UBER DRIVER RAPE STORY: Can You Spot What’s Missing?
This story reeks of fake news leftism. See if you can spot what’s missing.
Because what I’ve learned is the most egregious part of fake news propaganda isn’t simply that lies are passed off as truth.
It seems like the real tragedy lies in the selectively-edited narrative, that excludes critical facts.
Most of all, check out what this UBER DRIVER RAPE STORY leaves out.
What the news doesn’t report about the Uber Driver Rape Story.
Jane Harper, a reporter for The Virginian-Pilot wrote the following in reporting the sexual assault of an Uber passenger:
An Uber driver appeared in court on Tuesday after he was charged with raping a female passenger in one of the city’s Oceanfront neighborhoods over the weekend.
Sewanou Bisile Yoro, 34, of Norfolk, was arrested Monday on charges of abduction, rape, and aggravated sexual assault. He is being held without bond in the city jail.
Police said the victim was picked up Saturday night and assaulted sometime between 9:34 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. in the Bay Colony area on Linkhorn Bay near the Oceanfront.
A bail determination checklist in Yoro’s court file said he’s been driving part time for Uber for two to three years, earning about $350 a week.
It also indicated that he had no prior criminal history, and that a gun was not used during the alleged assault. Yoro told a magistrate he has lived in the area since 2010 and that he owns his home in the 200 block of W. 32nd St. in Norfolk as well as a 2009 Mitsubishi.
No prior criminal history? I started my investigation.
First of all, what country is he from? I researched this until my fingers bled, and found only one reference to Yoro’s possible origins. Seems like he hails from the Ivory Coast.
As a result, there was no other background on the man that I could find, except his current residence; as if he is American.
Probably, a product of our wonderful immigration reform, my bet is this man was allowed into the United States via the lottery.
Hence, we may never know.
So, the alternatives are (1) he entered into our country via the legal immigration system. Or (2) he is a refugee that has covered his tracks well.
Furthermore, Uber says they perform “background checks.” This blanket BS statement reminds me of the so-called “background” checks on the Tsarnaev brothers, and the San Bernardino shooters.
It seems like, given Uber’s “extensive” background check on Yoro, his origin would have rounded out the story and been extremely relevant.
Furthermore, Uber issued a statement where it’s “laughability” is exceeded only by their careful “background check.”
“The type of conduct that has been described has no place on the app or anywhere. The driver has been banned from Uber and we will work with police to provide them with any information that would be useful in their investigation.”
They also said they conduct background checks that are in compliance with Virginia law.
I highlighted a couple of points of interest in Uber’s statement. For example, the glaring declaration that Uber is an “app.” The reason they categorize themselves as an “app” is that Uber doesn’t want to be considered a taxi service, ergo subject to the regulations thereof.
Finally, I love how Uber explained that Yoro–the rapist–is banned. Good move Uber. Ironically, it’s tough to drive when you’re locked up in a Virginia Beach jail awaiting a bond hearing.
Rape Jihad. Is Uber a Facilitator?
Since Yoro’s case is the latest in a string of sex assault accusations against Uber.
And, the growing number of alleged rapists among Uber drivers spans the globe. Many who have Muslim names.
- Sexual Harassment by Senior Management at Uber
- Boston Uber Rapist
- San Antonio Rapist
- Jacksonville Lyft Rapist
- Johannesburg Uber Rapists
- Detroit Uber Rapists
- California Uber Rapist
- Dallas Lyft Rapist
- Indian Uber Rapist in Canada
- Some of them are refugees
Consequently, In 2016, Uber drivers stood accused of 32 sexual assault attacks on London passengers.
And, as the Michigan Uber Rapist report revealed, Uber opposes Trump’s ban on immigrants from terror hotbeds.
Of course, they do; this prohibition stalls their recruitment efforts. I can hardly wait to find out what religious persuasion Yoro is. Does anyone want to take a guess?