Friday, July 31, 2015
"Panic in Pittsburgh: Media Struggling to Ignore Black Mob Violence"
At American Thinker, Colin Flaherty begins with:
"Black people in Pittsburgh were feeling poorly about crime: Too many of them were in the news accused of killing, robbing, assaulting, jacking, shooting, stealing, rioting, breaking, burgling, harassing, intimidating, threatening, fighting, throwing, running, stoning, smoking, drinking, escaping, drugging, firing, and destroying.
So in 2011, black leaders got together to do something about it: Not stop the crime. Just stop reporters from letting us know about it."