"Entitled" Woman Tackles Mask Display
A woman, who is able to strap a $40,000 Rolex watch onto her wrist and drive around in a Range Rover every day, became the pinnacle of entitlement when she felt her freedom was being attacked when she stood before a display full of face masks at her local Target.
So, the Scottsdale, Arizona woman decided to become the proverbial Karen in a china shop.
TMZ reports that the rioting woman, dubbed "QAnon Karen," filmed herself going WWE on the hapless display over the weekend -- in which she claims she was sent by President Donald Trump to act as his personal harbinger of destruction.
"Target, it's over!" The woman hysterically shouted as she tore the masks off the stand, peppering in profanity as she slammed them to the floor and cheered.
Eventually, several Target employees flank the woman and politely ask her to cease her rampaging ways -- only for her to scream back that she's being discriminated against because she's a "blonde white woman."
She also adds that, "everyone else can do it," but Target drew the line at her because she has on a $40,000 Rolex.
When police eventually tracked her down at her home, the woman then claimed she's a spokesperson for QAnon -- a far-right conspiracy theory group -- and was following orders from 45.
Yes, she filmed that cringey exchange too and began spouting off words like "deep state" before claiming that she is wired directly to the president and can broadcast her Instagram to the whole world.
As the clearly unimpressed officer executes an arrest, she began accusing they're "doing it" to her because she's Jewish.
The U.S. is close to reporting three million COVID-19 cases. Several municipalities have begun mandating residents wear a mask to prevent spreading the virus.