There’s outrage in Norfolk, Va., today after a white couple was attacked by a group of 100 black teenagers, and the local newspaper did not report on the incident for two weeks, despite the victims being employees of the paper. Even today, the Virginian-Pilot did not cover the crime as news, but rather as an opinion piece by columnist Michelle Washington.One wonders who these media folk think they're fooling. Attempting to bury black-on-white crime isn't going to reduce racial tensions, instead, it's only going to make it worse when white Americans finally realize that their institutions are working against their interests and cannot be trusted. Today's lesson is: don't confront if you don't carry.
“Wave after wave of young men surged forward to take turns punching and kicking their victim,” Washington wrote, describing the onslaught that began when Dave Forster and Marjon Rostami stopped at a red light while driving home from a show on a Saturday night.
“Rostami locked her car door. Someone threw a rock at her window. Forster got out to confront the rock-thrower, and that’s when the beating began. …
Although, let's face it, the attack likely could not have happened to a more deserving pair. The beaten white pair were reporters... and their own newspaper didn't hesitate to throw them under the bus in the interest of burying black crime. (The fact that the idiot was unarmed and still got out of the car to confront an African mob pretty much guarantees that he's a left-liberal.) One wonders if they are still the same smug, left-liberal anti-racists that they most likely were prior to the mob attack. It should be noted that the black teenagers obviously weren't trying to seriously hurt the couple, they were just having fun. But, of course, that's precisely the problem.
In discussing the attack on Twitter, one young gentleman declared "do it for trayvon martin". It does not appear to have occurred to him that all "doing it" is going to accomplish is assuring that more young Africans end up like Trayvon Martin.
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