Costas uses halftime to lecture nation on gun control
Writing at examiner.com, Adam Taxin (who has occasionally commented at VFR) pulls no punches regarding who has historically advocated gun control and which is by far the most violent group in America:
During halftime of last night’s close Dallas Cowboys-Philadelphia Eagles game, NBC’s Bob Costas exploited the Saturday murder by / suicide of Kansas City chiefs linebacker Javon Belcher to present a lame argument for so-called “gun control.”
The black “writer,” Jason Whitlock, has often complained about the negative influence of hip-hop culture—which celebrates gun violence and encourages black males to treat their females like chattel—yet manages to overlook the obvious connection in this case. Instead he blames the inanimate object, the gun. In Whitlock’s fatted mind, the white man is ultimately to blame, since Whitey invented the firearm, and Whitey’s grandsons drafted the Bill of Rights which recognized the right of free men to keep and bear arms. Whitey had surely known his society would later, as a cruel joke, include blacks as free equals, who would also exercise their right to bear arms, even though they lacked the individual and collective ability to do so responsibly. Ergo, Whitey killed two blacks this weekend, as if inventing AIDS and Sickle Cell Anemia, and stealing Rock ‘n’ Roll, just wasn’t enough to keep the black man down.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at December 03, 2012 12:39 PM | Send