Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Kansas 'Moving While Black' Investigation Shut Down: Fake News Or Outrage?!?

MSM picks up this Kansas tidbit that sparks concern over claim of bias and discrimination. Here's the national news hot take:

APNewsBreak: Man 'mad as hell' Kansas shuts racial bias case

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm pulling the race card out to try to lower my assessment.

Anonymous said...

He's living with the consequences of rampant black criminality. Statistically, it is much more likely that he would be in the process of robbing the place than the white guy doing the same thing.

Anonymous said...

Them white cops dint do nuffin they dint spoda be doin.

Anonymous said...

I'm sure glad I changed races years ago.

Anonymous said...

The guy was stopped and questioned by police at about 2AM after neighbors who'd never seen him before noticed someone going in and out of the house.

Pro tip: If you're going to be moving your things into a new place at 2AM, and you don't want the neighbors to call police, introduce yourself first to the neighbors and/or call the police beforehand.

Commonsense people.

Anonymous said...

Blacks don’t have common sense, how many black on black murders have there been again?

Anonymous said...

When you see blacks moving in next door it's the n-word they dread most: NEIGHBOR!!!

Anonymous said...

Fake news.

Anonymous said...

Well, maybe he was figuring on doing all his "moving" around in Tongy's whitey hood during the dark hours only, for a couple months, at least. That way, he was apt to get most of his neighbors' acceptance starting out. They would tell each other: "Our new neighbor is real quiet, and no trouble. Ya hardly notice he's here." And, they'd quickly whisper: "So glad it's just one "guy" and not a bunch of those loud "troublemakers." But, then, sure as sun rises in the east, the crowing grows throughout the block: "What's he up to, middle of the night sneaky like?" And: "He's a stuck-up guy, and nobody's gotten to know him because of the way he's not going around introducing himself to everyone."