Felony assault suspect at anti-Dave Chappelle protest claims she’s disabled and incontinent from long Covid

The far-left suspect that was arrested on felony assault charges during a direct action against comedian Dave Chappelle in Minneapolis on Friday is asking for cash after claiming she is disabled and incontinent from having “long” Covid.

Rachel Lee Bean, 35, was arrested and charged on Friday with felony assault and riot after activists descended upon the First Avenue club to protest Dave Chappelle’s comedy show. The far-left activists threatened the event venue, and the First Avenue club was forced to cancel Chappelle’s comedy show after riots broke out.

In Jan. 2021, Rachel Bean wrote a blog post titled, “I Sh*t My Pants at Work” where she detailed that coronavirus gave her bouts of incontinence and explained the horrors of having to deal with covid under capitalism.

“I literally sh*t my pants at 11:56 am on Wednesday January 13th 2021. I got myself cleaned up and then I went back to work and finished the work day like that was a totally f*cking normal thing to have happen,” Bean wrote. “I had fully absorbed that sh*tting my pants was just one of the many mild to moderately sh*tty days one could have in a pandemic while dealing with Long Covid under capitalism.”

The Post Millennial editor-at-large Andy Ngo revealed that Bean has a long history of criminal priors and has been in the scene of violent far-left activism for quite some time.

In June 2020, Bean helped orchestrate a criminal takeover of a Sheraton hotel in Minneapolis during the height of the BLM riots following the death of George Floyd. Rioters, looters, and homeless people took over the hotel and turned it into a shelter, which was ultimately trashed, and police were forced to intervene after substantial reports of gunfire, sex trafficking, and drug dealing, according to Minnesota Reformer.

During the violent takeover, far-left activists renamed the Sheraton Hotel the “Sanctuary Hotel” and a GoFundMe account was setup to financially support their efforts. On June 6, 2020, Rachel Bean asked for donations on Twitter.

“Many many of you have been asking for ways to financially support the Sanctuary Hotel happening at the former Sheraton at Lake and Chicago. Thank you for your generosity. You can support the Sanctuary Hotel here,” Bean tweeted from her account @colocha_rachel, along with a link to the GoFundMe account.

Bean was also present on the anniversary of Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson, Missouri in 2015. Brown was fatally shot by police officer Darren Wilson, which sparked civil unrest and ultimately paved the way for the future of the Black Lives Matter organization. Civil unrest reignited in Ferguson on Brown’s anniversary when Vonderrit Myers, 18, was fatally shot by an off-duty police officer. The police officer returned gunfire after Myers allegedly shot at him three times, according to NBC News.

On November 19, 2021, Rachel Bean wrote “I hope they burn that town down,” after Kyle Rittenhouse was found “not guilty” on all counts. Rittenhouse shot three people, two fatally in self-defense during a violent riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin in 2020.

Advocating for acts of violence continued following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn abortion landmark ruling Roe v. Wade.

“Solidarity with everyone f*cking sh*t up today and in days to come,” Bean wrote on June 24, 2022.

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