Anti-Bullying Ambassador Smiles In Court After Assaulting Elderly Trump Supporter

23 year old Shacara McLaurin has faced some bullying in her life. In 2011, she was bullied so bad that her story caught the attention of anti-bullying campaign called Stomp Out Bullying. They asked her to be the face of the initiative. It was a good choice until they realized that she completely lacks self-control and could become a bully herself if pushed hard enough.

During her ‘peaceful’ protest outside Trump tower this week she was faced with a decision. Stick to her guns about anti-bullying and always take the high road OR react to an old drunk man in his 70’s who called her a name. She warned the man to leave her alone or she would ‘f*** him up’. She chose to show her true colors and pushed the old man so hard that he fell backwards hitting his head on the way down.

McLaurin was arrested for felony assault and faced court on Friday. She appeared to be very proud of her bullish actions because she was reported to smile during the entire proceedings. You see bullies are non-repentant for their actions. They believe they have a right to display a show of force if it benefits them. It is not surprising to discover that McLaurin is also in the Black Lives Matter movement, a movement built around bullying police officers, neighborhoods, white people, black people who disagree with them… the list goes on.

Take a look at her relatives who picked her up from jail… yeah they don’t look like a family full of bullies. I guess they’re no bullies as long as you don’t get in their way or do give them your lunch money. Just sayin’… these Millennials really are so self absorbed that they can’t see that they are what they think they’re protesting.

A Tea Party activist who worked on four National bus Tours and created Mega Rallies across the country. She has worked with conservative stars like Sarah Palin, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Andrew Breitbart and others.

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