A Puerto Rican man was shot and killed and his wife was left in serious condition after they were drug out of their car and attacked by at least three Black men. The couple had just left Chicago’s 43rd Annual Puerto Rican People’s Day Parade. People travel from all over the country to attend. Fortunately, it was not a hate crime. Because as we all know, Blacks cannot be bigots.
The victims had a large Puerto Rican flag waving from their car at the time they were drug from their car and shot. The man, Gyovanny Arzuaga, was rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. The woman is in very serious condition. I hope this is not a trend the same way that followers of the DNC have been attacking Asians. The good news is they can blame their violence on white privilege.
A memorial for Arzuaga was erected Sunday, just a few feet from where he was murdered. A video is being circulated that claims to accurately show the murder but police have not verified it yet as they are still investigating, hoping to find out how this tragedy was Trump’s fault.
This is a racist attack. This is what MSM will never talk about because it doesn't fit their narrative.
Puerto Rican's (see flag) pulled out of their vehicle and shot by Black attackers.
Latino -vs- Black is a common cultural conflict. https://t.co/UNsYFk6ikC
— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) June 20, 2021
On Thursday, Ald. Roberto Maldonado (26th) in a Facebook post expressed disappointment in the local police district’s “drastic” decision to close Luis Munoz Marin Drive to protect against shootings. Police say that the street has never been open during the event. I wonder how they feel about their position now.
Arzuaga was remembered Sunday as a family man and gym freak who was funny and “full of life,” said Pacheco.
“He was such an amazing friend. He was caring,” Pacheco said. “… He was just about being around good vibes, being around good people.”
Pacheco said Arzuaga had just celebrated his 24th birthday Thursday.
“I was honestly blessed to have a friend like Gyovanny,” Pacheco said. “The last thing I told him on his birthday was, ‘God bless you with so many more because this world needs people like you.’”