When you see headlines like this:

Headline accompanied with commentary like this.

You cannot help but elicit this mental image:

And, of course, who wouldn’t be outraged about the violent death of such a peaceful human being? Why are you a doubting heartless asshole?

Maybe because journalists and the Media in general are now a bunch of lying provocateurs and propagandists?

That was a 5-foot-long garden hoe being swinged like an axe as the soon-to-be deceased rushed toward the responding officer.


The victim was Autistic which may have contributed to the issue, but that does not give him a free pass to murder anybody.

And certainly, does not forbid anybody from use deadly force to stop him.

I wonder why…

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

10 thoughts on “Chumming the waters for Race Baiting”
  1. This has been done so often, I now assume it will turn out to be like this until shown otherwise.
    Re the headline, reminds me that Michael Bane also does have a way with words. (At least, his podcast is where I first heard the “chumming for monsters” theory of reporting, albeit his focus was on politics more than race, insofar as that can be separated.)

    1. I sort of stole it from him… because it does apply to what they are doing.
      In a sad twisted way, I hope they get it because they will be brutally surprised when the consequences come pay a visit.

      Hosea 8:7
      For they have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind: it hath no stalk: the bud shall yield no meal: if so be it yield, the strangers shall swallow it up.

  2. Gardening tools can be deadly weapons. This tragedy should be laid upon the shoulders of the adults responsible for the care and custody of the young man. He had “issues” that required professional intervention; not a call to Law Enforcement.

    1. You ain’t wrong. They are desperate to catch that lighting again. All the miles and monies collected with the young thug? That was the beginning of BLM or at least one of the pillars.

  3. So, he was 15 at the time of this incident, but how old was he in the pictures supplied by his family? As CBMTTek says, this is very Trayvon-like in how he’s being presented.

  4. Two things strike me:

    1) the “social safety net” for mentally ill and mentally compromised – and autism is a mentally compromised condition, depending on how severe it is – was destroyed by the Left decades ago when they decided it was best to “mainstream” the mentally ill and turn them loose on society with a prescription for some pills.

    2) If someone needs assistance for a mentally compromised person, the cops are the last people who should be called to help. I get that families are frustrated and need help, and dialing 911 is easy and may be the only resource a family thinks they have available, but cops are trained, and mentally conditioned, to operate in a very different manner. Plus, when the cops show up, someone who is mentally compromised is still probably aware enough of what cops are and what they do to potentially react in a manner not conducive to calm, reasonable behavior that leads to easy de-escalation.

    What city is it – NYC? Chicago? – that laid off cops and replaced them with “social assistance counselors.” Too bad these people lived in the wrong town.

    But you go Media, tell us how terrible this was after you and yours destroyed all other sources of support and help. Anything for eyeballs and clicks, right?

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