The first question that arises out of the frankly obscene viral video of a group of teens on a school bus whaling furiously on another is where is the driver? A second question is why haven’t the mainstream media reported on this incident, which occurred on Nov. 21, though the answers to that question — there are two — seem to be self-evident. First the victim is white, which makes him unsympathetic to the Left. Second, according to a Twitter post by one of the child’s parents, who uses the handle “American Diaries,” he was wearing a pro-Trump hat, which makes him even more unsympathetic to the Left.
I am sitting in the hospital with my 14 year old kid because he was just jumped by 8 black kids on the school bus, I guess that's what happens when a kid wears a #Trump hat to school. And who's the violent ones again? Earlier today they poured milk all over his head. pic.twitter.com/fS3BfBJnOa
— American Diaries (@AmericanDiaries) November 21, 2019
Here is the complete cell phone video via Charlie Kirk:
The media endlessly covered Nick Sandmann because he wore a MAGA hat
They tried to demonize him
But when a 14 y/o Trump supporter is attacked no one could tell you his name
Because the media has totally ignored it
RT so they have to cover it! pic.twitter.com/jR5rIbjydM
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) December 14, 2019
According to a report yesterday by Florida station WCTV, five students of the students involved face misdemeanor battery charges. The article further notes the school is “on it.”
Superintendent Rex Mitchell says the school district investigated, disciplined the students, and turned information over to the sheriff’s office for action.
In his statement, the superintendent also says there was no evidence that the student was wearing any President Trump apparel or that his wearing it on prior occasions motivated the incident.
Mitchell says the attack started with an argument between two students that escalated when more students got involved.
“We absolutely do not condone the use of physical force between students,” Mitchell said, and added “This was a very unfortunate incident completely unrelated to any political statements or agendas.” [Emphasis added]
So the superintendent admits there is no evidence that the student was (or wasn’t) wearing any Trump apparel, but in spite of that he’s able to state categorically that this “unfortunate” incident was “unrelated to any political statements or agendas.”
Too bad the super’s name is turning up only now. He would have made the perfect “fact” witness during the House impeachment hearings.