To our elite, the white working class is expendable, an antiquated reminder of a nearly exhausted nation heroically being extinguished by mass immigration.
Which brings us the story of two white people from the conquered state of California, who moved to Oklahoma to start a new life. [Shooting Victim Dies After Home Invasion At NW OKC Apartment Complex, 1-2-18]:
A man was fatally shot during a home invasion Wednesday at a northwest Oklahoma City apartment complex, police said.
RIP Jason... just another white American murdered by blacks, a story few living in Oklahoma City will even read about
Jason Endres, 31, died Friday in a local hospital as a result of his injuries. He was shot about 8:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Raindance Apartments near Pennsylvania and NW 122.
Witnesses told police two black males were breaking into an apartment when Endres went to help his neighbor. The suspects pistol-whipped a 17-year-old male in the apartment and one suspect shot Endres.
Lorenzo Eastland, 25, was arrested Wednesday in connection with the home invasion and shooting. He was booked into the Oklahoma County jail on complaints of robbery, possession of a firearm, first degree burglary, assault with a deadly weapon and first degree murder.
Jason Endres wife, Elizabeth, wrapped his arm in a towel to try and stop the bleeding. Her interview with a local news affiliate in Oklahoma City would be broadcast on every national media outlet and cable news channel if white privilege were a real force in America.
Instead, two black males have just murdered a white male in Oklahoma City, a story even the citizens of the state capital of Oklahoma have probably gone without noticing. [Widow plans to return to California, The Oklahoman, 1-4-18]:
Jason and Elizabeth Endres moved to Oklahoma City from southern California nearly three years ago. This month, she'll be moving back a widow.
Jason Endres, 31, was hit by a blast from a 12-gauge shotgun when he attempted to intervene in a home invasion in the couple's apartment complex. He held on for two days before succumbing to his wounds.
"He fought, but they said he had a very bad brain injury, and if he did open his eyes, he could never leave the hospital," wife Elizabeth Endres, 27, said. "They unhooked him from the ventilators and he passed after three hours of being unhooked. He died listening to System of a Down's 'Aerials,' his favorite song."
The couple were asleep in bed about 8:30 a.m. Dec. 27 at Raindance Apartments, 2201 NW 122 when the dogs woke them up. The couple heard a commotion in a downstairs apartment, and Jason Endres went to help.
In the end, a 17-year-old boy in the lower apartment was pistol-whipped, and Elizabeth Endres was dressing her husband's gunshot wound with a towel as paramedics arrived.
"I heard him yelling, and I heard the other guy yelling. I hear a pop, and the next thing I smelled was gunpowder," Elizabeth Endres said. "My husband didn't die a bystander. He died a hero."
The couple met at an Anaheim Angels baseball game when she was 12 years old. A decade later, they were a couple. Last year, they married.
"Jason had a hard life. He was dealt with the wrong cards from the get-go, but he never let it stop him," she said.
Beneath his rough exterior, he was a warm, sweet man who'd do anything to help someone in need. Having been homeless at one point in their relationship, Jason Endres liked to help when he could, she said.
He promised his wife a better life if they moved from Riverside County to Oklahoma City. The couple landed in Oklahoma in March 2015.
Jason Endres was a cook by trade, and recently started work at The Cheesecake Factory. In previous stints, he served meals to Reba McEntire, Willie Nelson and Michael Jackson's father over the years, she said.
"He would always brag that he got a hundred-dollar tip from Reba," Elizabeth Endres said.
When he wasn't cooking, he played video games, especially the Call of Duty series.
He boasted of having a relative involved in Operation Valkyrie, a failed assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler.
"He was happy to have a family member who tried to blow up Hitler. We both have family who served in World War II," she said.