A black fellas named Justin Tyran Roberts was arrested for a two-day shooting spree across state lines that he said was racially motivated.
The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer reported that a police detective testified in a preliminary hearing that Justin Tyran Roberts, who is Black, told police that white men had picked on him and wronged him for all his life.
"Basically, he explained throughout his life, specifically white males had taken from him, and also what he described as military-looking white males had taken from him," Detective Brandon Lockhart testified, according to the newspaper.
Police have accused Roberts of shooting five people in three separate assaults in Columbus, Georgia and Phenix City, Alabama. All victims are expected to recover, Columbus Police Chief Freddie Blackmon said Sunday. The chief added that police found no evidence that Roberts knew any of his victims.
Huh. That's weird.
I wonder where he'd get the idea that white men are responsible for all his problems?
Have we heard anybody – ANYONE AT ALL – say something like that recently?
You know, like the media, the president, scores of professors, "progressive" pastors, woke companies, and your local kindergarten teacher?
You want to know the endgame of Critical Race Theory? This is it!
It's strange that many of those usually-vocal people are being super quiet about this black man shooting up random white people because he hates them for the color of their skin.
Maybe you think a multi-state shooting spree isn't worthy of national news, but take CNN, which reported that a suspect had been taken into custody two days ago:
Do you think the updated motive will be more than a blurb that no one sees, if it's even reported at all?
Newsweek, The New York Post, and the Associated Press were the only mainstream outlets that had picked up the story of racial animus as of the time of this writing.
What if the races and motivation were REVERSED? How much time would the media devote to this story if it was a white guy driving around targeting black people?
I think you know the answer to that.