Black Mob Violence: So many Stories, not enough Room
My last article for American Thinker was too long. And too short.
Too long because the gurus tell us articles should be about 600 words. My story about the president talking to the black caucus about white people inflicting constant racial injustice on black people came in at 1500 words.
I was just getting warmed up.
I thought it strange that at the same time the president was trying to persuade us that black people are relentless victims, black people were committing acts of racial violence in places like Seattle, Miami, Indianapolis, Bronx, Ferguson, Kansas City, Providence, Minneapolis and 18 miles from where the president was speaking.
While the president was speaking.
Members of the black caucus say white racism drives black people to excessive crime and violence. Or is it that black people and white people commit the same amount of crime, only racist white cops arrest black people more often?
Whatever. I don’t have all day here.
The article was too short because of all the recent episodes of black mob violence I learned about only after the article was published. Each one a pushback against the president’s relentless narrative that black people are relentless victims.
Which is pretty much what he has been saying nonstop since high school when the racist white coach at his elite white school denied him his rightful spot in the starting lineup of the basketball team because of racism.
So let’s make up for what I left out:
In Memphis, a large group of black people rampaged through the streets, creating violence and mayhem: Throwing bricks at cars. Beating up senior citizens. One grandmother told WREG in Memphis that “teenagers” will burn Memphis to the Ground if someone does not stop them.
Locals in Memphis say….
There I go again. Starting to list all the recent racial violence in Memphis to show this latest example is part of a pattern. That’s how I made the last article too long.
So let’s just put it this way: Ditto Memphis. Lots more details in that scintillating best seller, White Girl Bleed a Lot.
In Rochester, a large group of black people rampaged through downtown, creating violence and mayhem. When police showed up, 50 to 100 black people attacked them too. At least it does not happen every weekend, police say. Ditto Rochester.
In Las Vegas, a black motorcycle club descended on the Suncoast Casino and black mob violence erupted. Only one person was stabbed. Ditto black motorcycle clubs.
In Madison, Wisconsin, 20 to 30 black people were creating violence and mayhem in and out of a chicken restaurant. One person was taken to the hospital after receiving a severe beating. At least he did not get stabbed. Ditto Madison.
In Orlando, a large group of black people were creating violence and mayhem at a large party called Chunky Sunday. Three people were shot. One died. Ditto other Chunky Sunday festivities.
In Tallahassee, near Martin Luther King Boulevard, a large group of black people were creating violence and mayhem near the campus of a local black college. Two people were shot. Ditto other parties at black colleges.
In Carbondale, Illinois, a large group of black people were creating mayhem and violence downtown, much of it on video. In contrast to the previously mentioned events, this one happened a week before the president’s speech to the black caucus. Ditto Carbondale.
At Horlick High in Racine, Wisconsin, a large group of black people created violence and mayhem in a grocery store parking lot. On video. This one might not count since there were a few white faces in the crowd. A gunshot ended that gathering before we could figure out if they were predators or victims. Ditto Wisconsin.
I have exceeded 600 words -- running out of space. But not running out of examples of recent black mob violence that seem to contradict the president’s narrative.
Wilmington, ditto. Des Moines, ditto. Chicago, ditto. Akron, ditto.
The rest of the country, ditto, ditto. ditto.