Have you ever tried to tell someone they needed change a thing or two about the way they’re acting, treating others, etc. only to have them start attacking you for things that had nothing to do with the original request? Sure you have – we all have. This is called discrediting your opponent to discredit their claims and credibility to make the claims. One example would be a person who’s been convicted of money laundering calling another person a litter bug for throwing trash on the street. That person might say “who are you to call me a litter bug you felon!”
Well, when it comes to racism this tactic is used as well. PA Pundits, another blog, attempted to show that Luis Ramirez was killed because he is an undocumented worker and shouldn’t be here in the first place. In a new post they continue trying to discredit the claim that this was racially motivated when it quite obviously was.
In this new post they’re making statement about the witness, Arielle Garcia, because of the age she had children which is odd considering so many had children at a young age in American history and of course still do today. Don’t judge a mother by when she gives birth, but how she raises the child.
They’re also trying to blame the surgeon and who knows who else.
I’m about to walk out the door so I’m just going to point you to this post and I’ll get into more later, but just note that the person who wrote this actively corresponds with white supremacists in a local anti-“illegal” immigration group’s guest book. So don’t be surprised they’re trying to discredit any Hispanic in this tragic story.
Luis Eduardo Ramirez Zavala, 25-year-old illegal alien from Mexico, was involved in a fight with several teenaged boys in Shenandoah, PA on July 12. While news reports vary based on the political tilt of the medium involved, there is a way to find out exactly what happened that fateful night.
According to most MSM accounts of the events that ended Ramirez Zavala’s life, six teenaged football-playing males attacked a Mexican man simply because he was of Hispanic origin. While this would be a horrible case of obvious hate, but it’s even more horrible that the real story is not being printed. The MSM’s lack of truth is prodding more hateful Caucasian-smearing rhetoric than already exists in Shenandoah and other places.
We have available the affidavits of probable cause filed against the accused teens. We also have an eyewitness account available online in audio and transcript form. It seems that a lot of pieces are missing from the version everyone has heard. Let’s take a look:
Arielle Garcia, 17-year-old married mother of a two-year-old child, (an obvious epitome of virtue) swears this was a racially-motivated beat-down. Let’s view her words for proof: