Last Updated on February 17, 2022
Booking photographs from the latest police crackdown on anti-Asian hate crimes in New York City revealed this week what many citizens already knew: all of the perpetrators wanted arrested in relation to the attacks were non-white.
The media’s narrative regarding “white supremacy” has been dealt a severe credibility blow, as the mugshots correlate with government data that shows the perpetrators of anti-Asian violence are almost exclusively non-white.
The mugshots show a list of suspects who appear to be exclusively of black or Middle Eastern descent.
Former NYPD officer John Cardillo captioned the video, “Booking pics of those arrested for anti-Asian attacks in NYC. Damn white supremacists.”
Booking pics of those arrested for anti-Asian attacks in NYC.
Damn white supremacists.
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) March 26, 2021
The news comes just several days after National File reported on the racist anti-Asian Twitter tirade of a San Francisco school board VP and Black Lives Matter activist who has refused to resign for her remarks:
A pro-Black Lives Matter vice president of the San Francisco school board is refusing to resign after being criticized for a deluge of racist tweets against Asian Americans in 2016 where she said they used “white supremacist thinking” and compared them to “a house n****r.”
School Board VP Alison Collins said in 2016 that “In fact many Asian American Ts, Ss, and Ps actively promote these myths. They use white supremacist thinking to assimilate and ‘get ahead’.”
“Talk to many @thelowell parents and you will hear praise of Tiger Moms and disparagement of Black/Brown ‘culture,’” Collins continued in the tweet thread, going on to say, “I even see it in my FB timeline with former HS peers. Their TLs are full of White and Asian ppl. No recognition”.
The school board official expanded on her racist rhetoric in the final tweet of the thread, stating “Do they think they won’t be deported? profiled? beaten? Being a house n****r is still being a n****r. You’re still considered ‘the help.’”