Who is Lenka Koloma (Fake Agent Viral Video Facts) Wiki, Bio, Age, Net Worth, Instagram, Twitter & More Facts

Lenka Koloma

Lenka Koloma Wiki – Biography

Lenka Koloma is a woman who pretending to be a federal agent has since been identified as ‘Fake Federal Agent Karen’

‘Fake Federal Agent Karen’ Warns Worker That She Will Be Personally Sued by the Government if She Enforces Store’s Mandatory Mask Policy: WATCH

 

Lenka Koloma Viral Video


A viral video of people claiming to be affiliated with the so-called “Freedom to Breathe Agency” (FTBA) has been viewed several million times since it was cross posted from TikTok to Twitter on Friday.

“We’re with the Freedom to Breathe Agency FTBA,” a woman wearing a white baseball cap and sunglasses told a grocery store employee in Laguna Niguel, California, “Making sure people’s constitutional rights – civil and federal laws – are not violated. Okay? And so. personally you need to take this to your manager, because you can be sued for it in person, okay? ”

The employee asks the question: “I just follow the shop policy on masks.”

The woman, who has acted as a federal agent ever since, was identified in a Change.org petition as “detox” maven and spiritualist Lenka Koloma, who called for a lawsuit by the Federal Trade Commission. Koloma was previously reported by ABC News as the “founder” of the FTBA at the end of June.

Koloma continues to argue that the worker’s wages are not worth the legal liability (nonexistent) effort to wear a mask.

 

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Message to all the haters that stormed my IG account today: “Thank you. Thank you for showing your ignorance to what the United States of America stands for. Our republic was built on promises of freedom and personal liberty. I have lived in communism where the government dictates what you can and cannot do. You have no idea or reference. If you want to wear a face mask please feel free to do so. Just please allow others to make their own educated decision. If you cannot see through all the lies and corruption you are lost and asleep. For the rest of us, the true patriots, our fight goes on and you only bring the needed attention to our cause. So, thank you. Just remember that hate and anger will never bring you an inner peace. We feel for you and see that you are hurting for which we send tons of love and healing light your way because that’s who we are. Namaste” 🙏🙏🙏❤️❤️❤️🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸#peace #loveyourself #freedom #truth #healthylifestyle #nofear #awake #faith

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“You’re probably paying $ 15 an hour or $ 12 an hour, but you’re putting yourself under a huge legal liability,” says the recording, as he speaks out his disdain for salary shaming. You personally, okay?

What is the actual story of Lenka Koloma

A woman posing as an agent of the “Free Breathing Agency” from a fake federal agency, after harassing an employee at Mother’s Market in Orange County, California, quickly spread online and said she could face government legal action if she continued. to enforce the store’s mandatory mask policy.

The woman was later identified as Lenka Koloma, a far-right holistic health and detox nut.

Federal Agent Karen told the young staff: “We’re with the Freedom to Breathe Agency FTBA. We are a We The People Organization that ensures people’s constitutional rights, civil and federal laws are not violated, okay? And so you have to personally take this to your manager because you could be sued for it in person, okay? ”

“I am currently following my store policy,” the employee replied.

“You’re probably paying $ 12 an hour or $ 15 an hour, okay? But you’re putting yourself in a huge legal liability. You personally. Okay? You have to be careful.”

Lenka Koloma and Worker

The worker walks away, instilling interest and rolling his eyes.

“You have to be careful!” Koloma insists the video ends.

But aside from rude and factual inaccuracies, what Koloma and his accomplice did seems to violate federal law.

“It’s a crime and these people have to be sued,” said Renato Mariotti, former US Attorney General for Illinois, on Twitter.

 

 

The law on point here–18 U.S.C. §1912–reads, in full:

Whoever falsely assumes or pretends to be an officer or employee acting under the authority of the United States or any department, agency or officer thereof, and acts as such, or in such pretended character demands or obtains any money, paper, document, or thing of value, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.

It is presently unclear if any such investigation has been initiated.

Law&Crime previously reported on the FTBA’s misrepresentations.

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) went so far as to issue an official statement debunking the FTBA, their claims and their false affiliation with the federal government in late June.

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Daniel Chapman

Originally from the U.K., Darryl Hinton is a journalist and web content specialist who now lives and writes in Trending Topics of the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia. Chapman’s work has appeared in a wide range of publications in print and online, including The Guardian, The Daily Beast, Pacific Standard magazine, The Independent, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and many other outlets.

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