The woman in the picture is not thrilled the LA Times used a deceiving picture of her: “Are you covering for racists?”
The Los Angeles Times covered the racist egging attack on Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder. One woman wore a gorilla mask.
The publication used a photo that makes it look like Elder is slapping a woman instead of a picture from the attack.
The headline made it sound like Elder had a part in the attack: “LAPD is investigating altercation at Venice homeless encampment.”
The woman in the picture scorched the LA Times.
Want to know how evil the U.S. mainstream media is? Read this. pic.twitter.com/t6PnQeo5Sw
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) September 10, 2021
Yesterday @larryelder was my guest. We were attacked by a group yelling racial slurs, a white woman in a gorilla mask threw eggs. Yet @latimes finds a deceiving pic of us about to hug to confuse the story- a HATE CRIME was committed against a black man running for Governor of CA pic.twitter.com/RJxm2rmDiw
— Soledad Ursua (@SoledadUrsua) September 10, 2021
Disgusting. California might recall Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom. If the state succeeds it will have another election. Elder could become California’s first black governor if he wins that election.
But it’s okay. He’s a race traitor because blacks cannot be a Republican, right? The mainstream media is so disgusting.
Ying Ma, Elder’s communications director, told The Daily Caller:
“This is completely absurd,” communications director Ying Ma told the DCNF. “Larry went to give a supporter a hug and the LAT used a photo taken at an angle that made it appear as if he was hitting her.”
“This is the same publication that called Larry Elder the black face of white supremacy and has consistently accused him of not being black enough,” Ma continued, referring to the August LA Times opinion piece: “Larry Elder’s fans prove he’s a face of white supremacy.”
“Perhaps you should ask them,” she responded, when asked why the LA Times would use the misleading photo.
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