Friday, December 27, 2013

When a white person does it, it's a hate crime.

A couple of weeks after noting Al Sharpton's condemnation of the "Knockout Game," a white man has "played the same game" and knocked out a black man.  Of course, when a white person punches a black person he is a racist, right?  And it is therefore a hate crime
The Justice Department's decision to charge a white man with a federal hate crime for a "knockout game"-style attack against a black victim has raised questions about why the administration waited until now to speak up on cases that, for months, largely have involved white victims.  
Federal prosecutors presented a detailed set of evidence Thursday in charging Katy, Texas, man Conrad Alvin Barrett, 27, with a hate crime. He allegedly shot video of himself using racial slurs, stating his intent to hit a black person in order to receive national media attention and, in the end, punching a 79-year-old black man.
Don't get me wrong.  Conrad Alvin Barrett is a nutcase and a chickenshit bastard, but he's no more or less a nutcase chickenshit bastard than every young black man who has "played the same game" with innocent white victims.  Our "justice" department has a history of selective prosecutions as well as persecutions

While the criminal in this case should be thoroughly prosecuted and punished, by no means should the federal government be the entity handling that.  The federal government should intervene only where the prosecutions against these criminals aren't occuring. Instead, the actions taken by the Justice Department once again show that they consider the white man the perpetual enemy and the black man the innocent victim to be placed upon a pedestal.

It's clear that Eric Holder is a racist.  Uh oh, maybe Al Sharpton will now be saying I am a racist?

I'll end off by attaching a photo - the one true solution to these "rambunctious black kids" and "evil racist white men" who have been attacking innocent victims in broad daylight.

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