Mob Attacks NYC Police As They Try to Rescue 11-Year-Old Girl Getting Beaten

New York City continues to get worse. The city has fallen from its high place in society and is now a place that people despise.

It is filled with violence and hatred and all because people are rebelling without a cause.

Sure, they claimed that it was because of George Floyd, but this has nothing to do with George Floyd whatsoever. Not even in the slightest.

It's so bad that police were prevented from helping an 11-year-old girl who was being beaten up by a group of five others. She was beaten, punched, kicked, and even shocked with a stun gun.

When police tried to move in to help the girl, they were met with frozen water bottles and other projectiles.

But the media wanted to try and push their own version of the story.

Here is how the NY Post reported the incident,

NYPD cops had a front-row seat to a five-on-one brawl — but let the violence play out rather than doing their jobs to break it up, The Post has learned.

An 11-year-old girl was slapped, punched, kicked and even shocked with a stun gun by a group of five other girls after a basketball game around 7 p.m. Sunday on East 125th Street near Madison Avenue in Harlem.

During the roughly 4-minute beatdown, cops sat idly in nearby cruisers — but they didn’t get out until the girl was bloody and bruised, a Post photographer observed.

But NYPD says that this is "completely inaccurate."

“The officers were met by a large crowd while attempting to come to this person’s assistance. They were outnumbered. Projectiles were thrown at them. And they were forced to reposition and call every available resource in the area,” said NYPD spokesman Al Baker.

I absolutely hate the mainstream media. They are the scum that keeps this country divided.

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