As reported by Andrea Day of MyFoxNY, “Vicious Attack On Wendy’s Worker”:
A fight broke out at a Wendy’s in Queens Village, leaving one of the workers seriously injured. The disturbing scene from inside the Wendy’s was captured on a phone on Friday. In the video, you can see the cashier get pummeled to the ground by teenage girls.
A Wendy’s employee told Fox 5 that it started with one girl attacking the woman and a large group of them jumped in and punched her. The worker said it all began when the group started fighting and throwing food. She was behind the counter when her co-worker walked over to try and stop them, she said.
The woman who was attacked suffered a concussion and is currently unable to work.
Two of the teens have been identified by school officials as students at Martin van Buren High School, which is just down the block. School officials said they are working closely with the NYPD to investigate the incident.
The Wendy’s franchise director, Louis Meyer, released a statement that read in part: “This vicious attack on our female employee was shocking and uncalled for. We are cooperating with the police in their investigation and our security camera data and anything else they request will be provided to them.”
Intimidated by the Tyranny of Political Correctness, reporters refuse to tell you but I will: The feral attackers are black, as you can see in this video. Just as a disease can’t be cured if doctors can’t even identify and name it, so must we name a societal problem if we hope to solve it. It is high time for America’s black community to face up to and take responsibility for their high crime rate, instead of blaming “racism.”
Here’s some info from Wikipedia on Martin van Buren High School:
- The school is ranked No. 2 in suspension rates out of all high schools in the City of New York (NYC Department of Education data).
- Robberies, assaults, and gang activity have increased in the 2009-2010 school year, requiring the 105th Precinct to patrol the school regularly during afterschool hours.
- Racial makeup of the school in 2009-2010:
- 82.4% Black or African American
- 14.7% Hispanic or Latino
- 2.5% Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander
- 0.4% White. This is virtually a 100% shift from when the school was established.