Norfolk race attack gets onto TV
A local TV news program has picked up on the black mob attack on two white reporters in Norfolk, Virginia, which VFR first covered here. While I haven’t watched the segment yet myself, evidently it says that the mob wilding is being investigated by police as a “hate” crime; yet the segment declines to employ any words, such as “black” and “white,” that would indicate what group was committing the alleged hate against what group. How about that? We know that the media, led by the Chicago Tribune, only report the race of perpetrators and victims of violent crimes when they consider it, by their lights, to be relevant. But by what standard can race possibly be irrelevant in a story about a violent hate crime?
Max P. writes:
You asked, “In all of human history, have there ever been human beings as cowardly and contemptible as contemporary white liberals?”LA replies:
Posted by Lawrence Auster at May 05, 2012 01:05 PM | Send