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Jun. 20, 2017
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Leftists initially blamed Trump supporters and Islamophobes for the murder of 17-year-old Muslim teenager Nabra Hassanen, who was killed early in the morning on Sunday in Virginia.
After police said the murder was not a hate crime, but was instead related to road rage and the suspect arrested for the crime was a 22-year-old illegal immigrant from El Salvador named Darwin Martinez Torres, their "Islamophobic Trump supporter" narrative was shattered.
Even still, that didn't stop Brittany Packnett, a Black Lives Matter activist who was appointed by Obama to take part in the President's 21st Century Policing Task Force, from blaming white people for this illegal immigrant's alleged actions.
Packnett wrote Monday on Twitter: "If you have trouble understanding why a PoC [person of color] could abduct and murder #NabraHussein, go learn abt internalized + transferred oppression."
"People of Color have been turned against each other for centuries to further white supremacy," Packnett said. "They’ll use religion, gender, immigrant status."
In Packnett's world, white people are responsible for all racial strife the world over. An illegal alien from El Salvador with road rage viciously beating a Muslim girl to death with a baseball bat and dumping her body in a pond is the result of "internalized + transferred oppression."
It doesn't matter that El Salvador is one of the murder capitals of the world and this is standard behavior for Salvadoran thugs, micro-aggressions on the part of white people is what drove him to commit this heinous murder.
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