When a black mob attacked two reporters in Norfolk, Va., last year, the editor of the Virginian-Pilot newspaper said it was just a “street altercation” and he had no proof of racial motivation.
But even the most diehard denier of the epidemic of black mob violence around the country will find this case difficult to explain away: Three white men in Georgia were allegedly robbed and assaulted and almost killed in April by a group of black people, all because of the color of their skin.
At least that is what the victims told the local sheriff.
Most examples of black mob violence are not that neat. Reporters say they want some kind of written statement or spoken account from the perpetrators professing their racial animosity.
Absent that, they say even a tidal wave of evidence of mob violence committed almost exclusively by black people around the country does not show race had anything to do with anything. But thanks to WND readers, there is this:
In Virginia Beach last week, 40,000 black people rampaged through the Oceanfront at a gathering organized by black promoters, marketed to black schools and attended by people in buses from black fraternities. Everyone involved in the violence and lawlessness was black. The videos and eyewitness accounts and a subsequent town hall meeting remove any doubt about that.
This racial violence was just one of more than 500 episodes documented in “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence and How the Media Ignore It.”
WND reader Carol Finnegan asked some reporters whether they had heard about this “race riot.” They were kind enough to be honest with her.
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