A white California couple has been charged with a hate crime for painting over a "Black Lives Matter" street mural.
They face up to a year in jail if convicted.
Plenty of non-racist people disagree with the Black Lives Matter organization because of its openly Marxist core tenets. But painting over a street mural bearing its name is a hate crime? Really?
Then — if I may — why aren't any one of the many vicious, unprovoked, seemingly targeted assaults against white people recently being charged as hate crimes?
Am I even allowed to ask?
[Warning: All videos below are graphic]
Why is this man hopping out of a car, sneaking up behind a white 12-year-old kid who was dancing on a sidewalk, and sucker-punching him from the back with a full-power haymaker — which could have killed him — not being charged as a hate crime?
He's being charged with two felonies for his brutal assault on that child, sure, but why no hate crime?
Do you think he just didn't like the way the kid was dancing?
Or what about this attack on a Macy's employee? How is this not a targeted hate crime?
There are cameras all over that department store and if there were the absolute slightest chance that employee had actually called that guy the N-word Macy's would have fired him, issued an apology, and donated a pile of cash to BLM in about two seconds flat. But the company defended him and said the attack was completely unprovoked. Which anyone with functioning eyes and even a half-functioning brain can see by watching the video.
Not a hate crime?
He wasn't charged with one.
Or how about this one?
The group of five black guys mercilessly beat and stomped that guy as he exited a convenience store. The victim said one of the guys "kicked me in the face and said, 'Black Lives Matter, [expletive].'"
Not a hate crime? Really?
That young black guy pushed over that helpless, 92-year-old white lady. She hit her head on a fire hydrant. That easily could have killed her. Not a hate crime? What other motive do you suppose the guy had?
Let's do one more. Perhaps the hardest one to watch. Young black guy mercilessly beats a helpless old man inside a nursing home for what seems like an eternity:
This guy's YouTube channel was full of videos of him talking about black people being the superior race and God's chosen people. He was not charged with a hate crime.
None of these brutal assaults are hate crimes? But the two white people painting over a street mural paying homage to a far-left revolutionary organization are guilty of one?
How is this even possible?