Man stabbed over haircut that looks like a neo-Nazi


You can blame the media for this one.

A man in the state of Colorado was attacked Wednesday by a stranger who thought he was a neo-Nazi because of his haircut.

Joshua Witt, 26, believes his long-on-top, buzzed-on-the-sides haircut got him wrongfully accused of being a hater. Witt says it has to be his haircut because he has no tattoos or regalia that would otherwise indicate he’s a fascist.

“Apparently, my haircut is considered a neo-Nazi statement,” he told The New York Post Saturday, as his account on Facebook accumulated over 20,000 shares.

Witt says he had just pulled in to the parking lot of the Steak ’n Shake in Sheridan, Colorado.  He had just opened his car door and was about to get out when he heard a man ask, “Are you one of them neo-Nazis?”

Witt, who was in total shock by the question, said the man then started to swing a knife at him over his car door.


“I threw my hands up and once the knife kind of hit, I dived back into my car and shut the door and watched him run off.”  He continued, “The dude was actually aiming for my head.”

After nearly being stabbed to death by a confused anti-fascist, Witt managed to escape with a slice to the hand and three stitches.

No doubt Witt’s experience is a reaction to the mainstreams media’s one-sided reporting ever since the events that took place in Charlottesville, VA one week ago today.   Last week, at the Unite the Right rally, hate groups faced off in violent protests over the dismantling of Confederate statues.  Some of the groups consisted of members from the Alt-Left, while others were neo-Nazis, KKK members and white supremacists.  One woman was killed and dozens were injured at the event.

The president posted the blame onto all sides, but the media has ripped into Trump for not putting all the blame on the neo-Nazis, KKK, and white supremacists.

The picture of Witt’s hand:

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