getting a job at a hat company. He said that it “gets in your blood and you get a passion for it. It’s an art, like painting, and I just kept doing it. I’m lucky that I’ve been able to make a living out of it for 21 years now.”

Antifa celebrated in the street at the news of a Trump supporter being shot.

A video of the ghastly murder celebration was captured by photographer Joseph A. Camp.

“One less white f-cking supremacist! F-ck yeah! Right in the f-cking dome! F-ck yeah,” an extremist shouts in the shocking and horrific footage. Submit a Correction