An Actress And A Swimsuit Model Beaten While Racial Slurs Were Hurled At Them — Where’s The Media(D)?

Written by Wes Walker on November 28, 2019

These are the sorts of vicious racially-motivated attacks the NYTimes keeps telling us about. But will they care about this one?

A model and an actress were both savagely attacked after a night on the town celebrating a friend’s birthday.

Things were going well for them until they both left around 3 in the morning… and found themselves swarmed by a group of people explicitly motivated by race.

Actress Jennifer Agostini, 43, and swimsuit model Prendinellys Garcia, 47, ran up a nearly $1,000 tab at Midtown lounge Sky Room for their friend’s birthday Saturday night before leaving around 3 a.m. Sunday, papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court sat.

But on their way out of the West 40th Street club, they got jumped and beaten to the ground by a group of 10 to 15 people who were yelling “white motherf—ers,” “dirty white b—-es” and “f—k those white b—-es and their money,” the court papers say.

“It was just this stampede as we were leaving. We just got rushed and assaulted by, I can’t tell you by how many people,” Agostini — who is set to begin filming the show “Brooklyn Ties” this spring — told The Post.

“I’m a lead character on the series in March, and I have to now go to see numerous plastic surgeons, and I also have to go back to the concussion center to MRI my head.”
Source: NYPost

After they left, they realized they had forgotten their credit card inside, but the bouncers did not let them go retrieve it. The bouncer pushed the woman, and Stuart told them to lay off, and then 10-15 attackers were on top of them, including, she claims, the Bouncers.

The New York Times seems to be rather selective on which vicious racially-motivated attacks they deem ‘newsworthy’, don’t they?

How many hoaxes have made National Headlines because they made someone on team MAGA look like a bigot? And how quietly did those same hoaxes get set aside and forgotten once disproven?

But stories like this one have photo evidence show the severity of the attack — against women no less — and the quotes tell us it was explicitly motivated by race.

Will this become a national story, too?

If not, why not?

But they’ll gladly go ahead and fan the existing racial animus with their 1619 project. Great work, guys. Whatever would America do without you?