An anti-bullying ambassador was all smiles in court after she was arrested for bullying a 74-year-old Trump supporter and shoving him to the ground.
The ironic assault is emblematic of the recent string of violent assaults on Trump supporters by “tolerant loving liberals” since the election.
Shacara McLaurin, who became an ambassador against bullying after experiencing it herself in high school, was at a protest outside Trump Tower when the assault occurred.
According to her, she resorted to violence after getting into a heated verbal altercation with the 74-year-old Trump supporter.
According to her lawyer, Shacara warned him to back off multiple times, otherwise she would “f*ck him up.”
Instead of being a shining example of liberal “tolerance,” McLaurin eventually pushed the elderly man onto the ground, causing him to slam his head on the floor.
Police arrived on the scene and, after assessing the incident, arrested Shacara for felony assault.
The following day, she grinned her way through court as her lawyer ensured the judge that she was a good citizen and unlikely to ever hurt anyone. The lawyer also claimed Shacara’s victim used racial slurs.
She was released without bail on Friday. She faces two assault charges, one of which is a felony because of her victim’s age.
According to a friend of Shacara’s, “The old man was harassing them and screaming about Trump. He got too close and she pushed him. The man fell. The police didn’t take statements from the black witnesses until we forced them.”
Shacara’s account, as well as those of her friends, are highly questionable given the numerous hate crime hoaxes since the president-elect’s victory on Tuesday night.
Shacara is the face of an organization called “Stomp Out Bullying” after she was, supposedly, a victim of harassment in 2011: