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A homeless man who had his worldly possessions torched by an antifa mob has been given new clothes, a tent and money.
Americans from the city of Austin, Texas banded together to donate these possessions to the man after he got caught up in a protest relating to the death of George Floyd.
"They gave me a new tent, air mattress, they bought me food, they bought me clothes, money—you can testify to that. Thank you, Austin. I love you all," said the man.
"You're the best," continued the man. "I have no hard feelings at all: I was just in a bad place at a bad time."
The man's mattress was burned this Monday after three masked men grabbed it and threw it onto a pyre. The man then attempted to pull his bedding out of the flames, but it had already caught fire.
In the original video, the man can be heard shouting "No, I live here," however the protestors continued their assault.
Some protestors have suggested that Alex Jones of Info Wars—the original outlet who took the video—was behind this incident, although they provided no evidence.