Non-white supremacist slugs random Chinese woman in NYC


A black man, presumably not a white supremacist, slugged a random Asian woman outside a Chinatown restaurant.

Surveillance video posted on Twitter by Assemblywoman Yuh-Line Niou, whose district covers Chinatown, captured the horrifying daytime assault.

The 55-year-old victim can be seen walking by the Kong Sihk Tong café at around 6:15 p.m. A black man in an orange hoodie and denim jacket whacked her unprovoked.

The woman falls backward onto the pavement. The attacker, a non-white supremacist, then appears to run as two people dining outside sit in stunned silence, the footage shows.

A man then rushes over to check on the victim. “Are you OK?” he asks — but the woman doesn’t respond or move.

The Assemblywoman who posted this voted to end cash bail so he will be out on the streets in no time.

She was taken to the hospital and her daughter said she is doing OK.

The non-white supremacist suspect is in Bellevue for psychiatric testing. The Left likes to blame white supremacists but, so far, every crime is by a black person.


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Great Balls of Fire
Great Balls of Fire
2 years ago

The Liberal Loonies in these Blue States create this problem with their catch and release of habitual violators of the law.

“What’s the common denominator?” NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea asked during the interview. “People that are arrested multiple, multiple, multiple times and released.”

Alexander Wright, 48, was charged with assault as a hate crime, misdemeanor assault and criminal possession of a controlled substance – a synthetic form of marijuana called K2 – in connection with the Monday evening attack, a New York Police Department (NYPD) spokesperson said Tuesday. Wright was arrested at least 17 times prior. Shea said Wright has been arrested eight times in the past year alone and has been accused of “randomly assaulting people” and “setting fires.”

“We need help with some of these laws. We cannot be just chasing our tail, catch and release, catch and release,” he continued. “What are we doing in society when we’re releasing these people right back onto the street within a half-hour? … It’s putting New Yorkers at risk.”