‘Karen the Faucist lost her marbles’: Irrational DC woman screams at Defeat the Mandates rallygoers

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If there is a milder variant for Trump derangement syndrome, it apparently has yet to emerge.

A video has gone viral, as it were, of a woman apparently triggered by the grassroots “Defeat the Mandates” rally in Washington, D.C. which was attended by an estimated 35,000 Americans on Sunday.

The New York Young Republican Club, who shared the footage on Twitter, dubbed the woman Karen the Faucist. The incident has also prompted various satirical memes.

The screaming lady appeared to get out of a van decorated with children’s handprints and then launched into a diatribe about “white supremacists” shutting down the road…so [they] can party, and have a hell of a time, celebrating their loser president, loser Trump.”

“Go the f— home; stop invading our territory…take your loser president and shove him up your a—.”

Watch: (*warning for language):

The rally, where mRNA inventor Dr. Robert Malone and many others spoke in favor of medical freedom and other issues, had little or nothing to do with ex-President Trump, however.

In addressing the crowd, numerous medical professionals and others, among other things, emphasized freedom of choice and autonomy in medical decisions and cautioned against one-size-fits-all COVID-19 vaccinations, especially for younger/healthy people, and those who possess natural immunity.

The march that started at the Washington Monument and culminated at the Lincoln Memorial included Americans who are vaccinated but oppose government edicts in the context of the coronavirus jab.

In the meantime, a new NBC poll indicates that only 4o percent still trust Dr. Anthony Fauci, the ubiquitous TV presence, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and President Joe Biden’s chief medical advisor, in the context of what he says about COVID.

Apparently, there was a second monologue in which the same woman seemingly accused the attendees of being pedophiles and otherwise not believing in anything. “Do you want to build a white nation; is that what you want?”, she asked rhetorically.

A bystander can be heard laughing and commenting “that’s classic stuff.”

As alluded to above, the encounter promptly inspired social media memes.

The video also inspired lots of mostly irreverent comments on social media. Here is a sampling:

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