Americans Dying in the Streets: Someone Lost Their Life Last Night, and It’s Because of Trump’s Movement

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People are literally DYING because racists are coming out of the woodwork under the Trump administration!

They feel comfortable now “taking their country back” – with violence, if necessary.

The suspect in the shooting, Adam Purinton, was drinking at the bar in Olathe, Kansas; he unexpected yelled “get out of my country”, reportedly saying the men – originally be from India – were “Middle Eastern.” He then KILLED one of them!

And he isn’t charged with a hate crime!

Srinivas Kuchibhotla, an engineer at Garmin, was killed. Another victim injured in the shooting, Alok Madasani, also worked there.

“There is a fear of the other that has been exacerbated during the election.”

Police found Purinton 80 miles away, five hours later, at a Clinton, Missouri Applebee’s. He allegedly told the bartender there about the shooting.

“The diversity is increasing. It’s still small but it’s growing. A small contingent in my congregation are Indian. So I want people in our church to think about what things must be like for them right now. And to let them know that we are thinking of them.”

Purinton has been charged with one count of premeditated first degree murder, and two counts of attempted premeditated first degree murder.

***SHARE if you agree the RACISM coming out under Trump is UNACCEPTABLE! Comment if you think that this TRAGIC attack should have been avoided – and white supremacists need to be investigated!

h/t The Verge

Shaw has written for USA Today, CNN, Capitol Weekly, Independent Voter Network News, and The Energy Collective. At age 19, she was appointed to the Community Health Commission for the City of Berkeley by Mayor Tom Bates and served on the Mayor's Health Task Force. She acts and models professionally and has performed at Carnegie Hall. Shaw is a native San Franciscan. She studied political economy, public policy, biology, and rhetoric at UC Berkeley, and graduated in 2016. Through reformed education and effective communication, she is interested in making complex concepts accessible to broader audiences in hope of creating a more aware and active world.

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