Black Twitter looks for a new Richard Jewell

As a Right-Wing extremist (something I have no problem revealing, but damning considering my post yesterday) in 2021 America, I’m burdened with a lot of preconceived notions to live down (or perhaps, live up to). It doesn’t make life easier when the mob coalesces to foment the worst and most predictable image of itself, and the rest of us by association.

A Black woman was beaten and pepper sprayed in a violent attack during a pro-Trump demonstration in Downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday.

Berlinda Nibo, 25, said she was walking home near the protest when she was harassed by some of the demonstrators.

“I’m walking by and they’re yelling at me because of my color, calling me the N-word calling me the B-word, saying, ‘All lives matter, Black lives doesn’t matter,'” Nibo told CBSLA.

The mob mentality does no one any favors. Mob mentality reduces collective IQ by at least 50 points and transforms people into blubbering idiots.

The treatment of Nibo is obviously horrible and shameful. I could go on spewing niceties and other platitudes while virtue signaling myself into oblivion. I’ll leave that to others who are more shameless and less imaginative. Who cares what I say? People are not stupid and what this Trump rally spin-off cast of characters did to this woman speaks for its own vile nature. You don’t need me to tell you that.

Media hyperbole like “stomach turning” is the sort of thing I’m talking about. I will admit that my stomach did not turn once while reading this story. I resent being placed in a position where mainstream culture’s estimation of “Right Wingers” as a mass of uneducated and ignorant cretins is cemented in their perceptions. During such times I feel the need to tell an indifferent world, “But I am not like them. It is possible to be ultra-Conservative and still treat people fairly and respectfully, regardless of their [fill-in-the-blank physical, emotional or mental trait] despite any beliefs or preconceived notions I may have.

“They’re asking me who I voted for and asking me if I’m a Trump supporter. I’m telling them no I’m not a Trump supporter and I don’t care, just leave me alone I’m trying to get home, Nibo told FOX11. “I turn back and notice that there’s a mob of about 40 Trump supporters just walking behind me. They’re following me and just shoving me around.”

Nibo said of one of the demonstrators smacked her in the face. “And then all of them start trying to jump me, and then people jump in,” she added.

There is much we don’t know about this story and the actions of people involved, including Nibo.

It certainly looks black and white, so to speak. The poor, innocent black woman, minding her business, walked past a crowd of rambunctious white Trump supporters. They began hurling racial epithets and physically attacked her. Hence, President Trump and his supporters are all evil racists; blacks are innocent victims.

But what really happened here? The events have been filtered to us through a typical lefty urban Los Angeles artiste by the name of Raquel Natalicchio.

“When they started pushing her around, this other woman that was a Trump supporter came up to her and ripped her wig off,” Natalicchio said. “Obviously, at that point, she began to try to defend herself.”

Natalicchio shared a snap of Nibo in distress and in the embrace of a man with a red beard immediately following the attack.

“This woman was walking home. She lives just two blocks away from LA City Hall where a Stop the Steal MAGA Rally was taking place,” Natalicchio wrote over Instagram. “As she walked through the crowd of unmasked Trump supporters, they began to yell, asking her if she had voted for Trump. She said no, flipped them off and kept walking and talking on the phone.

“A mob of at least 20 Trump supporters circled her and all began screaming in her face and pushing her between each other. One woman reached over and tore off her wig while calling her a ‘n*** b***.’

“Men holding flag poles began beating her alongside others who were punching her. At one point a Trump supporter grabbed her from behind, restricting her ability to defend herself, as she continued to get maced right in the eyes.”

Natalicchio said police were “right behind” her at the time. “Not one officer stepped in,” she added. “It took two bystanders and myself dragging her out and running over to the police line for safety.”

Nibo said it was strangers who came to her rescue, including the man pictured holding her from behind in a number of photos now posted online.

The mystery man in question is a big white bearded man who was obviously a Trump rally attendee. How’s that for stereotyping?

berlinda nibo

The photo seems to negatively implicate the man’s behavior. The image speaks for itself, right?

“Men holding flag poles began beating her alongside others who were punching her. At one point a Trump supporter grabbed her from behind, restricting her ability to defend herself, as she continued to get maced right in the eyes.”

Natalicchio said police were “right behind” her at the time. “Not one officer stepped in,” she added. “It took two bystanders and myself dragging her out and running over to the police line for safety.”

Nibo said it was strangers who came to her rescue, including the man pictured holding her from behind in a number of photos now posted online.

“The gentleman who had his hands around me was trying to help me out. The entire time he kept whispering in my ear don’t move they’re trying to kill you … they’re trying to kill you,” Nibo told FOX11. “If not for him stepping in at that moment, these people would have literally tried to kill me.”

So white man not so bad. He might have been trying to “help.” He saved Nibo’s life which is an overstatement as I don’t believe her life was ever in danger. What was assaulted were her dignity and self-respect.

Nibo’s white savior is being put through the wringer. Was he a good Samaritan or was he holding her down to be abused by the hooligans?

In response to the photos circulated on social media, many identified the man holding Nibo as a sales representative working at a Southland Toyota dealership.

Toyota later released a statement, saying the actions in the photos were “inconsistent with Toyota’s guiding principle of Respect for People”.

“While Toyota dealerships are independently owned and operated entities, we can confirm this person is no longer employed by any Toyota dealership,” the company added.

However, in an interview with NBC4LA, Nibo maintained that the man holding her from behind was trying to help her.

“That guy, I call him my hero because that guy picked me up, was whispering in my ear telling me ‘you’re OK, I got you. I have your phone, you’re OK. I’m going to get you out of here these people are trying to kill you.'”

Nibo has since contacted Toyota in a bid to reinstate the man’s employment, according to NBC4LA.

The man, Roy Ball, has already been doxed by black Twitter.

In newer developments, Roy Ball’s behavior is called to question amidst second thoughts from the social justice marauders. We can’t have any instances where the white Trump supporter actually performed a “heroic” act. The Left will deconstruct images and events as much as necessary in order to conjure up a chain of events more friendly to their victim agenda.

True to form, Natalicchio added a clarifier to her Instagram post.

You know, just in case anyone gets the idea Roy Ball did the “right thing.”

The almighty “whoa, let’s hold on, we might be able to squeeze a little more drama out of this” update!

* Update:

The woman being assaulted in these photos had reported earlier today that Roy Ball , depicted with his arms around her, initially tried to help her. Several account witnesses have stated and have photo and video footage of the woman being maced in the eyes while being held by Ball. It is on video that two bystanders jumped into the crowd to pull her out and escorted her to the police line. She later stated that she was unable to see who helped her by leading her out of the crowd.

Roy Ball was filmed earlier that same day leading several crowds that verbally and physically assaulted a woman of color and several photographers.

Did Roy Ball restrain Nibo so the crowd could kill her or was he trying to shield her from the crowd that wanted to kill her? The rest of Natalicchio’s narrative is hearsay and conjecture. Her SJW agenda should give us all pause given her revamped conclusions. She had time to retreat to a fashionable downtown loft I assume she lives in where she stewed in the horrors of Trump overnight.

Time to regroup and destroy another innocent life in order to enliven an agenda.

Raquel Natalicchio
No gods, no masters, no Trump heroes
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