DAILYKENN.com -- 25-year-old Terri Thomas doesn't want to wear a mask, apparently.
I don't blame her. I don't either.
However, I stop short of bitch slapping, punching, choke-holding, kicking, or otherwise assaulting those who do wear masks; including those who think it their duty to lecture me on prizing my individual liberty to breath free.
Thomas was arrested after security video allegedly captured her assaulting 54-year-old transplant patient, Margot Kagan, after the two exchanged words regarding the right to breath free.
This poses a problem for the far-left.
On one hand, mis-named "liberals" oppose the liberty of breathing free and insist we all wear mandated masks.
On the other hand, leftists nearly always side with blacks in disputes with whites, also presuming white oppression is at play.
Thomas' arrest was reported by nbcnewyork.com that seemed to support the victim while demonizing Thomas after she was arrested "for Assaulting Transplant Patient Who Asked Her to Wear Mask."
Even thegrio.com seemed to side with the white masked woman.
"NJ woman who broke elderly woman’s leg over mask request arrested," the headline read.
The New Jersey woman who was caught on surveillance camera assaulting an elderly woman over a face mask dispute has been arrested.
25-year-old Terri Thomas was arrested in Hackensack, NJ for aggravated assault after viral video was released showing her attack on a woman with a cane at a STAPLES. An earlier report on theGrio noted that Margot Kagan was using a copy machine when a woman with a mask pulled down below her mouth approached a machine next to her.
Kagan asked the woman to put on her mask. It is unclear what the response was, but the two exchange words.
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