If Lori Kaplan depended only on her employers at NPR for news, she was probably surprised at the black mob violence that almost killed her white husband.
Kaplan is the Senior Director of Audience Research at NPR in downtown Washington, D.C. That is where she regularly meets her husband at the end of his evening commute on the Metro Red Line.
Below is the WAPO article.
Man suffers concussion, broken jaw on Metro’s Red Line in rush hour attack
Later, she said, the victim stood up and made his way to the front of the car.
“And his face was bloody, and he just kept saying, ‘What station is this?’ ‘Is my wife here?’ ” Smyth said.
He also asked, “Did I do something wrong? What happened?”