Anti-Mask Protester Assaults Breast Cancer Patient At Los Angeles Hospital

Anti-Mask Protester Assaults Breast Cancer Patient At Los Angeles Hospital

Right-wing anti-mask protesters outside Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles

Anti-mask protesters brawled with a breast-cancer patient outside a Los Angeles hospital Thursday, with one anti-masker shoving and punching the woman. The right-wingers swarmed Cedars-Sinai Breast Health Services to protest the hospital's mask policy, Vice reported. Patient Kate Burns told them to go away. “I've just gone through f---ing breast cancer," Burns said in footage captured by local videographer Vishal Singh. “And you motherf------ are here." As the argument escalated, one right-wing protester shoved Burns and punched her multiple times. Burns noted that chemotherapy treatments for cancer ofte...


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