The Anti-White Mainstream Media in Action By Charles Taylor (Florida)
Here is yet another story of racial injustice from the naked city of Manhattan, but today it is whites who cop it. A pregnant nurse had finished a 12-hour shift, and needed a Citi bike to ride home. She paid for it, and got an electronic receipt. But a gang of Black young men came and said the bike was theirs, no receipt. Immediately the argument went up on social media, she was condemned as a racist, and placed on leave from the hospital. The anti-white media, just itching to sink their jackboots into a white attacked her as a “Karen,” a white racist woman. Only thing though, the receipt proved that the Blacks were wrong. But, the mainstream media did not retract anything. They don’t have to tell the truth as far as race issues go. Facts count for nothing. In their world, pregnant white nurses steal bikes from gangs of Black youths.
“The lawyer for a Manhattan hospital worker accused of taking a Citi Bike from a young black man — who claimed that he paid for the two-wheeler — provided receipts that he says show she was the one who purchased the ride at the center of the viral incident.
The Bellevue Hospital employee — who was branded a “Karen” on social media afterward — rented the bike first, lawyer Justin Marino said in a statement to The Post Wednesday.
He also provided two Citi Bike receipts from May 12, which were timestamped just minutes apart.
The first receipt reviewed by The Post shows the bike being taken out before it was re-locked one minute later, which Marino said is the bike seen in the video.
The second receipt shows another bike being taken out a minute later from the same docking station and was the bike Marino said his client used to get home after being “heckled and pressured to find a new bike” by the group.
The hospital employee, who Marino says is a six-months-pregnant physician assistant, was placed on leave by NYC Health + Hospitals this week after her heated encounter with the men emerged online Saturday and has been viewed tens of millions of times.
Marino called the caught-on-tape interaction “incomplete” and lacking facts.
He said after the health care worker wrapped up her 12-hour shift, she got on an available bike, “which no individuals were on or touching,” and paid for it through the Citi Bike app on her phone.
As she backed it up from the docking station, a group of five people approached her and claimed the bike was theirs, he said.
“One or more individuals in that group physically pushed her bike (with her on it) back into the docking station, causing it to re-lock,” Marino said in the written statement.
One of the individuals then covered the bike’s QR code, stopping her from paying for it again so she could leave, Marino said.
“In blocking the QR code, this individual’s arm was touching my client’s pregnant stomach, a condition of which she had made them aware,” he added. “Throughout this time and for the remainder of the video, roughly five individuals were telling her to get off the bike and heckling her.”
“The fact anyone would treat another person like this is tragic, especially a visibly pregnant woman,” he said.”