Roy Ball a rep of Toyota West Covina has been identified as the white supremacist seen in viral pictures holding a black woman, Berlinda Nibo, as she gets pepper-sprayed. Toyota of Southern California in a phone call confirmed that he has been fired with immediate effect. His profile has also been removed from their website.
Today in LA, white supremacists at the “Stop The Steal” rally attacked a Black woman.
The woman was walking home when 20 people surrounded her, demanding to know who she voted for.
They shoved her, pepper-sprayed her, and punched her in the face before our friends helped her. pic.twitter.com/4LvEd7XkbR
— Chad Loder (@chadloder) January 7, 2021
On Jan 6th, 2021, the day which saw Trumpsters invade Capitol Building, a random black woman was attacked by far-right chuds in LA. She was fortunately helped by some radical veterans traveling to the capitol for the inauguration on Jan 20th but not before she was pepper-sprayed and her wig removed. The veterans say they are traveling to DC to protect their neighborhoods.
Here is additional footage of "Good Samaritan" Roy Ball at the rally in LA telling another Black woman that "minorities are nothing but pieces of sh**"…
Is this your hero? pic.twitter.com/gi1UsIEz0b
— Tariq Nasheed 🇺🇸 (@tariqnasheed) January 8, 2021
While Nibo says she made it away with just a few minor scratches, including one on her face, she says the incident has taken a deep psychological toll on her and left her feeling unsafe as a Black woman in America. “I’m still so shocked,” she told the Fox affiliate. “I’m still shaking.”
The woman being assaulted in these photos had reported earlier today that Roy Ball, depicted with his arms around her, initially tried to help her. Several account witnesses have stated and have photos and video footage of the woman being maced in the eyes while being held by Ball. It is on video that two bystanders jumped into the crowd to pull her out and escorted her to the police line. She later stated that she was unable to see who helped her by leading her out of the crowd. She is currently trying to retract the statement with CBS of Roy “ saving her “.
Roy Ball was filmed earlier that same day leading several crowds that verbally and physically assaulted a woman of color and several photographers.
There are photos and video of her being taken behind the police line as she and bystanders tried to point out her assailants to the Captain. The assailants were never detained. LAPD told Fox 11 News that they did not know an incident had occurred until they saw it on social media. LAPD has now opened an investigation.
Both houses of Congress assembled to Certify the Presidential Election
On Jan 6th, Both houses of Congress assembled at the Capitol this morning to ratify the election of Joe Biden to be the next president of the United States. But President Donald Trump, who has refused to recognize his defeat, organized a rally outside to protest the results.
Speaking to thousands of protestors outside the Capitol, Trump warned that if Vice President Michael Pence accepted the election results—as the law and the Constitution require him to do—America would be “stuck with a president,” Biden, “who lost the election by a lot, and we have to live with that for four more years.” Trump vowed that “we’re just not going to let that happen.”
Protestors stormed the capitol building and forced their way past Capitol Hill police. As angry rioters began roaming through the hallways, police escorted Vice President Pence, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and other members of Congress out of the Capitol building.
BREAKING: revolution in process as Trump supporters break into the Capitol building, attacking police, breaking windows, and knocking down doors
Full anarchy at this “mostly peaceful” demonstration DC
The people have pushed through & are storming to main chambers pic.twitter.com/NW6VDDNBQw
— MASS FORMATION PSYCHOSIS 🇺🇸🇦🇺 (@ElijahSchaffer) January 6, 2021
With the capitol building still occupied by a violent mob, it’s not clear how much access rioters have gained to sensitive information. With luck, staffers who had access to classified data managed to log off before evacuating their offices. But with thousands of people working on Capitol Hill, it seems likely that some serious data breaches will occur.
Members of Congress fleeing a pro-Trump mob left their offices so quickly that at least one staffer left their computer on and logged into their official email, according to a screenshot posted by a conservative reporter. Elijah Schaffer, a conservative reporter for the Glenn Beck publication The Blaze, wrote that he was “inside Nancy Pelosi’s office” with what he called “revolutionaries” who have “stormed the building.”
Protesters stormed the building, with quite a few going out of their way to steal items or lounge around. One woman was shot and killed. Two explosive devices were allegedly found at the Republican National Committee, and a suspicious package reportedly to led the evacuation of the Democratic National Committee.