An absolutely disturbing scene of violence occurred in the degenerate cesspool of California known as Sacramento; where a Salvation Army bell ringer was beaten to a pulp over telling someone “Merry Christmas”.
According to the man ringing the bell, the Reverend Jamie Wolfe Sr., he was standing in front of the traditional holiday bucket that the Salvation Army places outside of Walmart to raise money for the needy and spread holiday cheer.
“I greet everybody, 'Merry Christmas,'” said Rev. Jamie Wolfe, Sr.
That's when one vicious Californian took offense to his “Merry Christmas” greeting.
“He haymakered me, hit me, got me down on the ground and we started wrestling, at that point I’m fighting for my life,” Wolfe Sr. said.
The brutal savage who attacked him wasn't after the money in the bucket, however, but instead was triggered by the fact that Wolfe Sr. told him “Merry Christmas”, and violently assaulted him.
“Store says they love him and he’s been the best bell ringer they’ve ever had, so an attack that’s unprovoked is very surprising and very unfortunate. It’s not the call we’d expect to get at night,” or ever said Lt. Steve Pavlakis with the Salvation Army.
Pavlakis has been with the organization for 14 years straight, and this has never before happened under any circumstances.
“It’s really saddening that one of our bellringers would be out there working day after day for us that’s met with hate and punches to the face and kicks to the face,” Pavlakis said.
Wolfe Sr. was transported to Kaiser Permanente to ensure he didn't suffer from any major injuries, and outside if scrapes, cuts, bruises, and a little blood; he's going to be fine.
Despite the brutal assault, Wolfe. Sr. says he's not deterred, nor has his holiday spirit perished.
“I’ll be right back out there doing it again tomorrow,” Wolfe Sr. said to<a href="http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2017/12/20/bell-ringer-beaten-merry-christmas/">CBS Sacramento</a>.
Law enforcement in the area says the suspect got away, but that if anyone has any information to identify the thug, to contact the Sacramento Police Department at (916) 264-5471.
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