A viral video shows a man being smacked in the face with a can of hard iced tea at an Ohio gas station after he repeatedly called another customer a racial slur. Was this vicious assault justified? Twitter users are thrilled with the Black on White violence.
Viral video of Twisted Tea assault
The video begins with a White man hurling profanities at a Black customer standing next to him in line at a Circle K in Elyria, located about 30 miles southwest of Cleveland. However, it’s unclear what happened before the video. Eventually, the irate customer dares the other man to hit him with a can of Twisted Tea.
“What? You gonna smack me with that?” the white man asked. “Smack me. Smack me, [N-word]!”
That’s when the Black man hit him in the face with a can of Twisted Tea, knocking him to the ground, and punched him several times in the assault. The video has racked up more than 2 million views.
Kaleb Gregg, a cashier at the Circle K, could not comment on the details of the fight but said he doesn’t want to see it happen again. “To have that happen in our store, it’s not to be tolerated,” said Gregg. “Honestly, I don’t ever want to see him again. I don’t like that kind of thing.”
— David (@INCOGKNEEGR0W) December 28, 2020
Black on White crime on the rise
Meanwhile, NYC is turning into a third world war zone. A White staffer in New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Manhattan offices was bashed in the head with a cinder block by a random Black guy on a Midtown street in a terrifying assault on Christmas Eve.
Lisa Cavanaugh, 51, had just left work and was passing a construction site at Third Avenue near 48th Street at around 2:15 p.m. when a stranger crept up behind her. The man hit her in the back of the head with the concrete block before fleeing west on East 48th Street. Cavanaugh was temporarily knocked unconscious by the assault.
She was rushed to Bellevue Hospital, some 20 blocks south of the scene, with several gashes to the back of her head. The shocking daytime assault took place about six blocks from the governor’s Third Avenue offices.