Racial Violence Update: Is the ‘Knockout Game’ Finally Getting the Attention it Should?

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It seems that the “knockout game” is finally getting some more MSM attention.  Greta covered it…

Now, one thing that is not really being discussed is that the targets of the “knockout game” are white.

It’s not just violence, it’s racial violence.

Here is more from DC, where a Congressswoman may even have been a target!

By United States Congress (U.S. Government Printing Office) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Though largely ignored by the mainstream media, a disturbing trend known as the “knockout game” has been spreading throughout the nation. Black aggressors have been increasingly targeting whites and other non-blacks for vicious beatings that have resulted in multiple fatalities so far.

When a Democrat congresswoman from New York was punched in the back of the head Tuesday in Washington, D.C., many initially thought she might have been a victim of the ruthless act.

The so-called game has been more prevalent within urban communities with strict gun ownership laws, such as D.C.

Rep. Grace Meng could not identify her attackers, though her description of the event bears a striking similarity to many of the previously reported cases of such criminal behavior.

After being “hit from behind” and landing on the ground, she said “there is a period of time where I don’t really remember what happened.”

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When she ultimately received assistance, Meng had just a spotty recollection of the event. Her purse had been stolen and was later recovered nearby.

Robbery is not a necessary aspect of the knockout game; and another bag containing credit cards and a phone was left at the scene of Meng’s beating.

But, if you ask Rep. Cleaver, doing anything about it “will just make a lot of black kids angry.”

While the representative did make good points on parental responsibility, should we be concerned about angering black teens when black teens are assaulting and killing people?

In the end, it’s a step in the right direction.  Even the casual observer will see that this is racial violence, and it need not happen.  There needs to be an open and real dialogue about race, and it cannot be led by divisive profiteers of the racism industry, like Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson.  Dr. King wanted a color blind society.  the biggest obstacle to that are the people that divide us on race, and encouraged the knockout game in the first place.

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