Television Reporter Assaulted While Covering Arrival Of Refugees

[MATRIX Correspondent Francesca Parisella | Source: MATRIX via The Blaze]
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Another case of immigrant-related violence went down, as Italy based MATRIX Correspondent Francesca Parisella and her video guy were attacked in the midst of doing a piece on the surplus of African refugees seeking haven in Rome—specifically a train stop.

“Their hope is especially to reach Milan…and then to move to Northern Europe,” Parisella reported. “It’s important to know that this reception—”

It was here where refugees interrupted the live feed and got physical with Parisella and her news team.

[Video: courtesy of MATRIX via Vlad Tepesblog]

Vlad Tepes’s blog also availed this translation—originally cited on Fousequawk:

“A female, news reporter for Italian TV went to the main, train station in Rome late one evening to report on the poor, poor African ‘refugees’ who had been sleeping rough there for a while. The unfortunate, young lady and her even-more-unfortunate cameraman were jumped from behind and assaulted by some of those same, culture enrichers. The unexpected fracas ended up being broadcast on live television.

Luckily for her, a (presumably unenriched) taxi driver happened to be at hand to offer her shelter; otherwise, the reporter might have ended up providing therapy for some of the migrants to help them cope with their ‘sexual emergencies.’”

Liberals believe immigrants like these should be provided with safe harbor in the US. Fortunately, it was learned Parisella wasn’t seriously injured. But the clatter definitely spilled into social media:

[Source: Twitter/Base Monitored US and Kay]

[Source: Twitter/Jemma]

Unfortunately, Italy’s not their terminal stop—they’re seemingly leaving a trail of chaos—so these refugees will eventually end up somewhere else (only to wreak havoc on others).

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