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April 15, 2019



DAILYKENN.com -- Days after a congressional hearing on white nationalism, Americans were red-pilled by the reality that racial hatred is not an exclusive white franchise. 


A black male was accused of tossing a five-year-old white boy from a balcony at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota near Minneapolis. The 24-year-old suspect, Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda, is reportedly from Somalia. The boy fell about 40 feet, the equivalent of a four-story building. 

With the Jussie Smollet hate-crime hoax searing America's psyche, the far-left attempted to maneuver our collective mind back onto the white-guilt track through the congressional hearing.

However, a stellar testimony by sane blackivist, Candace Owen, dominated the social media response and largely quashed the left's tactic. Then, days later, Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda allegedly demonstrated Owen's point by snatching a helpless five-year-old white boy and chucking him over a balcony. 

From  fox6now.com ▼

The man arrested for allegedly pushing or throwing a child from the third floor of the Mall of America in Minnesota had been banned from the mall in the past, and once told police he had anger issues, court records show.

Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda, 24, was charged with attempted homicide after witnesses said a man either pushed or threw the 5-year-old child at the mall in Bloomington and took off running after the incident, police said.

Aranda was found inside the mall’s transit station and arrested.

Authorities described the child’s injuries as life-threatening and said witnesses gave the child first aid.

“The child did suffer significant injuries,” Police Chief Jeff Potts said. “The child has been transported to the hospital and has been receiving care.”

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Aranda lives in the Bloomington area and has a series of arrests and convictions related to the mall.

He had been banned from Mall of America in the past, and was convicted of misdemeanors in two separate incidents there in 2015.

Court records obtained by CNN affiliate WCCO show that in July 2015, he was charged with causing damage inside stores after he threw items off the upper level of the mall to the lower level.

Months later, in October of that same year, he was accused of throwing glasses of ice water and tea at a woman in a restaurant at the mall after she refused to buy him food, the records show. In that incident, he got into a physical scuffle with the manager of the restaurant, sending panicked diners fleeing, court records show.

In an unrelated incident in August of the same year, witnesses saw Aranda smashing computers on the floor in the Minneapolis library, causing approximately $5,000 in damage, according to a 2015 complaint.

Police were called and arrested him without incident after finding him at a bus stop across the street.

In a recorded statement, he told authorities that he got “angry after he read something on the Facebook” and so he smashed five computers, screens and keyboards, court records show. “He said he has some anger issues and told the officer that it does not happen all the time,” the complaint said.


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