The older Jewish man, left), who gave his name only as Victor, alleged that he was berated for wearing a MAGA hat and supporting President Donald Trump from Rebecca Mankey (right)
Mankey has since disappeared from the job and received death threats.
The woman, who later identified herself as Rebecca Mankey, admitted in a long Facebook post that she had shouted at Victor and called on anyone who discovered the man, "Please confront him" (19659020)] Sgt. Aaron Clark said, "We have nothing that makes us believe she's in danger, and we've found out from the people we've talked to that she's voluntarily missing."
In an interview with KTVU On April 3, the Trump supporter – who gave his name only as Victor – said those who criticize people for wearing it. The red hat has the "Trump Dammement Syndrome."
He added, " If you can not tell the difference between a Make America Great hat and a hat that's a Nazi hat or a Ku Klux Klan hat, I'd say you're disturbed. "
This woman came over and not only began to yell at me, she turned to the star bucks audience and said, "Hey, everyone comes here! This guy is a racist! This guy hates brown people! "
Victor, wearing a Yarmulke on his head under his MAGA hat, claimed the woman also called him a Nazi.
In the post on her now disabled page, Mankey quit the argument: & # 39; I shouted at him. He called the entire Starbucks to order and shouted at him that it was not right to hate brown people … I shouted more names to him and told him to call the police. 19659026 Rebecca's mobile phone last brought her to Aberdeen, Washington, and desperate friends have been asking for help online to find her ” class=”blkBorder img-share” />
. Rebecca Mankey has posted this image of Victor on Facebook with her abusive post in her since then disabled account ” class=”blkBorder img-share” />
& # 39; Hey woul I do not call the police, so I called him a mollusk. I followed him to the office while he complained about me and then kicked him out of Starbucks and called him to get the butt out of my town.
Later, in a commentary, she wrote that she was in public, ashamed of him in the city and trying to dismiss and kick him out of every club he's in.
Mankey also had to resign as co-chairman of the Bayshore Progressive Democrats.
They wrote: "Due to the publicity surrounding their actions, they and their family members were misled today on right-wing social media and Internet channels (personal contact was shown to promote threats and harassment).
" She and her family have received several death threats and other threats of injuries and injuries and are losing their jobs.
Palo Alto police said both parties had not filed a report on the incident. However, Mankey was dismissed from her job at Gryphon Strings, a guitar sales and repair shop, after the shopkeeper was alerted to the incident.
"Gryphon does not believe anyone should be molested or subjected to hate speech, regardless of their beliefs
Rebecca Mankey posted on a long Facebook -Post that she call Victor and called on anyone who saw the man, "please confront him"
Richar Johnson, owner of the store where Mankey worked, said she had been fired because her actions conflict with his beliefs and values
"Music has historically been something that has brought together people of different socio-political backgrounds "the store said in a statement earlier this week.
& # 39; We want to make it clear that the opinions and actions expressed by the employee are not an indication of how we conduct our business, and we hope that we can continue to serve our customers respectfully and universally throughout the country 50 years.
Shopkeeper Richard Johnson said the actions contradict his own values.
The Palo Alto police said that Victor did not contact them about what happened, and as a result they had no evidence of a crime.
But Mankey allegedly contacted the police for alleged threats based on their comments on the social media.
Anyone with information about his whereabouts should call the police at 707-263-2690.