Karma came to a woman who berated and harassed a man wearing a ‘Make America Great Again’ hat.
She might want to second guess herself next time she tries to abuse someone she disagrees with politically.
A Palo Alto accountant lost her job after berating a man in public and online for wearing a “Make America Great Again” cap at a Palo Alto Starbucks. She called the guy a Nazi…he’s Jewish.
Rebeca Parker Mankey tried to shame the man in Starbucks and then followed him into the parking lot to harass him. She even called on Starbucks employees and customers to follow the man and help her harass him.
It didn’t end there. The woman continued to harass the man online. She posted the man’s personal information on social media and asked people to shame him. Her Facebook account has since been deactivated. She also posted on Twitter:
“I am going to publicly shame him in town and try to get him fired and kicked out of every club he is in. I am going to go to his house march up and down carrying a sign that says he hates black people. I am going to organize protests where he works to make him feel as unsafe as he made every brown person he met today.”
Len Ramirez spoke to the Trump supporter Wednesday:
She called the guy a Nazi. It just so happens that he’s Jewish and wears a yarmulke under his MAGA hat.
A woman who said she confronted a man for wearing a red “Make America Great Again” hat inside a Palo Alto Starbucks was fired from her job at a nearby music store.
On Monday, Rebecca Parker Mankey took pictures of a man wearing a MAGA hat, and wrote in a Facebook post that she “called the entire Starbucks to order and yelled at him.”
“He will never forget me and will think seriously about wearing that hat in my town ever again,” she wrote. “If you see him in this hat, please confront him. You do not want to be the person who didn’t speak up as we slipped into fascism.”
Her Facebook post was widely shared and derided by conservatives, and her account has since been deactivated.
A day later, Palo Alto music store Gryphon Strings announced that Mankey had lost her job.”Gryphon does not believe anyone should be harassed or subject to hate speech no matter their beliefs,” the store wrote in a Tuesday Facebook post. “Music has historically been something that has brought people of diverse socio-political backgrounds together.”