Monday, June 8, 2020

In Times of Universal Deceit Truth is a Revolutionary Act



Make no mistake, the murder of George Floyd was a sickening, disgusting and terrifying act of first degree pre-meditated murder by a police officer.

I hope and believe the Minnesota criminal justice system will deal with that appropriately. The Minneapolis Chief of Police is a black man and the Minnesota Attorney General is a black man.

But, while the mainstream media has promoted the idea of racist police unjustly targeting black people, official crime statistics reveal that’s nothing more than a myth. One America’s Pearson Sharp breaks down the numbers:

In 2017, 457 white suspects were killed by police vs. 223 blacks.
In 2018, 319 white vs. 209 black deaths at the hands of police officers.
In 2019, 370 vs. 235 blacks deaths by the police.

One could argue that  those statistics prove racial injustice because blacks make up only 13% of the population.
However, sadly, most crime in the U.S. is committed by non-whites.

So the real question should be, why is crime so disproportionately high in the black community?

There is black on black genocide taking place in our big cities, especially in Chicago, a city run by Democrats for generations, where chaos reigns there.

Over Memorial Day weekend 10 black people were killed in black drive by shootings.

No one talks about the breakdown of the family unit in the black community as a direct result of government policies...

As violence continues to reign, most of the victims are the very people who are trying to make a difference-black business owners.

On this Sunday I pray, and pray and pray.

Freedom depends on it,

Peter Feaman

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