New York City Man Accused of Brutal Asian Hate Attack was Convicted of Killing Own Mother, But Had Been Paroled
A suspect in a brutal hate attack of an Asian woman in New York City has been identified as 38-year-old Brandon Elliot, who had served prison time after being convicted of murdering his mother.
Elliot is being charged with committing felony assault as a hate crime, attempted assault as a hate crime, assault, and attempted assault. He could face up to 25 years in prison if he is convicted. He was released from prison in 2019 and put on permanent parole.
Surveillance video shows the suspect attacking an Asian woman on Monday as she was walking to church outside of an apartment building. The suspect beat the woman until she was on the ground, repeatedly stomping her while shouting racial epithets before reportedly telling her “you don’t belong here,” and then fleeing the scene.
The New York Police Department announced the arrest in a Twitter post:
There were 3,800 hate attacks in the U.S. against Asians that occurred between March 2020 and April 2021, according to Stop AAPI Hate. This is being attributed to President Trump referring to COVID-19 as the “China virus” without evidence even though there is a much more obvious culprit.
Big League Politics has reported on how the Black Lives Matter (BLM) terror movement has given violent thugs carte blanche to commit acts of savagery toward others on a racial basis:
“The results of a USA Today/Ipsos Poll show that trust in the Black Lives Matter movement has dropped while trust in local law enforcement has risen since last summer’s mass riots.
The data is interesting but ultimately not surprising. Much of the public reaction following the death of George Floyd and the subsequent riots overwhelmingly favored BLM, but media obfuscation and the conformist tendencies of human nature played a significant role in that.
Now that the dust has long settled and the trial of Derek Chauvin is about to begin, the USA Today poll has revealed that blacks and whites have diametric views on Chauvin’s actions and broader racial issues.
60 percent of Americans last June described George Floyd’s death as murder—that figure has since plummeted to 36 percent. Corresponding to that is a fourfold increase in the number of people who say they don’t know how to describe the video of Chauvin kneeling on Floyd. Roughly the same number of people as last year think that Chauvin was negligent, while there’s been a notable uptick in the number of people who think he did nothing wrong.
As for the racial breakdown, 64 percent of blacks think Floyd was murdered while only 28 percent of whites think that.”
Asians are now feeling the full wrath of BLM thuggery. It is not likely to change with very few leaders having the courage to call out the source of the societal decay.