Following her arrest at Sunday’s anti-Trump protest in Fort Lauderdale, Marah Lieberman wants to play the victim. She claims police mistreated her and falsely claimed she attacked pro-Trump folks. According to The New Times, Lieberman claims she was yelling a people chanting “build the wall.”

“I didn’t put my hand on anybody. I didn’t touch anybody. I was just shouting,” Lieberman told New Times after posting bond Monday evening. “I got tackled on the ground. My back hurts, my wrists are sore, and my thumbs are still numb.”

Video of the arrest shows a handcuffed Lieberman refusing to stand up and walk to a police car. Lieberman yelled for a lawyer.

Her Facebook page shows Lieberman is no stranger to street protests. She posted a picture from the 2004 Republican National Convention in New York City.

In the photo, Lieberman has her mouth and face covered while running in the street. Other covered protesters appear to be running from a parade float on fire.

She added the caption, “Here is a flashback to me in 2004 RNC NYC! Let’s get a revolution started this year everyone!”


The Hello FL news site uncovered this picture of Lieberman tearing up a Trump sign at another rally in 2016. So much for being a “victim.”