Disgusting Video Shows Woman Throw Drinks On Two Lakers Fans For Kneeling During The National Anthem

People are calling for the women involved to lose their jobs.

Two women didn't like the fact that a couple of Los Angeles Lakers fans were kneeling during the national anthem at a recent Lakers preseason game.

So, one of the women, identified as Haley Perea by the Daily Mail, approached the men and yelled, "Excuse me, this is for the national anthem you pieces of s**t," before throwing a drink at them. Her friend, identified as Savannah Sugg, recorded the disgusting act and uploaded the disturbing video on Twitter.

And that has caused people to severely drag Perea and Sugg, while calling for their jobs.

  • Here's the disgusting video of haley perea dousing two kneeling lakers fans with a drink

    Disgusting act.

  • Although both women deleted their twitter accounts, people were able to track down how Sugg tweeted out the vile moment

    Shaking our heads.

  • People were instantly furious over what they saw


  • And many others believe that this is all an effect from Trump calling any protesting NFL player an 'SOB'


  • One person even labeled the women the 'faces of racist America'

    These women should be arrested for this. No doubt.

  • It didn't take long for Twitter to list Perea's employer as Juice It Up and Cal Baptist as the school both women attend, however, both establishments created distance from their institutions and Perea and Sugg

    Twitter's on it!

  • Heroes Restaurant & Brewery in Riverside, California, was also listed as an employer of Perea, causing people to aim their tweets at them

    Something must be done. Peaceful protesters cannot be assaulted.

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