A number of notable events have transpired over the last few weeks and it’s worth comparing them and the reactions to them. They have been reported in very different terms. Here ya go
- Kyle Rittenhouse is guilty no matter what.
Despite the overwhelming evidence of Rittenhouse acting in self defense, Rittenhouse is smeared over and over as a “murderous white supremacist” by the left wing media and the brain dead children at Arizona State University. They falsely hold him personally responsible but personal responsibility gets lost in other events.
2. Six people died and more than 60 were injured in Waukesha when an SUV attacked them
In this event it was the SUV that did it. It wasn’t the black supremacist Darrell Brooks who was driving it.
Waukesha will hold a moment of silence today, marking one week since a car drove through a city Christmas parade, killing six people and injuring scores of others.https://t.co/QMNccpBI0y
— CNN (@CNN) November 28, 2021
For a year the media lied about and shoved the Rittenhouse story down our throats. The Brooks story dropped off the media radar within days never to be heard from again.
Latest stories from NYTimes and WaPo on the Waukesha massacre are at least four days old. pic.twitter.com/lqTCavQj4u
— Jeryl Bier (@JerylBier) November 29, 2021
3. A rock attacks an Asian woman in NYC
NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating after police say an Asian woman was attacked with a large rock
The suspect assisting the rock was Elisaul Perez
There has been a spike in Asian hate crimes
Between March 19, 2020, and September 30, 2021, 10,370 hate incidents against Asian American and Pacific Islander people across the nation were reported to Stop Hate AAPI, a center that tracks reports of racism and discrimination against Asian Americans.
but interest in these crimes fell off the charts when it became apparent that identifying the perpetrators would counter productive to the white supremacist narrative- especially in NYC.
4. A gun kills a cinematographer
Alec Baldwin claims that he did not pull the trigger on the gun he was holding and aiming at Halyna Hutchins.
“The trigger wasn’t pulled. I didn’t pull the trigger. I would never point a gun at someone and pull the trigger on them, never,” Baldwin said.
He also said he has “no idea” how a live bullet made it into the prop gun, or on to the set at all.
“Someone put a live bullet in a gun, a bullet that wasn’t even supposed to be on the property,” he said.
But an expert blew that out of the water
— Nora Neus (@noraneus) December 3, 2021
Still, Baldwin doesn’t feel guilty.
5. Don’t call it looting
Police and law enforcement experts in California are arguing that the term “looting” shouldn’t be used to describe the recent large-scale thefts in California because it has racial connotations.
You might wind up properly identifying the suspects.
It comes down to this: if you’re a white non-celebrity, you are at fault and are fair game for everything. Period. If you fall into any of the other categories, terrible events are always the fault of something or someone else and don’t you dare label them properly. Until we can talk plainly about who is doing what there will be no justice or peace.
The gun did it