The Video Was Liked Over 500,000 Times And The 10,000 Comments Reveal The Dark Fantasies Of Liberals
Look, we all know that civility in this country has reached an all-time low. The bottom of the barrel has been scraped thin. Sisters have been turned against sisters. Brothers have turned against brothers. Children have turned against their parents. Even Black Lives Matter is sponsoring schools to attack the nuclear family.
But it does come as a shock that a post on the Chinese social media giant TikTok, purporting to celebrate the very recent death of a girl’s brother, was met with such glee from leftists who stumbled upon it.
“My racist, Trump supporter, homophobic brother thinking he was gonna make it out of 2020,” the overlay on the video reads before switching to a frame with the text “the FedEx truck that struck him” with a young man laughing. Liberals were overjoyed by the “news” of this brother allegedly losing his life.
Nationalist Review has done some digging, and while the video alleges to be about a brother being run over by a FedEx delivery truck, this story does not seem to be true. The user who uploaded the video (which Nationalist Review has preserved should they decided to take it down), “@PedroSkinnyy,” claims that they have been an only child for the past two days.
The most recent fatality accident involving a FedEx vehicle seems to have taken place back in mid-August. Now, it’s possible that this video has been reposted from another user who genuinely celebrated a previous death, but thorough searches on TikTok do not reveal a similar post. Therefore, we’ve tentatively declared this viral video “fake news,” but still found the responses from liberals who rejoiced in the information, and believed it to be true, newsworthy.
Comments From Users:
Since TikTok forces users to create an account in order to view the comments on posts, Nationalist Review has recorded just a small portion of the statements made by liberals celebrating the “death.” Among those, numerous people post that they wish it was their own brother, make puns about FedEx providing “next day shipping to hell,” and other generally celebratory remarks about what would, if it were real, amount to a monstrous jubilation at the news of tragic loss of life.