Video: Girl films herself stealing Trump yard signs, gets blowback on Twitter

Woman films herself stealing and destroying Trump yard signsIn a video posted to YouTube on Sunday, a young woman identified as an engineering student who comes from Costa Rica, recorded herself stealing Donald Trump yard signs because someone on Twitter asked her to do it.

Here’s the video:

Here’s a photo captured from her Twitter account by the Weasel Zippers:

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Steals Trump signsJudging from the response we saw on youTube, many did not see her theft as a harmless prank, and some apparently tried to “dox” her, revealing her address and other personal information.

Now it seems that she’s had a change of heart and wants it all to go away.

“I very much regret what I did,” she said on Twitter, promising to pay for the signs she stole.

sharkatia steals Trump yard signsShe added:

She told one person:

That didn’t seem to matter, however:

Has she learned her lesson?

And, she declared:

You can see some of the tweets on her Twitter feed.  Most are filled with sexist profanity and are simply far too offensive to display here.

Something tells me this incident isn’t quite over yet.

H/T Weasel Zippers


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