In yet another "courageous" act of liberal activism, a young leftist ambushed White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer while he was trying to shop at an Apple store. For her efforts, she has gotten the chance to present herself as a victim of "such nasty bigotry."
"How do you feel about destroying our country, Sean?" the progressive asked Spicer while broadcasting her harassment/activism ("harassactivism"?) on Periscope. "How does it feel to work for a fascist?"
The activist, who goes by the name "Shree," describes herself on Twitter as an "Education advocate. Eternal optimist. Art lover. Arc bender. Firenzephile. Feminist. Fearless. Patriot. Slayer." After having been a part of the fascistic blocking of Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos (whose pro-school choice stance the Left abhors), Shree took it upon herself to "speak truth to power" by following Spicer around the Apple store in Georgetown. She proudly streamed the obnoxious confrontation on Periscope and tweeted it out.
Some samples of her loaded questions:
"Have you helped with the Russia stuff?"
"Are you a criminal as well?"
"How do you feel about destroying our country, Sean?"
"Do you feel good about lying to the American people?"
Watch the obnoxious "activism" here.
For her efforts, Shree was awarded an article on Medium, where she could more fully vocalize why and how she's channeled her "anxiety, sadness, and anger" over Trump into "action."
After explaining in the Left's standard virtue-signaling manner how she "shattered" her iPhone when her candidate of choice was upset by Trump on election night, Shree declares the new president "dangerous" for America and says her "activism" is supposed to be inspiring to others, or something:
Very early on, I knew that Donald J. Trump was dangerous for America and had fascist tendencies. His views on people of color, immigrants and Muslims are abhorrent. His actions against women are despicable. His willful disregard for our Constitutional rights is well, fascist.
I was devastated by the election but I have channeled my anxiety, sadness, and anger into action. I tell anybody who will listen, ways in which they can resist. I have explained how dire the situation is to my closest friends and family, and I also organized that Betsy DeVos blockade at a local D.C. school with families and community partners.
She goes on to admit that she believes we should "give public figures their space" when they're simply trying to live their lives — noting she's personally done that in the past with other political figures — but then declares that the Trump administration deserves no such respect:
As someone that has lived in Washington, D.C. for nearly a decade, it is customary to give public figures their space. I’ve left Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor alone at a grocery store and have done the same for Senator Chuck Grassley on a train.
However, given what Mr. Spicer and his boss are doing to this country, I do not believe they are entitled to these norms and customs. Donald Trump and his Klan are openly trampling on the rule of law, our Constitution and our democracy.
She eventually accuses Spicer of suggesting she shouldn't be allowed to be in the country because he said, "What a great country that allows you to be here like this," though he could have just meant "here confronting a political figure, obnoxiously."