Ryan Bomberger

Liberals are always touting their anti-war credentials denouncing its toll on human lives. But in Ferguson, there is one war they can’t seem to promote enough—race war.

I’m as black as Obama, which means I’m half white, half black. And I’m fully sick and tired of the race hucksters masquerading as “journalists”. Honestly, we live in litigation-happy society, but someone should sue for mainstream media malfeasance.

Perhaps liberal journalists are disappointed that the Trayvon Martin tragedy didn’t erupt into a civil war as they had expected. Even the Obama administration is doing what it can to reinforce the false narrative that white-on-black crime is epidemic. The truth? According to the FBI, 91 percent of blacks murdered were killed by other blacks. Where’s the outrage? Where are the opportunist vultures who swoop down any time there is a perceived white-on-black crime? Why aren’t these lives mourned and the same-race perpetrators blamed?

Attorney General Eric Holder and President Obama (both of mixed racial lineage) have complained that they themselves are victims of white-on-black racism. Criticism against this administration could only possibly be because they’re (partially) black. It couldn’t possibly be because of sheer incompetence, far-left ideology and social actions, or seizing unconstitutional authority.

But race is the easy scapegoat. And it creates great visuals for mainstream media who likes to pretend that we’re still in the early 1960s and nothing’s changed for black people. It’s as if they want to incite riots. MSNBC’s sorry excuse for a news commentator, Melissa Harris Perry, made the absurd and deeply racist claim, in a cringe-worthy monologue, that black men today are treated the same as during Dred Scott days. Well, that explains the slave auction I saw in DC the other day.

Many media outlets are decrying the fact that whites are in power in Ferguson. Never mind they don’t mention that these “whites” were all elected and are all Democrats, from the Mayor to the City Council to the Governor’s office. And having liberal black so-called “leadership” doesn’t exactly fare better. Just ask Detroit.

Ryan Bomberger

Ryan Bomberger is the Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer of The Radiance Foundation, a nonprofit life-affirming organization. He is passionate about creating original media content that is fearless, factual and freeing.