Last Updated on May 18, 2023
Anti-white race hatred motivated an attack on the office of Virginia Democrat Congressman Gerry Connolly by an Asian man wielding a baseball bat, the Associated Press has reported.
49-year-old Fairfax, Virginia resident Xuan-Kha Tran Pham has been charged with a hate crime, among other offenses, after he was arrested for attacking the Fairfax-based district office of Virginia Democrat Congressman Gerry Connolly, as well as a woman parked in her car nearby, with a baseball bat.
According to a report from the Associated Press, “Police say Pham approached a woman parked in her car Monday morning, asked if she was white, and then hit her windshield with a baseball bat.”
Security cameras at a nearby residence captured the anti-white hate attack on video and reportedly shows “a man with a bat chasing a woman who can be heard screaming.”
After launching the attack on Monday morning, Pham proceeded to the district office of Rep. Gerry Connolly. Upon his arrival, Pham is reported to have asked for the Congressman, only to be told by his staff that he wasn’t present. Pham then turned his baseball bat on two female staff members, striking an intern in the side and an outreach director in the head.
Both Connolly staffers were transported to a nearby hospital, where they were treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
Police reportedly got to the scene of the Connolly office attack within 5 minutes and immediately arrested Pham, whose father says he’s schizophrenic.
Pham has been charged with one count of aggravated malicious wounding and one count of malicious wounding in connection to the office attack, and a felony count of destroying property plus a misdemeanor hate crime charge in connection to the car attack.
Despite Pham’s own words admitting that he launched his baseball bat rampage as an anti-white hate crime spree, Rep. Connolly and other Virginia politicians, of both parties, have refused to address the crime’s anti-white motivations, implying instead that Pham was motivated by a dislike of politicians.
“It is possible that the sort of toxic political environment we all live in, you know, set him off,” Connolly told reporters. “And I would just hope all of us would take a little more time to be careful about what we say and how we say it.”
“Intimidation and violence – especially against public servants – has no place in our society,” Democrat Virginia Senator Mark Warner tweeted in reference to the attack. “This is an extraordinarily disturbing development, and my thoughts are with the staff members who were injured.”
Notably, Connolly and Warner alike have been vocal in their promotion of anti-white Democrat initiatives and the ultra-violent Black Lives Matter movement. They’ve also backed the phony Democrat campaign to “Stop Asian Hate” which falsely claims that white Americans are attacking Asians en masse.
Virginia GOP Attorney General Jason Miyares chalked the attack up to political violence as well, despite its openly anti-white motivations, tweeting that “Political violence is always unacceptable. The coward who did this should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”
This story is still developing. Stick with National File for updates should they become available.