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Opinion: Why today’s everyday hate feels different to me

I must admit it. I thought it would be a white Trump supporter, thought it had to be a white Trump supporter. That was my knee-jerk reaction to the latest example in a long, seemingly never-ending string of spasms of everyday public hate. This one involved a 91-year-old Mexican man, Rodolfo Rodriguez, who had been beaten bloody with a concrete block by a woman in Southern California, who according to a witness, was screaming at him to "Go back to your country; go back to Mexico." A week after the incident, 30-year-old Laquisha Jones was arrested in Los Angeles for the attack.

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