Nothing like video evidence of nazi troll fucks going outside and being humiliated by their own complete lack of respect for other human beings to lift your spirits.
Who Is "Baked Alaska"? The Alt-Right Troll Was Shut Down By 3 Women He Had Been Harassing
In perhaps the most satisfying thing you'll see on the internet today, alt-righter Tim Gionet, aka "Baked Alaska," to those familiar with his online persona, reportedly attempted to harass a group of women outside of a club and got shut down when he tried to put his phone in their faces. One of the women then proceeds to break his "brand-new iPhone 7."
Oh yeah. That's the stuff.
The most hilarious part of this is that you know he did this out of a confusing and boner-softening combination of desiring these women, hating them because he knows they're way out of his league both physically and emotionally, and attempting to reconcile these feelings by convincing himself that he's intellectually superior to them. One broken iPhone and an unfulfilled police report say that, in fact, those women were also smarter than him.
It gets better.
In a second video posted by Berger, Gionet gets shut down again, this time by the general manager of the club who refuses to help him identify the women who reportedly broke his phone to the police.
"No. I don't want to do that for you," the general manager of Playhouse Night Club in Hollywood says. "If you're video taping in someone's face, and they tell you get out of their face, then it is what it is," When Gionet responds that it was technically legal, the manager says, "Oh, 100 percent, but you have to live with the consequences of what could happen."
"Also I don't believe you can video tape just anyone. Just my opinion. If you did that to me, I would do it too," she said. The general manager then proceeds to own Gionet with his tactics, standing incredibly close to his face and making him look visibly uncomfortable when he tries to leave. "Am I making you uncomfortable standing in your face? It's not illegal. It's so weird to invade people's privacy and their private space! But not against the law!" she added.
When your bullshit, juvenile excuse of "it's not technically against the rules so I can do it regardless of morality or your personal boundaries/humanity" gets thrown back in your face.
The cherry on top is that he then whine to his shitty followers, encouraged them to find and harass her online (which is illegal), and then begged them for money to replace his broken iPhone.