In just another example of Trump derangement syndrome, a woman named Abib L. Ascencio posted a video confronting a Cuban American for wearing a Make America Great Again hat.
The video, posted Monday morning, shows her confronting the man in a thrift shop, calling him “nasty,” telling him he “should be ashamed of himself.”
(She has made her account private since posting the video, a copy is below)
The Tweet said “If you’re brave enough to wear it out, I’m brave enough to call out out.” But she obviously isn’t brave enough to keep her account open after posting it.
Ascencio admits in a follow-up Tweet that the man is Cuban.
This is yet another case of anti-Trump liberals confronting people simply minding their own business while wearing gear in support of President Donald Trump.
The most prominent recent case was a man throwing a drink in the face of a 16-year old, while using racial slurs.
After the man was identified, he was fired from his job at a San Antonio bar, and is facing charges for the assault.
In response to the Tweet from Ascencio, Stewart Rhodes of the Oath Keepers made a Tweet stating he will be wearing a MAGA hat for the first time in protest, telling any anti-Trump figures to “come and take it.”
Going out to dinner in San Antonio, wearing MAGA hats for first time. Come and take it! pic.twitter.com/KkSeNFwRgv
— Oath Keepers (@Oathkeepers) February 19, 2019
Ascencio responded to their Tweet by claiming they were about to go out and commit “hate crimes.”
This is what racist white ppl do on twitter before going out and committing hate crimes and y’all wanna say it’s just a hat!!! Names were said in this video! https://t.co/TaLva2rtyR
— Abib L. Ascencio (@abibascencio) February 19, 2019
Big League Politics attempted to reach Ascencio for comment, but our calls remain unanswered.
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