Sunday, April 01, 2012

A teachable moment: White murder victims are equally as forgetable as black victims shot by other blacks. Let Congresswoman Brown demostrate.

Trayvon Martin has become a household name thanks to the media. It's a shame that young murder victims be it white or black aren't remembered in the same fashion as Trayvon Martin. Case in point, Congresswoman Corine Brown of Florida knows all about Trayvon Martin. The name is infused into her skull. As we all know, some murders are remembered more easily then others due to the race of the shooter, well that is how the politically correct crowd looks at it. Congresswoman Brown was a guest on CNN last week, and the host Brooke Baldwin asked Congresswoman Brown a simple and straight forward question. "Would you, would your fellow African American lawmakers be as concerned about this case if Trayvon wasn’t black? I was shocked that a host of a CNN show actually asked a hard hitting and honest question towards a progressive Democratic lawmaker. Anyways, Ms Brown replied "Oh let me tell you something. We had an incident in my area where a young white female was murdered and I was just as concerned, absolutely". Well Ms. Baldwin decided to inquire into the identity of the young white female who Ms. Brown claimed was murdered in her district. Let's just say that if the murder is black on white, white on white or black on black, the victim's name might be just a little fuzzy in remembering.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just watched the clip. How awesome was that!

Notice how she was glancing to her entourage, looking for help..a clue..a vowel...ANYTHING !!!

I bet there was half a dozen people either face palming - because they had probably told her the name of their 'example' dozens of times in prep for the interview - or they were frantically googling it on the iPads, trying to sift thru all the trayvon links and find that veritable needle in the haystack !

More and more I am convinced the liberal mindset is more akin to a mental disease than it is a set of convictions.

"Always stand on principle, even if you stand alone."

John Quincy Adams

9:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's a few questions she should have asked her:

* How old was the victim?
* What race was the murderer?
* What was the murderer's name?
* What date did the murder take place?
* When was the rally?

If she cannot answer to any of those questions, she is incompetent. But the way she was answering her questions, it seems like she was making the whole thing up just to throw her off.

Here are a couple of headlines. Which one was she talking about?

*Black man rapes and murders a 83-year old white woman, in Jacksonville, Florida.

*Southside Murder Suspect Arrested in South Carolina. According to Jacksonville Sheriff's Office in a Sunday news conference, 40-year-old Patty Michelle White had spent some time living with Michele O'Dowd, 67, in her home on Sutton Park Drive North, until they reached a point where the "relationship wasn't good" and White left.

Here is an analogy: you can remember the truth, but you can't remember a lie. She was probably lying. Listen to how her voice trembles, how she stutters her words and how her eyes roll.

2:41 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

anon "Here is an analogy: you can remember the truth, but you can't remember a lie. She was probably lying. Listen to how her voice trembles, how she stutters her words and how her eyes roll."

Hell, I would bet $1,000 she was lying. Nobody in their right mind would believe for a minute that Brown attended a rally of a person she couldn't even remember later. She thought she was never going to be asked the name of the white female victim by the interviewer. She had the deer in the headlight expression and it was beyond priceless to just too funny.

anon "
*Black man rapes and murders a 83-year old white woman, in Jacksonville, Florida. "

I read about that story. That was beyond disgusting and deplorable. Any man black, white, Hispanic, Asian or whatever who would rape an 83 year old woman deserves to go to prison so that he can be rapped by the prisoners. That woman was someone's mother and more then likely grandmother! Of course the national media sat back and turned the other way, very very extremely sad.

12:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I notice that we tend to know the names of the murderers more than we do know the victims.

We know that Charles Manson orchestrated the murders in the Tate-LaBianca case. But we hardly know the other victims that were slain.

We know the likes of serial killers of Ted Bundy, John Wayne Gacy, Jeffery Dahmer, Richard Speck, and Gary Ridgeway. But we don't know their victims names.

Why is that? Was it because they made the national news and the details of their crimes were horrific and there were too many victims?

I remember the Atlanta Child Murders. While the murders were unsolved, the black activists knew the victims identities. When they caught the killer, a black man, Wayne Williams, these activists tried to blame the murders on a white supremacist. Despite all the evidence that linked Williams to the murders, they still would not accept the facts irrefutably. What's ironic, now these activists know more about Williams and forgot the victims' names.

11:20 PM  

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