Trump-Backed AZ GOP Senate Candidate Blake Masters Blames Most Gun Violence On 'Black People, Frankly'Chris Menahan
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Somebody's doing the shootings.
From Mediaite, "Trump-Backed GOP Senate Candidate Blames ‘Black People’ For Gun Violence in Resurfaced Clip":
News outlet Heartland Signal, which describes itself as a "newly launched regional digital newsroom anchored to the progressive radio station WCPT 820AM in Chicago," resurfaced comments from April in which Masters blames "Black people" for gun violence in the U.S.This means Masters is on the same page as former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
You'll notice the media's all over Masters' statement and is feigning outrage but suddenly lost interest in "fact-checking."
The only "fact check" they could run on his statement is correcting the notion most of these shootings are gang-related.
According to CDC data, most of these murders are thugs shooting people during the commission of a crime, i.e. during a robbery, carjacking, home invasion, etc.
Though most "inner city" crime used to be gang and drug related, these days most shootings are over beef on social media and minor slights like stepping on some fella's shoes in the club or looking at them the wrong way.
The CDC classifies such shootings as those spawned over an "argument or conflict."
Most of these shootings are just thugs committing murder for murder's sake.
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