VIDEO: Black Teen Carjackers Face Murder Charges, But Not Hate Crime Charges in Death of Pakistani Driver

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Hello Americans. I’m Todd Starnes with news and commentary next. 

Two teenage girls are facing murder charges after they car jacked an Uber Eats driver. It happened in Washington, D.C. 

The girls stunned the driver with a taser – and then hit the gas – with the victim still holding onto the door. They slammed into a light pole and causing the car to flip on its side. 

Video posted below shows one of the thugs walking over the body of the driver demanding that someone retrieve her cell phone from the wreckage. 

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The alleged carjackers are black. The victim is a Pakistani immigrant.  

Yet there has been no national outrage from politicians or pundits. No wall-to-wall coverage on cable television. 

As a matter of fact – CNN said Mr. Anwar died in an accident. It was not an accident. It was a brutal crime. 

Not even the Biden Administration has condemned the attack. Two black girls were responsible for the death of an Asian American man, but it’s not a hate crime?

The dead man is identified as Mohammad Anwar – a hard-working 66-year-old grandfather.

“Anwar was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, uncle, and friend who always provided a smile when you needed one,” said the family’s GoFundMe page. “He leaves behind a family, near and far, who cherish, love, and miss him dearly.”

An unspeakable crime committed by a 13-year-old and a 15-year-old with absolutely no remorse.

One of the girls was more concerned about retrieving her cellphone than she was about the man she had just killed.

This is what happens when parents raise children without teaching them right from wrong. This is what happens when you raise a generation of children who believe they are entitled to what you have.

I’m Todd Starnes