By Jerry PDX
This is a followup to my previous blog item, re how hate crime hoaxes are handled by the media. Didn't take long for a perfect example to appear in the news.
A Baptist Church in Hopewell, Mississippi has been burned and "vote Trump" painted on the walls.
CNN, Fox, and various other MSM news outlets are already trumpeting this as a “hate crime,” and the FBI is investigating but seems to be hesitant to label it as such. The media loves hate-crimes-against-blacks headlines and doesn't care that nearly all black church burnings nowadays are committed by negroes. The FBI seems a little more aware that this is likely a hoax, and thus doesn't want to commit itself just yet. FBI spokesmen are still mouthing all the PC clichés for the public, though.
I'm going to go out on a limb and say that if the FBI identifies a perp it's going to be a parishioner, someone associated with the church, or somebody who definitely doesn't fit the stereotype of a "Trump supporter" (can you say non-white?).
But like all these church burnings committed by negroes, when it's discovered the perps are black and not white, the media drops the stories as quickly as possible.
And like I said before, when it can be spun as a hate crime toward blacks, the story is given national exposure as a hate crime, well before it's even been properly investigated, whereas actual hate crimes against whites are ignored by the media, but then false accusations of a hate crime by whites become major stories. The pattern repeats itself over and over...
Thursday, November 3, 2016 at 5:38:00 PM EDT