September 10, 2014 By Jennifer Burke
Add this to the list of the increasing number of racially motivated attacks that seem to be on the rise in Obama’s America. Three white people were robbed, forced out of their apartment at gunpoint, threatened with being killed, then had their apartment taken over by two black women seething with anger based on race and class resentment.
Last Thursday at 9:30 pm, according to the New York Daily News, 30-year old Precious Parker and 23-year old Sabrina James knocked on the door of an apartment in Brooklyn. Their victims, a 34-year old man, a 27-year old woman, and a 25-year old woman, were threatened that they either needed to leave their apartment or be killed. Fearing for their lives, the residents left, and the perpetrators proceeded to carry out their plan to ‘squat’ at the apartment.
Squatting is typically when one takes over a vacant home and claims it as their own to live in. However, Parker and James decided they would forcibly take over a home at gunpoint instead.
As they were committing their crime, one of the women said that they did not like fact that white people were moving into the area. So, it looks like their reaction was to forcibly remove them using excessive force.
Prior to their capture, the women stole $800, an iPhone and personal information from their victims. They were arrested in the apartment on Saturday, two days after they squatted in it, and charged with robbery and unlawful imprisonment.
To date, activist Attorney General Eric Holder remains silent on the matter. Holder himself was involved in an armed takeover of an ROTC office while a student at Columbia University. The demand by his group was that the name be changed to honor black activist Malcolm X.
Barack Obama has not held a press conference calling for an end to the increase in racially motivated attacks and MSNBC’s Al Sharpton has not had a poorly spoken monologue about the event on his show.
Perhaps that should come as no surprise since Eric Holder, the first sitting attorney general to be held in contempt of Congress, made it known long ago that he does not believe there can be such a thing as a hate crime with a black perpetrator and a white victim, regardless of the facts surrounding the case.