Last Updated on August 30, 2022
The far-left Washington Post scrubbed the description of the black perps who shot a black Washington Commanders NFL player from their reports on the crime even though the suspects are still at-large, part of an open corporate media effort to obscure the identities of criminals when they aren’t white.
Washington Commanders rookie running back Brian Robinson is reportedly in stable condition and good spirits after being shot by two teenage assailants in a broad daylight robbery and carjacking attempt in Washington DC. Robinson was shot around 6 PM on Sunday and the suspects are still at-large, with the far-left Washington Post helping to obscure their identities.
Robinson is a former player at the University of Alabama and was selected by Washington in the 3rd round of this year’s NFL Draft.
“Alert: Shooting Investigation in the 1000 block of H Street NE,” DC’s Metropolitan Police Department tweeted in a post alerting the public to the crime. “Lookout for two black juvenile males with shoulder length dreads, medium complexion, wearing a black or brown shirt with yellow smiley faces on it.”
In the Post’s reporting on the crime, which has made major headlines around DC considering the victim is an NFL player, the racial descriptions of the perpetrators are completely left out. Even though they were caught on security footage committing the crime, The Washington Post neglected to include the photos of the perpetrators and altered the police’s description of them – apparently to not offend their own left-wing identity politicking sensitivities.
The police are “looking for two juveniles with shoulder-length dreadlocks. One was wearing a black or brown shirt with yellow smiley faces on it,” The Post reported, going on to claim that “no further details” regarding the suspects or their descriptions are available.
Check out a screenshot of the two differing descriptions below:
In their story about Washington Commanders running back Brian Robinson Jr. being shot tonight, the Washington Post took out the full description of the suspects. The DC police did not. pic.twitter.com/nPwRdD7rey
— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) August 29, 2022
Carjackings and related robberies have become crimes of serious concern in DC, and the violence has also spilled over into the uber-rich suburbs surrounding the nation’s capital, where there have been several instances of fatal robberies and carjacking attempts in the parking garages of major malls and shopping centers.
Since Black Lives Matter’s government-sponsored 2020 summer of rage, entire swaths of the city of DC have left their windows boarded up to protect against the rampant crime the city is experiencing.
Last year, two teenage girls, one just 13 years old and the other 15, were sentenced to youth confinement until the age of 21 after the fatal carjacking of a hardworking Pakistani immigrant in Washington, DC.
Mohammed Anwar, an Uber Eats driver, died in the streets after the two girls attacked him with a taser and tried to steal his car, crashing it and murdering him. As he lay dying in the streets, one of the girls complained that she couldn’t find her cell phone.