Monday, June 12, 2017

Was Bree Nece Attacked for Voting For Trump?


Is this account truthful?

Or, is there more to the story?  

This was posted on Facebook.  What do you think? 

Antifa violence is common and widespread.  Fake Hate is not only a common tool today, but it can also be used to cover bad behavior   

What does the language tell us?

Post your opinion in the comments section with your conclusion. 


My sister and i had such an amazing night at the New Kids on the Block concert in Seattle. Unfortunately the night ended bad. This is the work of a " man". After leaving the concert we were walking toward our hotel room. We were approached by 2 men and a woman. It was ok at first until the woman asked where we were from. She then said " Well i hope you didn't vote for Trump" when i admitted that i had, she then called us a racist.. The two men with her verbally attacked us as well. She physically approached me and a fight ensued. One of the 'men' was on top of me punching as my sister watched helplessly. As she tried to pull him off me, the other " man" punched her in the face. He stood up and kicked me in the face and ribs. Ive never in my life had so much rage in trying to protect my little sister. I then was the helpless one.. I conceal and carry , but i didn't this night because concert arenas don't allow guns. The "man" came back for more, slammed me on the concrete and drug me by my hair across the sidewalk..There were 3 witnesses and the two " men" were takin to jail and released the next day. This is a growing problem in our country with political differences that are causing violence perpetrated by our media. It has caused these fringe groups like "Antifa" and other extreme leftist groups to start preying on us. I stood up. I fought. And I did not back down. I voted for Trump. And I am damn proud of it!!! I will take these cowards to court even if it takes a lifetime. . I love you sister so much.Gina Nino

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

She's lying...Ive seen someone get kicked in the face/head, and they don't "jump back up and start fighting", more like they are out cold for minutes and never quite the same mentally. The whole story sounds fabricated with her being both brutalized victim on the ground while at the same time angrily fighting and defending her sister....she can't have it both ways.

Anon 'I' said...

Why put parenthesis around the word man?
Was it because it was a younger male who should
have had more emotional maturity or, possibly
a trans?

She does not say who threw the first punch.

Which was it? Did her little sister stand
there helplessly or was she on the man's back?

Anonymous said...

This is the work of a " man".

Man - singular but then says two men and one woman attackers.

Three attackers and three witnesses. (number 3)

After leaving the concert - first mentions where she left instead of where she was going.

She then said " Well i hope you didn't vote for Trump" when i admitted that i had, she then called us a racist..

"I", "you" "I" "I" - she then called "us" racist.

As she tried to pull him off me, the other " man" punched her in the face. He stood up and kicked me in the face and ribs.

Who stood up? Man 1 or Man 2 because Man 1 was on top of her but Man 2 would not have need to stand up?

She physically approached me and a fight ensued.

She physically approached but she does not tell us that the woman made the first contact for the fight to ensue.

The "man" came back for more, slammed me on the concrete and drug me by my hair across the sidewalk.

Again, which man was this?

It has caused these fringe groups like "Antifa" and other extreme leftist groups to start preying on us.

Other than being anti-Trump, when did they identify as being part of Antifa?

I stood up. I fought. And I did not back down.

Was this the reason he came back for more? She attacked him again when he was trying to walk away? Stood up sounds more like from her seat at the concert than getting up off the ground.

Peregrine said...

"Unfortunately the night ended bad." I would expect someone brutally attacked to state "I was attecked!" Where is the rage she later talks about? What follows after sounds like story telling.

Bobcat said...

My sister and i had such an amazing night at the New Kids on the Block concert in Seattle.

They were out of town, ntp that they had a great time at a concert.

Unfortunately the night ended bad. This is the work of a " man". After leaving the concert we were walking toward our hotel room.

Was she asked to leave the concert?

We were approached by 2 men and a woman. It was ok at first until the woman asked where we were from. She then said " Well i hope you didn't vote for Trump" when i admitted that i had, she then called us a racist.. The two men with her verbally attacked us as well.

3, liars number. She exchanged words with the woman, but nothing specifically stated by the "men".

She physically approached me and a fight ensued.

Ensued. Passivity seeks to conceal responsibility. She likely threw the first punch.
(OT - I just had an OMG moment regarding Amber Wilkinson's use of ensued...)

One of the 'men' was on top of me punching as my sister watched helplessly. As she tried to pull him off me, the other " man" punched her in the face. He stood up and kicked me in the face and ribs.

I wonder what her sister's bruising looks like? I wonder if the "men" were plastic surgeons.

Ive never in my life had so much rage in trying to protect my little sister. I then was the helpless one.. I conceal and carry , but i didn't this night because concert arenas don't allow guns.

Leakage? Not enough concealer to cover her bruises?

The "man" came back for more, slammed me on the concrete and drug me by my hair across the sidewalk..There were 3 witnesses and the two " men" were takin to jail and released the next day. This is a growing problem in our country with political differences that are causing violence perpetrated by our media. It has caused these fringe groups like "Antifa" and other extreme leftist groups to start preying on us.

Fake hate

I stood up. I fought. And I did not back down. I voted for Trump. And I am damn proud of it!!! I will take these cowards to court even if it takes a lifetime. . I love you sister so much.

I wonder if the author was in "Seattle" for plastic surgery. She was scratched by a woman, but does not want to admit that she was marked by a woman.

Anonymous said...

2 black eyes with no swelling

Please focus on what Peter has taught regarding the word "leaving". "After leaving the concert"..."leaving often indicates missing time" and often is when a crime was committed by the person giving the statement. Perhaps the nefarious activity (crime) was applying purple to her eyes to create this fake hate story.

Ps. New Kids on the Block concerts dont tend to violent events. And also I partied with one of The New Kids on the Block back in college...long story...but he was drunk and depressed and said being a New Kid on the Block made his life suck and he offered to fly me and a few other people to Hawaii to escape from his distress from being a New Kid on the Block. True story my friends.

Anonymous said...

True story that noone has ever believed. I showed up to my (small) college early for Fall semester and there was literally like only one other student in the dorm present (but on the guy's floor)...he said to me "hey you wanna come in here, have a couple beers, I got some friends from home here"...so I say sure...his friends were nice and I was talking to one for like half hour before one of the other guys asks him a question about his band "New Kids on the Block" and I was like OMG you're a New Kid on the Block? And he said yes and started telling me how depressed it makes him and that is why he was hanging out with his friend at the college before the students moved in bc it was a good place to avoid people. Super nice guy & he offered to fly us to Hawaii. (This was back when NKOTB were super popular). Anyway when the other kids showed moved in a couple days later, they're like what have you been doing past couple days here? I said "Partying with one of the New Kids on the Block" and they all looked at me like I was crazy and refused to believe me, but it's true!!!!

rob said...

WERE people arrested?

Hey Jude said...

'I will take these cowards to court even if it takes a lifetime. . '.

Not much to go on, then, considering there were three witnesses, two alleged victims, and two men kept in jail overnight, it should not take a lifetime, or very long at all, if her account is true - from what she said there I think she must at least have reason to doubt that she has a case.

Hey Jude said...

'...she then called us a racist..'

Interesting use of pronouns - so, were the men, or one of the three, black, and she had made a racist comment which led to a fight? She does not want to say which one of them was called a racist, so I think it was she who was called such rather than her sister, who she drags into it with 'us'; as they cannot together be 'a racist', only the writer made a racist comment. I think it more likely there was a fight due to her making a racist comment rather than because she voted for Trump.

Bobcat said...

HJ,

There are some, under the influence of propaganda, who call Trump supporters 'racist' for daring to express their support of him.

John mcgowan said...

OT Update:

THE MURDER OF 13-YEAR-OLD DYLAN REDWINE: DID DAD DO IT?

On June 5, Mark announced he would lead a “recovery search” for Dylan’s remains and other clues to be mounted from August 4 to August 11.

Vt, audio and some text:

As he remains the sole person of interest in Dylan’s murder, a reporter asked Mark if this new effort is, at least in part, to clear his own name....

http://crimefeed.com/2017/06/30912/?sf88162416=1

But I am a robot! said...

So many holes in her story it's hard to choose where to start! I'll try to not repeat what others already posted.

For one, if her beloved baby sister was beat up at least as badly, why isn't she in the photo, or one of her posted?

People don't generally strike up conversations with other people walking along; usually it's while sitting at a bus stop, in the park,waiting in a long line, etc.
Seattle isn't such a tourist destination that everyone you approach is likely from out of town, and "where are you from?" isn't a normal conversation starter unless there's a specific clue a person is from elsewhere, like hearing an accent. It seems liars often trip up by forgetting their unwitting drama co-stars wouldn't just know certain details.

The men were just verbally attacking her while the woman physically assaulted her; a second later they were punching and kicking her, slammed her to the concrete and dragged her. Which is it?

There were three witnesses (one for each attacker :^D ), and the attackers supposedly went to jail, but no mention of how the police showed up, no mention of a report taken, no mention of medical care – from this description they would be transported to the hospital, checked for concussion, broken bones, etc.

Did the three witnesses also just stand there watching? Did the attackers grow tired of coming back for more and simply stopped pounding the Trump supporters? Unless the witnesses got their names, how did the attackers get arrested? Why do the so-called victims have to take forever taking them to court; are they not being prosecuted for assault?

First, the men verbally attacked while the woman physically assaulted the storyteller; next sentence one was punching her and slamming her onto concrete. Which was it? And if the woman started the physical attack why wasn't she also taken to jail?

What gun owner says, "I conceal and carry" –– it doesn't even make sense! Like the random tangents on fringe groups and the media, it sounds like some agenda point she wedged into the drama regardless of if it fit.

Finally, if a concert had just let out, and they were close enough to be walking to their hotel, the sidewalks would be a lot more crowded than the eight people named here. There wouldn't be room to drag her along, much less rolling around punching, kicking, then "coming back" for more.

It's ironic she whines on about the polarized idiots stirring up violence and hate, when it's exactly what she's doing with her pathetic little tale.

You can relax, Spielberg and Disney; you've got no competition from this pinhead!

But I am a robot! said...

John McGowan, we cross-posted, and I don't know the details of Dylan Redwine's murder –– Mark is apparently the prime suspect, but is he Dylan's father or at least primary guardian? If so, seems an incredibly stupid and insensitive question to ask a parent: "You're the only one who still gives a crap about your dead son; so this must be a selfish effort to clear your own name?"

If he is the guilty one, zero sympathy for him, but still, what an asinine question especially if there isn't any credible evidence.

Hey Jude said...

I know that, Bobcat.

Peter Hyatt said...

Anonymous said...
2 black eyes with no swelling

Please focus on what Peter has taught regarding the word "leaving". "After leaving the concert"..."leaving often indicates missing time" and often is when a crime was committed by the person giving the statement. Perhaps the nefarious activity (crime) was applying purple to her eyes to create this fake hate story.

Ps. New Kids on the Block concerts dont tend to violent events. And also I partied with one of The New Kids on the Block back in college...long story...but he was drunk and depressed and said being a New Kid on the Block made his life suck and he offered to fly me and a few other people to Hawaii to escape from his distress from being a New Kid on the Block. True story my friends.
June 13, 2017 at 12:56 AM


But the black eyes are real.

elf said...

Dylan was Mark's son and had arrived the day before to visit his father Mark. Mark reported Dylan missing the next day.

Hey Jude said...

They were white - 'as white as you and me' she said to the interviewer (soundcloud, I think Fox interview). She also said a lot of people had asked and assumed the other people were black.

Does that mean all the people who asked and assumed are racist to have thought that? Or might be.. IDK. I like to think I am not.