Where’s the Outrage?

That’s what Edward Watson wanted to know when he disrupted Mayor Lovely Warren during a morning news conference in 2015 at the scene of the Boys & Girls Club of Rochester mass shooting that left three people dead and four wounded.

Last week, a man was shot to death in broad daylight outside a community center, and between then and the mass shooting, six other people were shot on city streets in low-profile incidents that have become so routine they hardly make news anymore.

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4 Responses to Where’s the Outrage?

  1. bogsidebunny says:

    No outrage because they can’t find a white privileged perp. The Blacks killing blacks activity is rampant, but as far as the “black activists” are concerned it ain’t about lives it’s about fucking over the Crackers.

    • Nemo says:

      Black community leaders get indignant about crime, especially murder, against black people only when they can play the race card. Black lives matter only when the politics are ripe for political exploitation.

  2. Unclezip says:

    The very first comment I read, from gonewiththewind, spoke the entire truth in one paragraph. Well done.

  3. Joe Blow says:

    I used to live in Rochester!
    And to be truthful, it was the blatant racism exhibited by many, including Warren and her campaign, that told me it was time to GTFO! Landed in Tennessee, and so grateful.
    The town was blacker than black, ONLY black politics mattered, and they continued to shoot the town up nightly, yet the only protests were at the liberty pole for some parolee that got shot by the cops.
    The election signs were over the top:
    “Our Mayor, Our Town, Our Turn” aka – better run whitey.

    And I did. Never looked back, place can go to hell for all I care!

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