There have been some massively violent protest to Trump from certain individuals - this case follows that of a black man who had set himself on fire near the White House
A woman from Palmetto, Florida stabbed herself in the stomach three times with a kitchen knife. On Sunday last week, when the incident took place, and she told the responding officer "I'm tired of living in Trump's country; I'm tired of Trump being president."
How do we get others to replicate this behavior?https://t.co/8QgozFsCmj— Tim Pool Respekter🗣️👥(Refollow) (@nite_0f_fire) June 6, 2019
According to Fox News, the police report was obtained by The Smoking Gun in which the woman's name has been redacted. The police found the woman covered in blood standing outside her apartment. When police asked her what was wrong, she lifted her shirt to show three stab wounds.
Florida woman repeatedly stabbed herself because she's "tired of living in Trump's country." https://t.co/SzRissy1tI— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) June 6, 2019
“I’m tired of living in Trump’s country. I’m tired of Trump being president,” she reportedly told the police. The report said the woman admitted to stabbing herself for those reasons.
A woman in Florida stabbed herself three times with a kitchen knife and told responding officers that President Trump is to blame.https://t.co/iGc84E7t7K— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) June 7, 2019
The unidentified woman was taken to the Blake Medical Center, where she was reportedly under a trauma alert. The police report notes the woman had a history of hurting herself and had been “Baker Acted” before.
The Baker Act is a Florida Mental Health Act of 1971 - which allows the involuntary institutionalization and examination of a person.
The examination can be requested by a judge, physicians, mental health professionals and law enforcement, so long as there is evidence a person has a possible mental illness and is in danger of harming themselves or others.”
"I strongly believe there is a substantial likelihood that without care or treatment the person will cause serious bodily harm to herself and/or others," the officer wrote in their report. "I believe that [redacted] is unable to determine for herself whether an examination is necessary."