A 91-year-old Hispanic man named Rodolfo Rodriguez was severely injured after he was attacked by a black woman and beaten with a brick last week.
Fake News WaPo ran a story titled, ‘Woman beats a 91-year-old Mexican man with a brick, tells him to “go back to your country”‘
Buried four paragraphs down in WaPo’s article, they describe the attacker as a black woman.
Mendoza told The Washington Post that Rodolfo Rodriguez, a permanent resident of the United States, had been attacked with a brick and taken to the hospital with a broken cheekbone and two broken ribs.
Misbel Borjas saw the assault as it happened.
Traffic had slowed Borjas’s car at a corner in Willowbrook, Calif., around 7 p.m. on July 4. Rodriguez accidentally bumped into a young girl while walking on the sidewalk, Borjas told The Washington Post. Borjas, a 35-year-old Los Angeles resident, watched the child’s mother — a black woman — push the elderly man to the ground and repeatedly bash him in the face with a concrete brick while yelling, “Go back to your country.”
WaPo wrote this headline purposely to lead people to believe the attacker was perhaps a white Trump supporter because the comments under the social media post were full of unhinged leftists blaming Trump.
Below is a photo of the attacker:
The Daily Caller pointed out WaPo’s obvious fake news bias.
Commit a hate crime while black — race is buried in the fourth paragraph.
Call police while white — race is in the headline.
— The Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) July 10, 2018
Other fake news outlets such as CNN and HuffPost conveniently omitted the photo of the attacker.
A 91 year old Hispanic man was badly beaten in LA by this woman and her friends and told to “go back to his country” In a bizarre twist @CNN @HuffPost @nowthisnews @KTLA @BuzzFeed @thehill all refuse to show her picture despite @LASDHQ seeking her identity. Please share. pic.twitter.com/1LXhzm5YGA
— Rosie Memos (@almostjingo) July 10, 2018
Leftists blamed Trump and Trump supporters for the attack on 92-year-old Rodolfo Rodriguez.
Surprised Trump didn’t nominate her to the Supreme Court
— Eric Schmidt (@TalkingSchmidt) July 10, 2018
The slogan wasn’t let’s make America great it was let’s make America hate!
— Jul (@julzzzz5729_jul) July 10, 2018
You cannot divorce rhetoric from consequence. The seeds of hate that have been planted by Trump’s rhetoric are taking root, and are growing into acts of brutality against the innocent. There is a marked increase in this kind of behavior, much of it documented by video.
— We Can All Be Better (@unto_do) July 10, 2018
Trump might as well have had his hand on that brick
— Carol Lapin, MS, RD (@cslnutritional) July 10, 2018
— Michel Doucet (@doudroit) July 10, 2018
Another brick in the (Trump) wall…
— Yves Saint-Pierre (@Yves190245) July 10, 2018