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Ah, California… where it’s one big lovefest of acceptance and inclusion. Except when it’s not…
Larry Elder was walking on the street in LA this afternoon when some weirdo in a gorilla mask rode up on her bicycle to chuck an egg at the back of Elder’s head.
According to The Daily Wire:
California Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder had eggs thrown at him on Wednesday while walking on the streets of Los Angeles with members of his campaign.
A video posted by a local news reporter showed a woman who was wearing a pink wig and a gorilla mask ride up on her bike to within several feet of Elder and throw an egg in the direction of his head.
The woman then appeared to get into a verbal altercation with someone who seemed to be working security. She is shown on the video appearing to strike the man in the face with her fist.
This seems… a little bit racist…
I think Clay Travis said it best:
What’s the media reaction if a white person in a gorilla mask throws an egg at Kamala or Stacey Abrams? It’s the lead story for multiple days & evidence of rampant white supremacy. Now compare it to what will happen here. This will barely be mentioned, if at all, on most news.
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) September 8, 2021
Here’s the video of the altercation:
JUST NOW: @larryelder, running to defeat Newsom in California recall and become the state’s first black Governor, is attacked by a masked agitator throwing eggs.
This is sick.
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) September 8, 2021
This whole thing reminds me of another instance of terrible throwing…
Dr. Anthony Fauci threw out the first pitch before the Nationals-Yankees game. pic.twitter.com/04Tbkh7Voa
— ESPN (@espn) July 23, 2020
In all seriousness, the fact that Democrats scream about racism at every hour of the day, and then ignore this, shows you that they don’t really care about this at all.
Do liberals just put their racism rules in a pot of Jello, jiggle it all up, and then just go with whatever they’re able to read at the time?
Nah, that would be too much work. Feelings – it’s all based on feelings to justify their actions. So there’s racism, then there’s racism based on feelings.
Hopefully the people of California can see through these smokescreens.