Famed Ghostbusters star Rick Moranis was walking down a New York street with his child before being punched in the face in an unprovoked attack by a black man.
WATCH: Actor Rick Moranis punched in the head in unprovoked attack in New York City; suspect being sought pic.twitter.com/NMpAEW3k47
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This attack comes after hundreds of similar incidents have surged across the country in response to mainstream media attempts to stir up racial animosity and send minorities to the voting booths.
In a previous report, we outlined how black Americans are more likely to commit hate crimes, join hate groups and commit interracial attacks. We provide statistics, and verifiable government sources.
Black Americans Most Likely to Commit Hate Crimes, Join Hate Groups, and Commit Interracial Attacks. Here are the Numbers.