A white male is murdered in cold blood on a street in Duncan, Oklahoma by three black (one of mixed race) youths. The motive? Boredom, supposedly. The victim was targeted as he jogged by, and was followed by the three teenagers in the car, who shot him in the back. The victim was 23.
Certainly, if Barack Obama really did have a son, he would look like Chancey Luna. Or James Edwards, Jr. Or the third suspect, Michael Jones.
But don’t count on any help from Federal investigators if there is a chance that prosecuting such a crime demeans Eric Holder’s “people”.
Al Sharpton had this to say about the tragic murder of a young white male by armed black youths:
Note the tenor of the television coverage at KFOR (click on the link). “Our hearts break for everyone involved”. As if the murdering thugs deserve the same sympathy as the parents of the young man murdered. Or that the thugs’ parents do, for that matter.
And to think that Christopher Lane was not kneeling on top of any of the suspects, banging his head into the concrete sidewalk, either.
Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, the Hollywood half-wits (Samuel L. Jackson, Jamie Foxx, etc.), are equally contemptible race-baiting bigots. The media is once again complicit in this sickening charade. Barack Obama is little better.
Any “national conversation” should begin HERE. If it does not, it is because the black bigots whose faces seem to be in front of a camera and whose mouths shriek their endless vitriol into microphones want no such conversation. They stand to gain money and power by fanning the flames of racial hatred. Their reaction, if any, will be sympathy for the poor suspects who face discrimination and poverty. They might throw in “black rage” over “Trayvon”, and call once again for the disarming of law-abiding white citizens. But an honest conversation on race? It would be the ruin of them. Barack Obama, too. It is highly doubtful that we will hear Holder demanding Federal civil rights charges against the perps. Nor will we see black entertainers donning ball caps in solidarity with the murder victim.
Just conjecture on my part, but I don’t believe anyone will mention Tawana Brawley, either.