Black Guns Are Easy to See. Black People, Not So Much

The Washington Post can spot a pattern of racism from worlds away. Post columnist Mary Curtis said it was easy: people who do not like Barack Obama are not going to admit they are racists. But the pattern often found in Republicans, she said, makes it a “Question of Race.” Post honcho David Ignatius recently cited another pattern on one of the Sunday morning talk fests. This time, white on black violence. Ignatius and other panelists pointed to Trayvon, Ferguson, Freddie Gray, and the Charleston church shootings as proof positive of the white racism that is causing so much white racist violence against black people that the President of the United States himself should make it a top priority for the rest of his time in office, Ignatius said. He was just repeating what has become a mantra at the Post: Black people are relentless victims of relentless white racism, all the time, everywhere, and that explains everything. Especially why cops are always picking...(Read Full Article)