Over the last few years we have seen a steady onslaught by the media against a race of people. When you consider the implications of what the media are engaged in doing it is and should be a frightening thing.
By any definition this is racism…
Are the Media Racists?
There is no evidence whatsoever that mass killings are a characteristically white phenomenon.
And there never was.
In fact, the group most disproportionately represented on the Mother Jones chart is Americans of Asian descent. While only 6 percent of the population, they have been 15 percent of the 31-year period’s last 20 mass killers, 13 percent of the last 30, and 9 percent of the last 66.
This is quite interesting, too, since Americans of Asian descent have a very low crime rate in general.
When you think about this kind of thing you have to wonder what they are even thinking about, why are they doing this for dramatic value?
What kind of sick mind, (allegedly) focuses on the race of an offender rather than the sickness that is behind the veil.
We have some serious issues with those that report the news and shape the perceptions of those that read and view the news.
No doubt there is an agenda behind this kind of news coverage and that is frighteningly clear it is gun control at the expense of the innocent.
Mass murder was not enough. Not for the army of reporters who soon after the South Carolina killings surrounded this truth with a bodyguard of lies.
The shooting was part of a pattern of white on black violence wildly out of proportion, journalists told us over and over. The tragedy also reminded many scribes of the so-called epidemic of arson against black churches in the 1990s.
Neither of which are true.
MSNBC reflected the coverage of the day when it reported the church killings were “the second time in three months that violence, death and race mixed in Charleston, where in April a white police officer fired eight bullets at Walter Scott, an unarmed African American man, killing him.”
In Charleston, locals know racial violence is far more widespread than that. Only it is far more likely to be black on white.