“Blacks Roamed the Streets”: Right Wing Blog Says Black Expo ‘Inescapably’ Tied to Race Violence
It sounds like something out of one of those Ron Paul newsletters, circa the early 1990′s, but it’s not. Even Ron Paul has disavowed those letters, and claims he doesn’t even know who wrote them, but over at right wing blog WND.com, they’re rehashing similar sorts of nastiness.
In a post today entitled, Black Expo ‘Inescapably Tied’ to Race Violence, writer Colin Flaherty -well- basically says blacks are animals:
Looking over one of the worst crimes scenes in the history of downtown Indianapolis, state trooper Rod Russell was sad.
“It’s just a few people who make it bad for everyone,” Russell said.
But the “few” were thousands of blacks who roamed the streets of downtown in the aftermath of an Indianapolis Black Expo marred by fighting, vandalizing, assaulting and even shooting. Lots of shooting. Ten people were taken to local hospitals with bullet wounds.
“Why did we find an AK-47 in the back of someone’s car,” asked Frank Straub, director of public safety, about the 2010 rampage. No one knew, other than the fact the violence is a tradition at the annual event – despite 300 police officers on the street to stop it.
YouTube is now part of the tradition as well: Much of the illegal behavior is captured on video.
The writer then connects the Black Expo violence to a trend of black thuggery sweeping the nation:
The criminal behavior in Indianapolis during Black Expo is part of a nationwide trend of hundreds of episodes of racial group violence in more than 50 cities over the last three years.
“Before the  Expo, a lot of people in Indianapolis were complaining about the police presence, saying it was too much and it was racist,” said Jake Finnegan, an Indianapolis resident. “But then we saw what happened and they shut up.”
According to Flaherty, it’s a jungle out there.
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