Re-posted by Nicholas Stix
Published on Aug 23, 2015 by Colin Flaherty
Black mob assaults two women, beats man who defends them. Happens a lot.
If you ever meet someone from Seattle and talk to them about black mob violence and black racial hostility in their town, they deny it.
That is a lie.
As anyone who has read Don't Make the Black Kids Angry knows, Seattle is a center of racial violence and denial.
So is Portland.
Fiddle Dee and Fiddly Dum.
Here is the latest.