Kroger Manager Harassed by Trans BLM Supporter Has $19K Raised on Go Fund Me


A Kroger supermarket manager had a $19,000 Go Fund Me raised in his name after he was harassed and publicly exposed on social media by a prominent transgender Black Lives Matter left-wing activist.

Transgender BLM activist Danielle Muscato posted a picture of a Kroger manager to Twitter in an effort to dox and cancel them over a small dispute concerning a face mask.

I was just threatened w/assault at @kroger in Louisville because I asked another customer to wear a mask, and she refused. I reported it to a manager, who found her and talked to her, but refused to do anything more. His name is Andy, and he does not want Twitter to know that,” Muscato initially tweeted.

The tweet ignited a social media firestorm, but Muscato refused to yield and doubled down on tweeting out about the incident.

I didn’t get a pic of the woman who threatened me,” Muscato claimed. “But it’s all on camera, @Kroger has footage. I asked the manager about that footage, too, and he blew me off. Kroger, this is unacceptable.”

Muscato continued: “To clarify bc ppl keep asking: There was an off-duty cop, hired by @kroger as security, standing right next to us during this convo. The law here requires masks to be worn in public. It’s also Kroger’s store policy. There are signs on the door. He just didn’t care.

“He didn’t care that they weren’t wearing masks, endangering his employees and customers. He didn’t care that they had threatened to beat up another customer. I didn’t feel safe continuing my shopping with them still in the store. They threatened me & weren’t wearing masks.”

The series of tweets garnered thousands of replies as it was ratioed. The International Business Times even ran an article on Danielle becoming the new “Karen” as the alleged incident went viral.

Following the firestorm and beaming Kroger’s manager over the internet, Target Tori–an e-celebrity who was made popular after a journalist attempted to dox her in a similar incident, this time, concerning a mispriced toothbrush–began a crowdfunding plea to send Andy on vacation.

Within the first 90 minutes, over $5,000 was raised, and, at the time of writing this piece, over $19,000 was raised for the overworked manager.

“Andy is a manager at Kroger. Like myself, he has been publicly shamed at his work. The [Go Fund Me] that I received after my ordeal changed my life and afforded me an epic (and needed) [vacation]. Let’s do the same for Andy!” the Go Fund Me description read.

Several prominent social media users flayed Muscato for the tweet, with some calling the RESIST podcast host a “Karen.”

“Jeez Karen can you stop minding everyone’s business and trying to get people fired because you got into an argument that was 100% your fault? So pathetic of you,” Mike Coudrey wrote.

“Is doxxing random grocery store employees a normal part of your “civil rights activism” or is this a new thing you’re trying out?” Asked Matt Walsh.

Since the initial tweet, Muscato has continued to double down on Kroger’s inertia at the incident where the mask-less woman’s partner threatened him with assault.