Gosh, no wonder we’re not seeing more about the crazy person who stabbed two employees at the Museum of Modern Art.
He’s not the right political persuasion.
Sort of like that Christmas Parade ‘crash,’ right media?
The man who allegedly stabbed two employees at the Museum of Modern Art on Saturday was a Broadway usher and passionate critic of former President Donald Trump whose recent social media tirades had worried some of his friends, several people who spoke to Gothamist on Sunday said.
Security footage released Sunday showed the enraged suspect, who police identified as 60-year-old Gary Cabana, leaping over the museum counter, cornering two employees and plunging a knife into them as they tried to escape. He fled the building and remained at large Sunday, the NYPD said.
Sounds like he has a history with MOMA …
Surveillance video shows a man jumping over the reception desk at the Museum of Modern Art & stabbing 2 employees
— Chantee Lans (@ChanteeLans) March 13, 2022
Sure, we figure anyone who stabs someone else for no real reason isn’t all there, but this Branch Covidian is … special.
If this dude’s social media posts are REAL, just wow.
Nobody is reporting it but the brutal MoMA stabber is a crazy Covidian who hates "no-maskers" and "Repubs".
See his social post below: pic.twitter.com/OzsExIdct5
— Gavin Mario Wax 🇺🇸 🗽 (@GavinWax) March 14, 2022
Dude talked about putting no-maskers in concentration camps.
Probably should have sent up some red flags, just sayin’.
Oh, and his response the day AFTER it happened?
Gary Cabana posted these messages one day after the incident. pic.twitter.com/noiRDGWTYC
— Dana (Store Name) #AmplifyBlackVoices (@sagesurge) March 14, 2022
Gary Cabana, the Moma stabbing suspect, is very active on Instagram pic.twitter.com/qni7DmWLMV
— TipsyBirdy (@TipsyBirdy) March 13, 2022
Holy crap again.
And it sounds like this maniac is still at large.
Gary Cabana, the patron accused of stabbing two MoMA employees, appears to be recounting his exploits on Instagram as he eludes arrest. https://t.co/qZ8bgATxjs
— New York City Patch (@NYC_Patch) March 14, 2022