Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
O.k. it’s time to give this race baiter his do, all be it a 10 second comment on the topic.
It’s odd that this form of criminal activity is called a game when in fact it is a crime of battery committed by blacks against the elderly and whites.
He has to be very careful and not putting himself out of work.
Perhaps the “Reherrrrrrravend,” Jesse Jackson chose not to join the dance?
By Washington Times (DC)
As some members of the media dismissed the existence of the so- called knockout game throughout the country, two well-known black leaders have decried the violence: the Rev. Al Sharpton and Chicago Tribune columnist Clarence Page.
The assaults in which, for the most part, young blacks tried to knock out others, often older people, with a single punch have been reported throughout the nation, in Jersey City, N.J.; Lansing, Mich.; Los Angeles; New York; Philadelphia; Pittsburgh; Syracuse, N.Y.; and other mainly urban areas.
Mr. Sharpton, long known for heightening rather than defusing tension on racially divisive issues, argued the trend was a serious one in a column in the Huffington Post.
“It is an alarming trend that is spurring outrageous incidents across the country. It is deplorable, reprehensible and inexcusable. It is insane thuggery, and it is unequivocally wrong,” Mr. Sharpton wrote. “We would not be silent if it were the other way around, and we will not be silent now. This behavior is racist, period.”
I applaud Mr. Sharpton for his comments – something I don’t think I have ever done before. He said he plans to call a national meeting to discuss the problem.
Mr. Page, a member of the Tribune’s editorial board, chimed in: “The knockout game is no joke. Senseless youth violence is the point of the spear, in my view, toward a larger social breakdown that follows young people who have too much time and too little guidance.” He wrote he’s uncertain whether the incidents show a pattern. “Infuriating anecdotes don’t make a trend,” he said.
Despite numerous videos of people being punched, other journalists tried to downplay the significance of the recent attacks. In the Los Angeles Times, for example, columnist Robin Abcarian scorned the stories. “It’s part of the ongoing demonization of black teenagers,” said Ms. Abcarian, who is white. (What a total crock of crap)
Entire article below.