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Jun 26 2021

White Supremacist Threat Versus Reality

Meanwhile, as the Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice, FBI, and titular POTUS shriek that the phantom menace of white supremacists is the #1 threat to public safety, we read this:

A man who was wanted for allegedly shooting a Florida police officer in the head earlier this week was arrested in DeKalb County, the Daytona Beach Police Department said early Saturday morning.

The suspect, 29-year-old Othal Wallace, was arrested at a property allegedly associated with the “Not F***ing Around Coalition,” a militia group that made demonstrations against white nationalist groups in Stone Mountain last year.

I see the black power radicals; they’re the ones shooting cops in the head. Where are the white nationalists we are told to be afraid of? They have been laying awfully low, in stark contrast to black supremacists and their supporters, who have been responsible for many hundreds of riots over the past year, injuring thousands of officers and causing $billions in damages.

Daytona Beach Police Chief Jakari Young said Wallace was found in a treehouse on the property, heavily armed with two rifles, two handguns, multiple flashbangs, several boxes of ammunition and body armor.

That sounds almost as scary as the white nationalists who tried to overthrow the US Government on January 6 — except that those guys were unarmed, had nothing whatsoever to do with white nationalism, and were hardly trying to overthrow the government except in the imagination of moonbats.

Daytona Beach officers placed Wallace in the handcuffs used by Officer Jason Raynor, who was shot in the head earlier this week.

Even under Democrat rule, sometimes there is justice.

Raynor’s condition was critical but fortunately is improving.

Don’t expect this story to feature prominently in the national headlines. It does not fit the establishment’s preferred narrative any better than this one:

Two teens in Rochester, New York set a 53-year-old mentally ill man on fire, ultimately killing him.

The Rochester teenagers who were accused of setting the 53-year-old man on fire are now facing murder charges after the victim died from his injuries.

The suspects, 16-year-old Zayvion Perry and 14-year-old Adriel Riley Jr., are accused of pouring flammable liquid on Steven Amenhause and lighting him on fire as he sat in a chair in his own home.

Perry and Riley are black; Amenhause was white. Consequently, “unlike many past stories written in The New York Times and USA Today, the races of the involved parties were not mentioned.”

According to local journalist Bob Lonsberry, they ordered their victim to tell authorities they were white. If Amenhause had complied before dying, the media would have shown more interest, but only until it was proven to be a lie.

If the races could only have been reversed — Perry and Riley being white, Amenhause being black — the media would have had the Story of the Century. No doubt Biden’s DHS/DOJ/FBI would have declared the murder to be an act of white supremacist terrorism.

Sorry, wrong color.

On tips from Bluto, Wiggins, R F, and Dragon’s Lair.


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