My blog offends Liberals.
They think I’m insensitive because I don’t understand the call to defund majority black police forces — in majority black urban centers — where a strong police presence is essential to civil order right now.
I think they are insensitive to the real plight these black communities face.
The numbers supporting my argument are so overwhelmingly in my favor that it saddens me to watch our nations national press corp, our sports figures, our news anchors, and our civic institutions simultaneously advance a dangerously false narrative, namely that the United States is a racist country, that blacks communities are in danger from the police — and that defunding and/or removing those majority black police forces will somehow — magically, help the country.
This is a lie, told to millions of Democratic voters by a party out of touch with the country, out of touch with reality, and out of touch with cause and effect.
Are you an honest person?
Can you face reality?
Read the article below from the Baltimore Sun carefully, read between the lines as well — it tells an amazing story; a story about a slaughter, a horrible, Valentine’s Day type massacre that was spread all over tiny Baltimore. But it’s not a showy or splashy article, this massacre/story was soft peddled. read the language yourself, you can almost hear the anguished reporter screaming as he typed “It’s not their fault, these murderous black men — who are on a killing rampage in their own communities, for YEARS now — are victims!!” He called it a “rough” weekend. As a liberal, I guess it was hard for him to watch people getting killed, slaughtered, in direct opposition to his narrative, and boy is that a burden for liberal reporters to carry, it’s rough on them.
Who is doing these murders in the large part? Don’t kid yourselves, the media refuses to identify them of course in any of these articles — even when they are caught– and that’s how — we the public, knows for sure, who they are really talking about, because a white killer, in any one of these situations, would be a national headline and story.
Shoot a badly drugged out, black man resisting arrest, as a black cop, and you’re a racist, ’cause for riot.
However, shoot 11 black people, including children, and it’s crickets from the media, from the NFL, the NBA, the NHL, from the press, from the city leaders and from virtually everyone I know, most of whom are running around like fools with masks on telling me how dangerous it is to go to work. The real problem is — and they’ll tell you this with a slogan on their shirt, a march appearance or a blog post , after sneering at me, is that unemployed, barely literate, criminal gangs of black men that control the turf in the inner cities are not the problem here in America, the police “hunting” them are.
It’s just sheer bullshit and it’s getting a lot of black citizens killed. I’m sorry NFL, NBA, and media, you’re lying to me and I know it, it’s getting black people killed and instead of patting yourself on the back for being so woke, you should be run from the airwaves and the sport stadiums and publicly shamed for this deception.
By PHILLIP JACKSON
BALTIMORE SUN |SEP 13, 2020 AT 8:22 AM
As violence fluctuated this summer in Baltimore, the recent week in September left at least 45 people shot throughout the city — 11 of them dead since Sunday, according to Baltimore police data.
Baltimore police confirmed on Sunday that from Sept. 6 to Sept. 13, 34 people were injured in shootings and 11 others were killed. But the week had already started off rough, coming off of a violent Labor Day weekend after 12 people had been shot, two others being killed and one person who was fatally stabbed. The latest shooting occurred overnight, around 12:24 a.m. in 700 block of N. Montford Ave., where a 20-year-old was struck in the back.
On Friday, the hearts of local elected officials and community members of the Coldstream-Homestead-Montebello neighborhood were shattered following the fatal shooting of a 14-year-old boy in their community just about 15 minutes before noon.
Mark Washington, executive director of the Coldstream-Homestead-Montebello Community Corporation, said community is also “a part of the failure” that led to the murder of the boy in their community.
After the boy’s killing, Washington penned a letter to the police major in the district and other elected officials of the area, saying the community needs to do more to prevent these types of situations from continuing to plague areas looking to rebuild in Baltimore City.
“We as a community should be doing so much more to offset those types of actions,” Washington said. “While none of us directly pulled the trigger that took the life of the 14-year-old, we certainly are responsible for the conditions that allowed that to happen. Those lost lives cannot and must not be in vain.”
Baltimore City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke said the Northeast Baltimore neighborhood has been working hard to pull itself together, but when young people in the community die it makes addressing local problems throughout the city even more difficult.
“I don’t know who this young man is but he should be a part of a neighborhood. We should know about him,” Clarke said. “Our children and young people need to be known for who they are and their families and what a tragedy it is for those families when they die so young.”
The boy, who has not been identified by police, was shot and killed while in the 2600 block of Polk St. around 11:46 a.m. Friday. About a half-hour later, a 20-year-old man was injured in a shooting in the 300 block of Talbotts St.
Infants, teenagers and young children have now become recent victims of violence in the city. Clarke says the city needs to find solutions to deterring much of the ongoing violence.
In 2020 thus far, Baltimore has seen a total of 233 homicides, just shy of the 242 recorded in the same time frame last year.