According to reports, TikTokers, those nose-sniffing, avocado-toast eating youngsters, raised more than $400,000 for a homeless man who allegedly assaulted a woman. Can you believe it? These millennials and their questionable judgment strike again!
The victim, who wisely chose to remain anonymous, bravely spoke out about the attack that occurred in June 2020 in Washington, D.C. She recognized the assailant from a viral TikTok video. This poor woman couldn’t believe how a human being could act so heinously. She called him a sociopath with no remorse. Well, she hit the nail on the head with that one.
REPORT: TikTokers Raise $400,000 For Homeless Man Who Assaulted Woman
— Julianna (@JuliannaFrieman) February 9, 2024
It seems a college intern, probably more focused on trends and hashtags than actual news, filmed herself buying tea for this despicable man, Alonzo Douglas Hebron. Little did she know about his violent past. Oblivious to his history and lacking proper judgment, she started a GoFundMe fundraiser on social media that managed to rake in $400,000 for him. Is this really what we’ve come to, folks? Rewarding criminals with stacks of cash?
Video evidence of the attack showed Hebron smothering the victim’s face and ruthlessly punching her multiple times. Shockingly, this went on for several minutes. The victim couldn’t even remember the assault, waking up in the hospital with no recollection of what had happened.
After a painfully slow legal process, a judge finally sentenced Hebron to four years in prison for the 2020 incident. But that’s not where Hebron’s rap sheet ends. Department of Justice records reveal that in 2012, Hebron stabbed a man in the neck with a screwdriver, resulting in another prison sentence of five years. He’s a repeat offender, folks! These TikTokers clearly didn’t do their research.
The victim, who has been dealing with the aftermath of the attack and battling her own demons, isn’t blaming the naïve college student for trying to help someone. She’s an alcoholic in recovery, and this incident has pushed her to the brink. But she acknowledges the intern’s good intentions, even though she believes the student was painting Hebron as a saint when he’s nothing more than a selfish criminal.
It’s clear that Hebron is a danger to society, especially within the homeless community. This whole situation is a perfect example of the misguided efforts of young people who think they’re being heroes by throwing money at the first sob story they see. We need to hold these TikTokers accountable, not reward their ignorance. And let’s not forget that Hebron escaped from a halfway house before being captured by the U.S. Marshals Service. This man cannot be trusted.
It’s up to us, fellow conservatives, to expose these misguided actions and protect the true victims. We must fight against the liberal notion that criminals deserve our sympathy and financial support. Let’s stand united against this nonsense and prioritize the safety and well-being of law-abiding citizens.