Another day, another attack against an old geezer daring to express his heretical dissent from liberal-fascist dogma via headwear.
A California accountant who attempted to “publicly shame” an elderly Jewish man for wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat has been fired from her job, the Washington Times reported.
Good. I hope she starves to death in the fucking street. Yes, I mean that quite literally.
Rebecca Parker Mankey proudly shared details about the encounter on Facebook and Twitter, posting photos of the 74-year-old Trump supporter who was minding his own business until she accosted him. She bellowed, “it’s not okay to hate brown people!”
Go fuck yourself, stupid Nazi bitch.
Mankey said she yelled at the man and “called the entire Starbucks to order” in an unsuccessful effort to get them to join her in her tirade.
She added that she wanted him to call the police because that way she could find out “where he lived, his wife’s name, and where his kids went to school.”
Then she chased the man out of Starbucks, yelling at him to “get the f*ck out of my town and never come back,” according to the post.
I got a better idea: we give notice so that sane Americans can escape, then quickly build a big, beautiful wall around every liberal shithole in the country, with guard towers, searchlights, and snipers all facing inwards to guarantee not one of the sewer rats can escape. Any sane people who don’t get the word and find themselves trapped inside with the nutjobs can be rescued by Snake Plissken. The victim, as you would expect, was far more reasonable about the lunatic’s violent tantrum:
“It’s called Trump derangement syndrome: people acting crazy. If you can’t tell the difference between a hat that says ‘Make America Great Again’ and a Nazi helmet or a Ku Klux Klan hat, I’d say you’re deranged,” he added.
Bingo. We close nicely:
On a more positive note, most people KTVU spoke with seemed to support Victor’s freedom of speech and expression, whether they agreed with him or not.
“Wear that hat and be proud. You just stand up for what you believe in and I’ll stand up for what I believe in and we can still have a cup of coffee together. Right on,” said one unidentified woman who gave Victor with a hug as they talked on California Avenue.
Support for free speech, the right to dissent, tolerance and respect when those rights are exercised. In America, in 2019. Whodathunkit?