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It’s the video that is shocking the nation—a hate crime committed on camera while everybody’s sitting back and filming, doing next-to-nothing to help the white teenager, who’s being brutally beaten within an inch of her life by a black girl in a skirt. The question now is: is the teen victim, reportedly identified as “Kailee,” still alive? We know that she was rushed to a local Missouri hospital with life-threatening head injuries. Now, rumors are floating that she’s passed away.

Meanwhile, the savage monster who did this to her, identified as a 15-year-old teenager, is in custody on assault charges.

The beatdown happened on a street near the high school. In a blink, the black student knocks the white teen, Kailee, to the ground and starts raining down punches on her. When another girl tries to step in and help, she suddenly finds herself under attack from more savage teens. The situation escalated when DeClue grabbed the victim by the hair, slamming her head against the concrete over and over again. The victim took a brutal beating, with her head hitting the ground hard at least four times following the punches to her face.

We must warn you that this is a very graphic and horrific video.

Now, the question is, how is Kailee? Well, the good news is that she’s alive. According to a report from Times Now News, they spoke to police officials who debunked the “death” rumors and reported that Kailee is still alive.

As for the latest on her health, details are scarce. The internet is rife with rumors claiming she’s in a coma, which, after witnessing that racially charged hate crime, wouldn’t be so shocking. Unfortunately, this isn’t an isolated incident. We’re seeing an uptick in black-on-white violence, even as the propaganda media tries to paint white Trump supporters as the “dangerous ones.” That’s a complete distortion of reality.

The New York Post:

The narrative that blacks are at elevated risk for “existing while black” is true, but not because whites are killing them. Their assailants are other blacks, which means that these black victims are of no interest to the race activists and to their media and political allies.

Kansas City’s black-white homicide disparity is typical. In 2022, blacks made up 60% of homicide victims, though they are 26.5% of the population. Whites were 22% of homicide victims, though they make up 60% of the Kansas City population. A black Kansas City resident was six times more likely to be killed in 2022 than a white Kansas City resident. So far this year, blacks make up 75% of homicide victims.

The toll on black children has been particularly acute.

In the first nine months of 2020, 13 black children were killed in shootings in Kansas City. Those child victims included 1-year-old Tyron Patton, killed when someone riddled the car in which he was riding with bullets, and 4-year-old LeGend Taliferro, fatally shot while sleeping in his father’s apartment.

No Black Lives Matter activist showed up to “say their names.”

Their deaths were of no interest to the race advocates because their killers were black. In 2022, 10 children aged 17 and younger were killed in Kansas City, also without racial protest, because those children were not killed by whites and thus did not matter from a racial p.r. perspective.

The really curious thing is that many of these obviously racist incidents involving blacks attacking whites are not charged as “hate crimes.”

The reason these incidents aren’t labeled as “hate crimes” probably boils down to a disturbing perspective from the left—that somehow, these white victims deserved it. Thankfully, the latest word is that Kailee is still fighting, and we’re all hoping she pulls through. She, along with her family, are in our thoughts and prayers. And speaking of family, Maurnice’s mother (and father, if he’s still in the picture) should face charges, too. After all, a 15-year-old doesn’t just pick up such violent behavior out of thin air; it often comes with plenty of backing and encouragement at home.