New York Woman Shot in the Head With Pellet Gun by Blacks Who Yelled “All White People Suck”
In the rare case that a black person gets shot by a white person, the race hustlers come out in force, shrieking about racism and race wars, ginning up protests that are often tinged with violence and unrest. But if a white person is a victim of violence perpetrated by a black person screaming racist epithets at her, which is what just happened to one New York woman, then there are crickets.
The shaken victim told the Daily News she was leaving the park at W. 60th St. and West Drive about 12:05 a.m. Monday when she strolled past a group of black youths.
The two men and three women – all in their late teens or early 20s – said nothing as they passed by. But moments later, the woman felt a “horrible pain” in the back of her head.
“My hand went up to my head, and there was blood gushing everywhere,” said the woman, who asked to be identified only as Hanna.
“I turned around, and I said, ‘What are you doing? Why are you doing this to me? What’s wrong with you people?’”
One of the women immediately unleashed a barrage of racial epithets.
“F–- you, you f–– white b–-,” the woman hissed, Hanna recalled.
Then one of the men popped his head out from behind a tree and joined in the racially fueled verbal attack.
“All white people suck,” the man hollered. “F– white people.”
The group fled, leaving Hanna bloodied and in tears.
If a black woman had been the victim of a group of white men screaming that “all black people suck”, can you just imagine what the media outcry would be? Of course, that’s not very likely to happen — as much as Al Sharpton and his ilk like to inflame racial tensions for profit and fame, a hate crime attack on a white woman by black thugs just doesn’t fit into his agenda, and so it’s just not something he cares much about.
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