With the Supreme Court siding with the American people when it came to the COVID-19 jab and the Biden administration trying to force it on citizens and children, thousands of Americans rallied in Washington D.C. on Sunday to take part in the “Defeat The Mandates” rally. Law enforcement in the area were already on high alert as organizers claimed around 25,000 protesters were expected to take part in the demonstration. But while many Americans oppose the COVID-19 mandates being pushed on the country’s workforce, not everybody who showed up appeared to be on the side of medical freedom, as one unknown “Karen” decided to have an absolute meltdown over the police shutting down streets for the rally. 

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In the video featured below, the woman was clearly shown ranting and raving about how the government was allowing the protestors, who the Karen claimed were white supremacists, to party and have a “good time.” Not being a fan, the woman also targeted former President Donald Trump, calling him and his followers “losers.”

After demanding that the protestors stop invading their territory, the woman, not able to get the response she wanted, climbed back into her van which had both tinted windows and the handprints of children on it. While it is unknown who the woman is exactly, the fact she could be working around children is unnerving.

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