While Mich AG rages about Trump’s mask, video of savage beating in Mich nursing home emerges, allegedly not perp’s 1st offense

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A very troubling video of a young, black male savagely beating an elderly white nursing home patient in Detroit is sweeping the nation, and has even drawn the attention of President Donald Trump.

In the video, which was shared online by actor James Woods, the perpetrator is seen getting up on a bed and viciously punching a frail, helpless man in the face and head. Blow after blow, the younger man punches the defenseless victim over fifty times — at times with both hands, as if the man’s head was a speed bag.

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He then pushed the elderly man, who is bleeding from head, out of the bed, calling him a “b*tch *ss n*gga.”

“Get out of my bed, n*gga,” the younger man tells the stunned man, as he sits on the floor.

As details were still being learned, President Trump tweeted: “Is this even possible to believe? Can this be for real? Where is this nursing home, how is the victim doing?”

Conservative social media personality and journalist Andy Ngo commented to say that the man has recorded other videos of himself beating elderly patients.

Here is a second video of the man recording himself beating what appears to be an elderly woman. He appears to be touting his actions in a clip sure to have your blood boiling.

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The first incident reportedly took place on Friday, May 15, at Westwood Nursing Center, on the city’s northwest side. Both victims are said to be patients at the nursing facility. The perpetrator is 20 years old, while the victim is 75-years-old.

If there is any good news to report, it is that the cowardly man has been arrested for his brutal actions.

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton responded to Woods’ tweet to say his group got in contact with authorities and the man was arrested.

“This was also posted on my @Twitter feed and @JudicialWatch contacted authorities who then, in response to our concern, arrested this person,” Fitton posted. “Thanks to those who helped us get this done.”

“What our investigation has revealed so far was the nursing home was unaware of an assault until they saw the video,” Detroit police Chief James Craig said Thursday at a news conference. “We’re still investigating that aspect of the case, but there is a suspect in custody.”

Staying on the horrific story, Woods tweeted that while Detroit police have arrested the man, they have not released any information on his identity.

The conservative actor pinned the video at the top of his popular Twitter feed and said it will stay there until authorities release that information.

“What are they hiding?” he asked.

Well, leave it to social media to do what Michigan authorities seem hesitant to do.

Meanwhile, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, a Democrat, was on CNN taking political potshots at President Trump over something that had yet to happen.

With the president set to tour a Ford plant later in the day, Nessel declared that if he did not wear a face mask, Trump would be asked: “not to return.”

She also threatened to go after Ford if the company “allows” him to not wear a mask.

“If [Trump] fails to wear a mask, he’s going to be asked not to return to any enclosed facilities inside our state,” Nessel said. “If we know he is coming to our state, and we know he’s not going to follow the law, I think we’re going to have to take action against any company or any facility that allows him inside those facilities.”

(For the record, the president reportedly wore a mask for a portion of his visit.)

Again, Woods was “Johnny-on-the-spot,” slamming Nessel: “Maybe this douche bag AG should investigate the savage beating of a senior in a nursing home in his state and stop whining about the President’s face mask.”

Of the thousands and thousands of comments to the story, the following tweet was a fair representation of how so many in America were left feeling.

Tom Tillison

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The longest-tenured writer at BizPac Review, Tom grew up in Maryland before moving to Central Florida as a young teen. It is in the Sunshine State that he honed both his passion for politics and his writing skills.
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