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The Media Downplay Murder When It's Black-on-White and Black-on-Black

AppraisHer Wrote: Apr 06, 2012 9:52 PM
Gary919, I listen to a rythm and blues station out of Philly and the day after Obama was elected, on the Michael Baisen Show (who is by the way the driving force behind most of theTreyvon mobs) his guest George Wilborn said, 'it's our time now, all white people can now report to the cotton fields". This wasn't pride in having a black president, this was the realization that all the years of racial hatred could now spew forth, because "it's OUR time now. I realized at that moment, how much I was really hated...and I think that was the point.
BigUgly Wrote: Apr 08, 2012 4:18 PM
Why do you think I'm never without my weapon - and ready to "Trayvon" anyone who threatens me with serious harm.

Why did the Trayvon Martin case become such a huge national story?

Is it because an innocent black teenager lost his life at the hands of a man, George Zimmerman, who "racially profiled" him? Is it that the victim is black and the shooter was not? Is it because the major media push the narrative that white anti-black racism remains an "unresolved" national issue? Is it because "civil rights activist" and MSNBC host Al Sharpton demands the shooter's arrest, threatening peaceful civil disobedience and "economic sanctions"?

If violent black-white crime generates headlines, where were the media after the...