Belly Dancing SJW Starts Lynch Mob Against US Flag Lady Attacked By Antifa, Says Her Shirt Says “White States Of America,” Really Says United States Of America
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This is Shira Lipkin
She’s a social justice warrior writer “activist.”
She was part of the mob on Saturday that went to Boston for the purposes of destroying free speech. She did this by lying to herself and calling 15 people in a Gazebo “Nazis”:
Once again, Nazis:
While she was there she decided to do some public shaming of random white people she deemed to be Nazis.
According to here, “these people were wearing “White States of America” shirts (edit: I also thought they said United at first; didn’t get 100% clear pics because it was a fraught situation and neither would you, so sit down), screaming hate, and the woman shoved a black protester (edit: and later accused multiple black protesters of shoving her).”
Her post has been shared hundreds of times, so it MUST be true that this woman is wearing a “white states of America” shirt. People wouldn’t get outraged over nothing would they? Let’s take a closer look at that shirt:
Oh wait, it clearly says United States of America in cursive. The best part about this is that her INITIAL reaction was that it said United States. Then she looked closer and came to the conclusion that it said White States. Because “White” ends in a lower case “d.” In other words, she found a way for the shirt to say exactly what she wanted it to say. This is how these fascists operate.
Oh, and this just so happens to be the same woman who was attacked by Antifa and dragged as she held onto the flag for dear life:
— Fox News (@FoxNews) August 19, 2017
Here she is crying afterwards:
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) August 20, 2017
These are the “Nazis” that brave SJWs fought against. An elderly couple waving an American flag while wearing a United States of America shirt.
It doesn’t matter to SJWs though, because they see what they want to see:
Ya know what, I think woman Shirley is a Nazi too:
Do I have any proof? Nope. But CLEARLY my eyes have told me she is a Nazi, therefore she is.
They also saw Nazis and white nationalists. Also known as “people I disagree with.”
Then people started “identifying” the woman in the picture:
Except Susan Reilly turned out to be an entirely different woman too.
Of course the dangers of spreading a lie like this is that SJWSs WANT to believe it’s true. So they blindly share it and start calling for heads. Here’s some of the shares it got:
Let’s make them famous? Nah, let’s make Russ Mumaw famous instead:
As you can he’s old, which means he more than likely beat up black people back in the 60’s. Do I have any proof? Nope. But that’s just how the Internet works now.
Then there’s Warren:
Warren Huber is from 307 Sterling St, Lancaster, MA.
He is a failed substitute teacher
Who likes to come to Worcester to protest our imaginary Nazis too….with his parrot of course
Amy E. Smith shared it
Because she wants to get this woman, who was the victim of an Antifa attack, fired from whatever her job is:
Because being assaulted for wearing an American flag isn’t punishment enough for exercising basic civil liberties.
Amy E. Smith lives in the nearly all white community of Georgetown:
Because she clearly does not like living anywhere near people of color, and is quite likely a white nationalist. Don’t see many black folk on her Facebook page.
But why would Shira Lipkin by lying? Oh right, she can’t be lying because they take belly dancing class together:
Carol Corcoran is one of Amy’s friends who decided that the shirt actually read, “Unite White States of America.
I guess she likes spreading lies in order to ruin innocent people too. Weird, because she is a licensed marriage and family therapist.
I wouldn’t want this woman trying to save my marriage. She’d just make shit up since she’s clearly a professional liar. Whatever you do, do NOT flood her business page with 1 star reviews. That would almost be as bad as spreading a lie about an innocent woman being a Nazi.
Then there’s Tasha Mack, who wrote, “fuck her n that old dick she rode in on,” and “she should’ve gotten a high five in the forehead.”
If you see this woman, please be careful:
She has violent tendencies, hates the elderly, and might be a Nazi.
Michelle Doucette was part of the mob that assaulted the woman, and mocked her on Facebook for “crying like a baby” and “wrapping herself up in her little american flag”:
Michelle Doucette works at Roxy’s Grilled Cheese in Lynnfield.
I’m sure they are a lovely business, but they should probably know that they employ a possible Nazi who was part of a mob that assaulted an elderly woman, and then perpetrated a lie about her shirt in order to smear her. Do NOT let them know on their Facebook page about the kind of woman they employ.
This is what we’re doing from now on. You don’t get to bully and call people Nazis anymore or else you’re going to know exactly what it feels like to be on the receiving end of these lynch mobs.
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