We need to hear from some (more) cops on this story (Links Below):
Two Minneapolis cops go to Green Bay.
They get attacked by black mob.
Green Bay cops show up.
Minneapolis cop drops N-bomb.
Minneapolis cops suspended.
Minneapolis mayor and police chief are “outraged” apologize to people of Green Bay for their police officers’ behavior.
And the black mob of at least nine people that attacked the two Minneapolis cops?
What happened to them?
Which was just fine with a Green Bay black minister, who said it was about time someone broke up the police fellowship. No words from the minister for the black mob.
The newspapers called it a scuffle.
The whole nine-on-two part? That had nothing to do with nothing.
There’s some video, but only of the aftermath. There is no video of cops using a racial slur.
I will not use the racial slur here. But it is not too much different than what tenured Princeton Professor Cornell West calls black people who support President Obama.
Hope Brother West does not harbor any ambitions of joining the Minneapolis police department. You know, the department where on their web pages they describe in great detail the special treatment that “protected minorities” get in applying, testing, and studying to be a cop.
The same department that told me they are color-blind?
They might not appreciate Dr. West’s comments.
Readers of White Girl Bleed a Lot know that Minneapolis is a center of intense and frequent and dangerous black mob violence.
There are lots more videos, some set to music as rap videos where the violence is glorified.
There are lots more Minneapolis stories and video in the new edition of the book. And thanks to QR codes, you can see the video as you read the book.
Did the Mayor of Green Bay apologize for the black mob that attacked the cops?
But a lot of people in Green Bay did make rude comments about the Viking Quarterback.
So there you have it.
Did any members of this aggrieved mob step forward and give their side of the story?
Maybe this is part of the “open-season on black people” that Al Sharpton was talking about. The epidemic of white on black crime.
Let me know.
Same thing happened in November in Apple Valley. Except two of the cops pled guilty to disorderly conduct. No charges on the black mob.
In unrelated news, the Green Bay City Council this week decided to vote down a proposed ban on saggy pants that are proliferating in their city.
That is all. Here are a few news clips of the recent cop story.
These are just some of the hundreds of examples of racial violence and lawlessness in more than 80 cities around the country as documented in my book: White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America.
Thomas Sowell said : ”Reading Colin Flaherty’s book made painfully clear to me that the magnitude of this problem is greater than I had discovered from my own research. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities.” – National Review.
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