Following the shooting murder of eight women, six of whom were of Asian descent, in Atlanta earlier this month, the narrative coming from the left and mainstream media has been that white supremacy is the primary cause of anti-Asian hate crimes across the country. The suspect in the Atlanta attacks is a white male and anti-Asian crimes have been going up, so this narrative has been easy for the left to build.
But once we dig beneath the surface, the truth is very different from what we’re being told. Every day, new videos and pictures emerge on social media showing the perpetrators of attacks on Asian-Americans are not “white supremacists.” Anecdotally, the attacks are coming almost entirely from persons of color, and specifically they’re coming from young, black men.
Social media is a primary method for Cultural Marxists to spread their versions of a narrative. This is important to note because it must be assumed that if there is evidence of white supremacy playing a role in the uptick in anti-Asian crimes, we’d see it all over sites like Twitter in particular. We’re not. A search of keywords pertaining to anti-Asian crimes reveals a common theme, and white supremacy is not it.
Here’s a video released in the last 24-hours that was shared by the NYPD task force assigned to address hate crimes:
We need the public's help. The NYPD is aware of this video and is investigating. Anyone that has information regarding this incident is urged to call or DM @NYPDTips 1-800-577-TIPS and provide additional details including the date and time of occurrence. @NYPDTransit @NYPDnews https://t.co/fJmZC1QJac
— NYPD Hate Crimes (@NYPDHateCrimes) March 29, 2021
Earlier on Monday, journalist Andy Ngo shared another video and an image of a suspect in a separate anti-Asian crime.
Here is graphic video of the assault on the older Asian woman by a black male suspect in NYC. The building security who witnessed the attack did not help her. They closed the door. pic.twitter.com/F8DesENSCu
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) March 30, 2021
The rise in attacks on Asian-Americans has been attributed by the left and mainstream media to Donald Trump calling Covid-19 the “Wuhan Flu” or the “China Virus.” And while his popularity among black voters rose dramatically in 2020, it seems the the demographic associated with rising anti-Asian crimes is not the demographic that is standard for the MAGA movement. If the left’s narrative were true, we would expect to see viral videos popping up daily of red-hat-wearing white people attacking Asian-Americans. That doesn’t seem to be the case.
Moreover, the Atlanta shooting suspect, Robert Long, has attributed his killings to a sexual disorder. He has said, and both the FBI and Atlanta police have affirmed, that his targets were sex workers, in which women of Asian descent are often associated. In other words, this was most likely an attack on a profession and a lifestyle rather than being racially motivated.
The left hopes you won’t believe your lying eyes when you examine the suspects in rising anti-Asian crimes. They want you to believe them when they say it’s white supremacy even when the evidence points elsewhere.