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Sunday, December 10, 2017

Is Fox News in the Chaperone Business?

 


Suspected serial killer, Howell Emanuel Donaldson III
 

By Jerry PDX
Sunday, December 10, 2017 at 2:09:00 P.M. EST

Fox News, despite its more conservative bent, still plays the “chaperone” game when reporting on serial killers. With the emergence of yet another black serial killer, Tampa Bay killer Howell Donaldson III:

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/11/29/tampa-police-arrest-possible-serial-killer-in-seminole-heights.html

Behind the scenes, damage control machinery went into action.

Immediately after Donaldson was arrested, Fox ran a feature lead story on the Zodiac killer with a “white male” composite sketch as a headline image.

Zodiac has never been caught and is “profiled” to be a white man, but since all serial killers are profiled as white and 75% of modern serial killers are black, I'll take those profiles with a big grain of salt. I had recently sent a comment about the Zodiac being featured at the same time as the breaking Tampa Bay story, and wouldn't you know it, today I spot a big glaring photo on the Foxnews headlines of white serial killer Todd Kolhepp:

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/12/09/south-carolina-serial-killer-todd-kohlhepp-claims-has-more-victims.html

Right below the Kolhepp story, though his face is not featured on the top page like Kolhepp's, is a story on the current black Tampa Bay serial killer. Wow. They just can't run a story about a current black serial killer without having a yesterday's news white serial killer to distract. If you go there right now, you can see the two stories together on Fox's lead page: http://www.foxnews.com/
 


Todd Kolhepp

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
For people who are observant and aware you'll notice the chaperone game in all the major media outlets whenever there are black serial killers, not that they do it "every time" a black serial killer is in the news, there are exceptions, which is for plausible deniability if they are ever challenged on it, but they do it regularly when the media reports on them. You'll NEVER see black chaperone stories when white serial killers are arrested. Guaranteed. You can sense those behind the scenes PC black crime apologists practically holding their noses when they have to report on black serial killers, they're just itching to dredge up another story about Bundy, Gacy or Dahmer in order to remind the public that serial killers are supposed to be white men.

Anonymous said...

My laugh of the day--from the Grand Rapids Press and Mlive.com
Sunday frontpage headline:
A DARK MATTER
Lack of street lights blamed for extraordinarily high(black)crime rate along South Division Avenue.
GRA:Before I throw a couple excerpts of this latest theory on how to explain black criminality,let me explain the background.South Division has always been "The Ghetto" in Grand Rapids.Back in 1967,when the riots broke out,this is the area that burned,mainly between Wealthy and Burton streets--a 4 mile stretch along Division.Nowadays,Mexicans have started to intersperse with blacks--which creates rivalries for the drug trade.This article says a mile long area from Fulton to Wealthy,is even worse--because of poor lighting.
MLive:The stretch of area represents 1% of the entire city--but saw 10.6% of all street robberies and 5.5% of all assaults reported in 2016.Most of those incidents took place at night.
City manager Greg Sundstrom said,"The lighting that the city provides on South Division doesn't meet our minimum standards for any neighorhood."
A 1.5 million dollar solution is being proposed.
GRA:What isn't discussed is the fact that the entire stretch of Division is black and Mexican.In this particular area,there are hundreds of vagrants wandering around various homeless shelters in the area--like Mel Trotter missions.There have been numerous murders committed around this area--two of which I recall were black on white--and reported here.
So what do you think?Blame the lack of lights for the crime--or the unlighted minority thugs below those fixtures,for the rampant lawbreaking.I vote the latter.
(When I said,"It's my laugh of the day",I meant that in the same way I reacted to the news last week by our local leaders,who stated,"We need more low income housing in our city.")
Really?I would think the opposite is desired for a city to be safe and prosperous--and then it wouldn't matter HOW BRIGHT your streets lights shine.

--GR Anonymous