WOW! Woman Demands Reparations, Gets Face Smashed Instead
A lot of people today feel way too entitled. They think that everything is owed to them and that you’d better just do what they say if you know what’s good for you. Sorry, that’s not how the world works. People aren’t going to cater to this sort of mentality, at least, not ultimately. Sure, there are going to be some liberals who give into this sort of nonsense, but the majority of people aren’t going to go along with this.
Here’s an example of one person who proved that he wasn’t going to put up with it. In Ohio, a security guard named Zach Cotter found himself in a violent altercation with a customer named Karen (how fitting) Ivery at a Target store in October 2022. Ivery had demanded over $1,000 worth of groceries as reparation, and when a manager was called to handle the situation, she became aggressive and approached the manager with hostility.
Cotter, the store’s loss prevention officer, intervened and tried to de-escalate the situation. He urged Ivery to calm down and leave the store, but she refused and effectively chased him to his office. Cotter attempted to prevent her from entering by blocking the doorway, but Ivery forced her way inside. In self-defense, Cotter punched Ivery in the face, and then contacted the law enforcement officials.
After investigating the matter, the Blue Ash Police Department concluded that Cotter had acted in self-defense, and no charges were filed against him. The incident highlights the growing tension around conversations about reparations, America’s legacy of racism, and the issues of social inequality that continue to plague the country.
It also serves as a reminder of the importance of training security personnel to handle delicate situations with care, while also ensuring their safety and well-being are protected. Overall, the incident at Target was handled well in my opinion.
Ohio Woman demands her bill at Target is paid via 'Reparations' chases manager, gets punched in the face instead 😭 pic.twitter.com/w1CM3uiVCn
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