I don’t think IRV IN IRVINE got the memo; rape in the sand.

Apparently, a woman was raped around midnight in Manhattan Beach, southwest of Los Angeles.

When a woman is raped in the presence of a male companion, whether it’s a boyfriend or husband, I feel the brutality is that much more pronounced. Despite modern feminist pronouncements, a man’s natural role is provider and protector; the rape or violent sexual conquest of his woman is a violation of the utmost sanctity of this dynamic.

Manhattan Beach police are searching for a man who sexually assaulted a woman on the beach early Sunday while forcing her male companion to lie face down in the sand.

The attack occurred on the beach about 12:15 a.m. Sunday, police said.

The two victims, both in their 40s, were sitting on the sand when the man approached and simulated the use of a handgun before forcing the man to the ground and assaulting the woman, police said. Afterward, the suspect fled southbound on foot.

Police said the attacker also took property belonging to the victims, but did not specify what kind of items were taken. A search of the area has so far failed to turn up the man.

Manhattan Beach detectives asked anyone with information about the assault to call them at (310) 802-5140.

There is an obvious omission to the news story, a common one to be found here in Los Angeles, and I imagine, most any other large urban enclave with a sizable SWPL class of the sort that shapes and molds the local media.

Coincidentally, one of the first things responding police officers or dispatchers will ask for is a description of the perpetrators. This is such a rudimentary investigative item that it baffles my imagination that the news reports consistently fail to note it.

In fact, this has become such a routine absence of vital information at the hands of the social engineers from the MSM that we can only conclude, after much experience, that the suspects were officially described to police as Black or Hispanic, and most likely not White or Asian because chances are, that would have been reported.

Urban news organizations don’t like to disrupt the popular etiquette which dictates that we must not convey information which is damning to the privileged, but victimized, minorities.

In the comments section, someone with the handle “IRV IN IRVINE” farcically (I hope) wrote: