Edith Macias Steals MAGA Hat in Protest – Now, She Could Face Jail Time

Apparently, a snowflake forgot that stealing can lead to time behind bars.

At the University of California, a liberal verbally assaulted a conservative classmate.  Then, she ran away with his “Make America Great Again” cap.  Don’t worry – the whole thing was caught on video.  And now, it’s being used as evidence in her trial.

After seeing his hat, Edith Macias accosted follow classmate Matthew Vitale.  She ripped the hat off his head and said he was supporting genocide.  Since when was there a mass genocide in 2017 America?  Perhaps she is citing the frequent mass shootings, historically carried out by Democrats?

UCR is letting people wear this s**t on campus?

Make America Great Again, really? There were lynchings and genocide and mass deportations.…I f***ing hate this country.… And I am not leaving.…We need to get rid of all y’all.

Matthew Vitale cited his freedom of speech to wear his hat.  As we all know, however, freedom of speech only works when you are a liberal.  Macias snapped at him:

F**k your freedom of speech boy, your freedom of speech is literally killing a lot of people out there, your hats like these that promote laws and legislation that literally kill and murder people of color.

Whether Macias or Twitter like it or not, conservatives have a right to freedom of speech.

In a funny twist of fate, Matthew Vitale decided he wouldn’t let this snowflake get away with her temper tantrum.  He suspected that the University of California would not punish Macias, so he went to the authorities.

Now, she’s facing a felony of grand theft for stealing his hat.  And there’s photographic evidence of the crime.

Vitale released a statement, and it’s a very self-aware commentary of his generation.

If, as I suspect, UCR decided not to discipline her in some way this decision by the DA’s office shows two things: First, that UCR does not protect and shows no respect for speech that does not conform to their ideology.

Second, that in this case, UCR chose not to discipline a person who committed a crime on campus against another student.

I do want to send a message/  I am not vindictive, I am not vengeful, but people, especially in my generation, need to realize you can’t do things like this…because you don’t like what someone is saying or wearing.

The trial will take place next year.  If Macias is found guilty, she could face up to one year in jail.

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  1. Mary A Noriega November 25, 2017

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