(The Post Millennial) – Biden supporters Camryn Amy and Olivia Winslow pleaded guilty to theft, child endangerment, and hate crimes for attacking pro-Trump protesters and stealing a Make America Great Again hat from a crying child near the Democratic National Convention in Wilmington, Delaware, last year.

Other charges of assault, attempted assault and conspiracy that had been levied against the pair were dropped during a plea bargain process which has been formalized on Monday. The two women are now awaiting sentencing, which should take place sometime in September 2021.

According to the New York Post, the video of the incident uploaded by Students for Trump on Aug. 20, 2020, which led to the two women’s arrest and conviction, went viral worldwide, eventually passing the 5 million view mark:

In the initial incident, the young pro-Trump family was confronted after leaving a peaceful counter protest and waiting for a table at a nearby restaurant.

The 21-year-olds at the time were identified on camera in the robbery investigations involving the juvenile victim and his pro-Trump mother.

“That’s someone else’s hat!” the 7-year-old boy shouts in the footage as the Democrats retorts with expletives. He pleads for his property back, to which one of the women fires back at the child: “Your mom f—ing likes Trump.”

The women then tosses the Trump hat over a fence into a dirt-filled construction site where the mother-and-son pair could not retrieve it. The parent later alleged that she was “punched in the face” multiple times during the altercation. A man is punched in the video when he tries to wrestle the cap away from the women.

Just before the assault, Winslow and Amy were also filmed threatening and throwing coffee at Students for Trump activist and The Post Millennial reporter Katie Daviscourt, who vowed to file charges.

“I’ll whoop your a**, b*cth!” Winslow, the first female suspect named in the separate case, threatens Daviscourt from inside a vehicle.

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