DC Mayor Faces Unbelievable Backlash For Tweet Appearing to “Shame” Dead “Uber Eats” Driver

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As you likely know by now, there was a horrific carjacking that took place in DC.

Two teenage girls – ages 13 and 15 – carjacked a Pakistani man who worked for “Uber Eats.” They reportedly tased him and took off in his car while he was hanging out of the driver’s side.

They dragged him.

The car eventually crashed and flipped on its side, hurling the man to the sidewalk and killing him.

This should not be a “racial” issue.

It’s a human issue.

But of course, it’s turned into a racial story because the two young girls are black.

Now, the mainstream media – who picks and chooses their stories based on skin color – are either avoiding the story or printing predictably bizarre versions of it.

However, DC’s Mayor Bowser took things to a whole new and disturbing level when just today, she tweeted a message that appears to “shame” the dead man.

Here is what Mayor Bowser said in her offensive tweet: “Auto theft is a crime of opportunity. Follow these steps to reduce the risk of your vehicle becoming a target. Remember the motto, #ProtectYourAuto.”

She then posts a video of “five ways to prevent auto theft.”

Really lady?

Many people took this tweet as a not-so-subtle jab at the hardworking Uber Eats driver who was murdered – as if somehow all of this was his fault. He just wasn’t  “safe” enough.

Mayor Bowser really faced the wrath of God on this one. Here’s what people said:

“Wow….just wow. So it’s the driver’s fault he was murdered? You’re a piece of work.”

“A Pakistani immigrant was just murdered in DC & your response is to call this a “crime of opportunity”? I hope the immigrant community is paying attention to how democrats, like you, react to this.”

“A human being was murdered while just trying to earn a living. He laid dying on the street while his murderer whined about her phone. This tweet is steaming hot garbage.”

“Victim blaming. You keep finding new lows.”


“No it isn’t and carjacking is a crime of violence…we once thought that nothing was worse than Mayor Barry… now we have you…”

“You are a liar, a fraud, and possibly a psychopath”

““Also, if you are a hard-working immigrant delivering food in your own vehicle to earn money to feed your own family, we don’t really care if you get murdered during a car-jacking. It’s your fault for not following these steps.”

“you’re a disgusting hack and RACIST!!!!!”

“1. It was broad daylight 2. He was working! 3. They CARJACKED HIM 4. He couldn’t control his car much less the keys in the face of these two …. I have no words 5. Oh, he was alert alright….he knew what they were doing and was screaming for help You are heartless”

“You complete lump.”

“As a proud Democrat, I must say that this tweet is shameful. The timing you chose to post it is shameful. You are classically blaming the victim. “In DC follow these steps to not be killed by two young girls.””

“Mayor Bowser says Asian immigrant Muhammad Anwar was asking for it. Disgusting”

This is just another example of how polarized and politized we are as a nation.

Does it really matter what color skin these girls have?

What they did is not a “skin color” issue. It’s mental health and societal issue.

We’re not addressing mental health the way we should, and we’re raising kids on violent video games, songs, and movies.

They’re living in make-believe worlds and don’t know how to function in society.

There’s so much more going on here than “race,” and shame on the media for refusing to address hat, and trying so desperately to cover for their “narrative.”

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Texas Still Hasn’t Seen the COVID Death Wave Leftists Promised After Lifting Its Mask Mandate

Patrons at a restaurant in Austin, Texas, go without masks after Texas ended its mask mandate earlier this month.

Patrons at a restaurant in Austin, Texas, go without masks after Texas ended its mask mandate earlier this month. (Tamir Kalifa / Getty Images)

By C. Douglas Golden
Published March 28, 2021, at 9:32 am
It turns out “Neanderthal thinking” can end up working out.

On March 3, speaking to reporters at the White House after a bipartisan meeting in the Oval Office, President Joe Biden was asked by reporters what he thought of the decisions of two state governors to roll back mask mandates and limits on business occupancy, among other things.

“Look, I hope everybody’s realized by now, these masks make a difference,” Biden said. “We are on the cusp of being able to fundamentally change the nature of this disease because of the way with which we’re able to get vaccines in people’s arms. We’ve been able to move that all the way up to the end of May to have enough for every American, to get every adult American to get a shot.

“The last thing, the last thing we need is Neanderthal thinking that in the meantime, ‘everything is fine, take off your masks, forget it.’ It still matters.”

The major reason this comment raised eyebrows when it was made was because the two states that had ended the mask mandates were Mississippi and Texas, both Southern states with Republican governors.

The subtext seemed to be Biden was dog-whistling that these governors were tired of trying to figure out this Zoom thingy-mah-bob to hold their weekly poker game and didn’t much like wearing masks or social distancing when they held the game around the ol’ cracker barrel like in the old days, seeing as it interferes with tobacco-spitting. Perhaps that’s not quite what he was thinking, but there were more than a few blue checkmarks on Twitter who were, no doubt.

In the meantime, we had reporters talking about a “[m]ass casualty event every day” in Texas at the time the mask mandate and occupancy limits were being lifted. Networks gave coverage to the battle lines being drawn in Texas between businesses that continued to enforce a mask mandate and those that didn’t. (No points as to who got the glowing coverage.)

Now, the reason that “Neanderthal thinking” quote should come across so badly in retrospect is that it turns out the “Neanderthal thinking” was correct.

In a Twitter post Thursday, three weeks after the mandate was lifted, Texas GOP Gov. Greg Abbott noted how wrong those who predicted the apocalypse were:

“Today Texas had the lowest reported Covid 7-day positivity rate in more than a year: 5.68%,” Abbott tweeted. “Covid hospitalizations went down again–to the lowest level in more than 5 months.

“Vaccine supplies are increasing & all adult Texans are eligible to get them beginning Monday. Good job.”

But how does this compare to other states, you may ask? Abbott could be taking credit for a trend he did nothing to create.

Prominent Twitter conservative “AG” compared the charts showing cases in Texas vs. cases in New York:

If you click on the image on the left, that’s the cases in Texas, dropping since the beginning of March. New York’s, on the right, were mostly flat during the same three-week period.

Nationally, CNBC reported Saturday, the seven-day average of COVID-19 cases is up 12 percent over the past week over the past week, despite an increase in vaccinations.

“I remain deeply concerned about this trajectory,” said Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky at a White House media briefing Friday, according to Fox News.

“We have seen cases and hospital admissions move from historic declines to stagnations and increases. We know from prior surges that if we don’t control things now, there is a real potential for the epidemic curve to soar again.”

When Walensky talks about how we needs to “control things now,” that’s obviously code for reining in “Neanderthal thinking.”

After all, remember the predictions? Guy Benson, Townall political editor and Fox News contributor, certainly did.

“The examples of hysteria are endless, and many of the worst appeared on this very website. I was concerned it could be premature, but also had the humility to recognize how many of the doomsday predictions had failed to materialize elsewhere. Repeatedly,” Benson added.

“No one is out of the woods yet, but the ‘death sentence’ dystopia so shrilly and confidently predicted by so many hasn’t developed in TX, weeks after Gov Abbott supposedly unleashed mass suffering. And as the graphs show, restriction-heavy NY is in a significantly worse spot.”

Or, to put it another way:

When “15 days to flatten the curve” didn’t work and round after round of mandates didn’t work, there were plenty of things to blame. There was lockdown fatigue, anti-maskers, those darn young’uns and their supposed sense of invulnerability, the “independent spirit” of Americans.

There was always something that meant we just had to tighten the leash more so that people really got it.

Apparently, we can only learn from the Neanderthal slowly.

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Americans Tell Shocked CNN Reporter They Won’t Take COVID Vaccine: ‘I Don’t Trust The Government’

An amusing clip from CNN shows a reporter gobsmacked after a restaurant full of people refused to raise their hand when asked if they’d take the COVID-19 vaccine.

“Does anybody in this restaurant think it’s a good idea to take the COVID vaccine?” the reporter asked them.

Not a single person responded.


“Not one person here thinks it’s a good idea?” the reporter asked in disbelief. “Complete quiet.”

Later in the segment, the reporter asked some Oklahomans whether they’d take the vaccine.

“Are you going to take the vaccine?” he asked a man, who responded: “No sir. I don’t trust the government and I don’t trust Biden.”

Another man explained that, like getting the flu after receiving the flu shot, he didn’t want to risk contracting COVID through the jab, as has been documented in some cases.

“Why do you think that? The research doesn’t show that at all. It shows that it keeps people safe,” the reporter falsely claimed.

Another woman expressed her concern that the vaccines have not been properly tested after being quickly mass-produced.

“Well, yeah, but they – I mean, this has been a worldwide effort by great doctors,” the reporter claimed.

The woman correctly noted that even the common flu still hasn’t been cured despite annual flu shots being produced.

“A lot of people die from the flu but not nearly as much as COVID, this is a horrible pandemic and this is like an amazing vaccine, these vaccines that have come out. They’re saving lives,” the reporter insisted.

“We’ll just agree to disagree on this subject,” the woman replied.

The CNN reporter became even more shocked after a Republican man told him that he wouldn’t take the vaccine even if President Trump promoted it aggressively.

“Trump is a liberal New Yorker. Why would we listen to him, either?” another man said, adding, “he was the best option” as president.

The reporter concluded: “No matter where we went, enthusiasm for the vaccine wasn’t easy to find.”

This comes as the establishment’s concern over a large population of people not getting the vaccine is reaching a fever pitch, with NIH Director Francis Collins warning that efforts to convince vaccine skeptics must be ramped up.