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Three Asian men have become national sensations for standing up to so-called “white supremacy” with the fury of the dragon.
A video clip reportedly recorded in Dallas shows an obese black woman in a yellow shirt angrily storming into the cashier booth of what appears to be a convenience store or gas station, intent on kicking the cashiers’ butts.
But instead of kicking butt, she got her butt kicked.
Watch (*Graphic content):
Asians fight back against white supremacists in Dallas pic.twitter.com/9Layc6BEpX
— ELIJAH SCHAFFER (@ElijahSchaffer) June 19, 2021
Despite being significantly smaller than the large black woman, the two Asian men who were initially in the booth quickly whooped her into submission.
At first the woman pushed her way into the booth while yelling “don’t disrespect me” and aimed right for the smaller of the two men, a guy in a white shirt and glasses.
She quickly overwhelmed him with her size, pushing him into the booth’s wall. But the other man quickly rushed to his aid and flashed a gun at the woman.
“Don’t shoot her! Nah! Don’t shoot her! Don’t shoot her!” a witness, presumably one of her friends, could then be hard screaming from outside the booth.
Ultimately, they didn’t shoot her, but only because they didn’t need to. Working together, the pair pummeled the woman into submission.
The guy in a white shirt and glasses went in especially hard, throwing out punches like Bruce Lee:
The beatdown was so severe that the once-confident woman began pleading, “Chill out, chill out, alright chill out, alright chill out!”
Perhaps she should have chilled out instead of stomping into the booth and picking on the two men. As for the two men, they didn’t chill out — they just kept throwing punches.
One of the bystanders could then be heard saying to another man outside the booth, “Aw man, they got a pistol fam. They got a pistol. He got a pistol. That’s the only reason I ain’t gone back there yet.”
He added, “I’m gonna get him when he come out. He got that gun right there, fam.”
It was around this point that a third man, an elderly one, walked into the booth from the back end of the store equipped with a a flashlight — yes, a flashlight — as his two partners continued mercilessly whooping the woman.
“That’s enough! That’s enough! That’s enough! Hey! Hey!” the bystander who’d been talking trash a second earlier then began yelling in desperation.
The clip ended around there.
It’s not clear what happened afterward and whether the three Asian are OK.
All that’s known for certain is that members of the public love these three men, particularly the guy in the white shirt and glasses.
Look at some of the unanimous reaction below:
Was not expecting these hands pic.twitter.com/j6SWUxPTVh
— Ross C (@ross_christ) June 18, 2021
Proud of my Asian brothers! pic.twitter.com/gIC4lhYhz2
— xtina1984 (@xtina19841) June 18, 2021
That’s enough….. after you went behind THEIR COUNTER? bye 🤣 she got what she was looking for Lmfaooooo
— PiscesPrincess (@CourtneyNikai) June 18, 2021
@silvf0x Another one for your “f*#$ around & find out” consideration
— FlyingPanties (@FlyingPanties) June 18, 2021
On this episode of When keeping it real goes wrong..
— Semaj (@Semaj817) June 18, 2021
If she went back there looking for hands she found them.
— Tejas Hombre (@kd36) June 19, 2021
I’m going to show this next time we have customer service training day.
— BillyLansdell 🇬🇧 (@LansdellBilly) June 19, 2021
Now notice how news reporter Elijah Schaffer of TheBlaze framed it as Asians fighting back against “white supremacists in Dallas.” He purposefully referred to the black woman as a white supremacist to make a point.
Though the majority of recent attacks on Asians have been committed by black perpetrators, the mainstream press has falsely claimed that white supremacy is at he root of these attacks. It’s as if they don’t want the public to believe their lying eyes — or the data.
According to 2018 crime data from the Department of Justice, black-on-Asian crime (50,113) is 281 times more common than Asian-on-black crime (fewer than 563), whereas white-on-Asian crime (43,917) is half as common as Asian-on-white crime (78,789).
Nevertheless, just last week NBC News ran a lengthy piece claiming that white people are the true perpetrators of anti-Asian crime. To prove this point, the mainstream outlet deceptively mixed bias complaints and “incidents” in with actual crimes.
For instance, the piece cited data from a sketchy study published last month that listed Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar’s accurate description of the coronavirus as the “Wuhan virus” as an anti-Asian “incident.”
But as noted in a BizPac Review story published Wednesday, in no way, shape or form is the congressman’s use of the accurate term “Wuhan virus” equivalent to black perpetrators smacking random Asians on the head:
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) June 5, 2021
Sucker-punching random Asian women:
— Jack Furnari (@JackBPR) June 1, 2021
Stomping random Asian men:
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) April 24, 2021
Or trying to beat up two cashiers …
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