No one knows who did that. There is not proof that it was a person whose skin is white, or black, or orange or blue.
There was the Muslim young lady in Louisiana who filed a police report that a bunch of white guys wearing trump hats jumped her, beat on her, ripped off her head scarf, and stole her purse. Then, after the investigation was falling through she admitted that she lied.
We need to be very careful here because there are people trying to cause trouble. And sometimes they do it via making false accusations and even filing false reports.
Hahaha Elegirl there way too many of these at present, that is just one example, others with "Black lives don't matter and neither does your votes" "Trump" on a muslim prayer room, oh so many! Reports of racist graffiti, hate crimes post-election - CNN.com
One can not dismiss the effect of Trumpism by declaring it's all fake. It has brought alot of racialism out of the closet and even in my country our once infamous Pauline Hanson too, I surely doubt the leftists came to her and said "Give a right-wing speech so we can discredit your views". Sorry, that makes no sense. But she ain't a Trump unfortunately, she's laughable in comparison. So my country remains... PC, and in some circles with their self-righteousness condemn the U.S. denying the same issues and thoughts resonate in our population as well. *sigh*
But this is here, what is happening in the U.S. is much more progressive. As Vlad has mentioned the leftist accusations are losing its power. At the same time I've already noticed racism and homophobia is becoming more socially accepted, and people pulling the race card have become the bad guys, condemned, such as in this thread, for genuine reasons too - such as the reports of fake stories you yourself mentioned. Political incorrectness is becoming more socially accepted by the very example of your president-elect, and at the same time the power of the race card is diminishing.
All these issues of xenophobia, racism, homophobia people have to wake up and realise it's an issue, for all races, and move past the initial stages of grief of losing their fantasy-land, including denial and anger, and move into acceptance. From acceptance, progression. Many claimed progression in the past, no they only swept **** under the rug. Racialism, or more popularly coined "closet racism" is deeply imbedded in the culture and history of colonial countries. It's a part of life, which was sadly too "politically incorrect" to discuss.
I've never been that with my multi-racial daughter, I know how racist the world still truly is. Why would I raise her in ignorance? At the same time, why are grownups still in denial? Race cards are nothing but attempt at self-righteousness when deep down, it's there. Just as I have my reservations with Anglo-Saxons within my inner circle, I know I AM racist. How did I progress from that acceptance - by learning to acknowledge humans as individuals. But I can't do that without first acknowledging my own racism, nor do I expect other people to.