Man who refused to wear a face mask breaks arm of Target employee

Man who refused to wear a face mask breaks arm of Target employee

An employee at Target was left with a broken arm after a physical altercation broke out with two men that were asked to leave the shop for refusing to wear face masks as is now law in California. The two men who are believed to be homeless brothers were later arrested by Los Angeles police for the assault which was captured on CCTV

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Paul C
Paul C 1 weeks

A hard lesson for all the 'Karens' out there: law or not, better to just mind your own business.

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 1 weeks

Lol. Get rekt. Each person can choose to do as they want. Herd immunity is the best solution anyway.

bobby_5150
bobby_5150 1 weeks

If they were homeless, it will be catch and release. They probably didn't even make it to the station.

Change Matters
Change Matters 1 weeks

Good rule to live by. If you plan on using violence, plan on being dealt with violently.

Christopher Harris
Christopher Harris 1 weeks

Glad I left California and their authoritarian policies.

Change Matters
Change Matters 1 weeks

This is a precursor to state sponsored violence. People that report their neighbors need to understand that the authorities will use force to violently impose "Stay Home" orders.

Giuseppe
Giuseppe 1 weeks

Wearing masks is not the Law throughout California, it is on a county per county basis.

Test Steam
Test Steam 1 weeks

In California if you don't wear a mask they will jail you, due to Covid 19. If you are in jail they will release you, due to Covid 19.

Sirax
Sirax 1 weeks

Since the homeless are allowed to shoplift in california, this happens as a result. You cant just call the police because some homeless man is breaking some law

Seekster
Seekster 1 weeks

A business can refuse to serve anyone for most any reason. If no shirt no shoes no service is a thing then adding no mask no service is fine too.

Mod Okay
Mod Okay 1 weeks

Yeah not wearing a mask isn't some sign of righteous indignation it just shows that you don't care about the greater good while not believing in science.

Aaron
Aaron 1 weeks

I thought Americans had the right to have a freedom of their intellect, now you can inflict a superstition on a whole population

Gordon
Gordon 1 weeks

California will probably reward them with a taxpayer paid apartment.

NoCanHazMyGuns
NoCanHazMyGuns 1 weeks

Commiefornia, looks like the target employee learned not to put his hands on someone. 😂😂😂

Melmel
Melmel 1 weeks

Okay, did they even provide masks? Why is this framed as two 'degenerate' homeless people not following law. When they probably don't have money to even get a mask. Capitalism is wild, bro.

TheWeakMinded
TheWeakMinded 1 weeks

Good old California focring low wage employees to put themselves at risk telling people what to do.

Mutatis
Mutatis 1 weeks

Meh, people seem to be framing this as an issue of government overreach, while I would argue this is a pretty overt case regarding property rights.

Dallas Grant
Dallas Grant 1 weeks

Why is it a law you have to wear a mask? If you want to protect yourself, wear a mask, but don't force me to wear one if I don't feel like it

Cas The Demon
Cas The Demon 1 weeks

They shouldn't have attacked if they didn't expect a counter.

Fin
Fin 1 weeks

Moronic comments as usual.. There is no herd immunity n the store employee was doing their job...

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