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WATCH: Elderly, masked white women yell 'Black Lives Matter!' while assaulting black man for not wearing a mask

"Do not touch me!" one of the "Karens" roared multiple times, before striking the man and then chanting: "Black Lives Matter!"

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As the Karen-led citizen enforcement of masking-wearing intensifies in the third year of the pandemic, a viral clip shows older masked white women assaulting a black man for not wearing a face mask, while shouting, "Black Lives Matter!"

"More mask madness, this time in an elevator. The mask police are really nuts," tweeted Twitter account Libs of TikTok, which posts clips from the popular video-sharing app that capture the insanity of mask-wearing, gender-bending liberals.

"Get out!" both sides yelled at each other in an elevator. "Do not touch me!" one of the "Karens" roared multiple times, before striking the man. "You just hit me!" the man exclaimed in response. "Did you just hit me?!" he repeated back.

To which, the woman chanted: "Black Lives Matter!" The other woman held the elevator door open, motioning towards the exit. "Get out!" she said again.

"Yo, this is racist," the black man said. "Can you stop? Stop! Stop!...You need to stop. I'm not getting out!" he insisted during the 30-second incident.

Twitter replies were quick to point out that the hysterical attack filmed on social media in the tight enclosure also spotlights the hypocrisy of virtue-signalling liberals who tout support of the left-wing Black Lives Matter movement.

"White libs have lost the plot. What a weaponized propaganda machine that they chant this phrase while actually abusing a black man. It's not a protective armor that negates personal responsibility to treat others with dignity," remarked writer Jessica Vaugn whose tweet garnered over 1,000 likes on Twitter.

"Elizabeth Warren physiognomy," commentator Ian Miles Cheong tweeted.

The Post Millennial's field reporter Katie Daviscourt called the actions "unhinged."

"I was told mass formation psychosis isn't real," commented podcaster Bridget Phetasy, referring to the sociopolitical term coined by Dr. Robert Malone to characterize the collective thought prescribing the nation's COVID-19 narrative.

"This is genuinely a mental illness," conservative activist Kyle Kashuv added.

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