It’s not racist because the victim was white and the attackers were black, so, yeah:
Weasel Zippers points out:
Reverse this situation and you’d have endless marches by Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson demanding “justice.”
Now consider this: people like Sharpton and Jackson and other liberal knuckleheads don’t think this is racist because minorities can’t be racist.
“I have another point though. Because when I was in college, I studied sociology. And what we learned is that racism is an institutional thing. It’s not like, it’s something that goes from the top down. In other words it’s not something- if somebody is- you can’t be racist if you’re in the oppressed minority. It goes the other direction. The majority is racist to the oppressed minority.”
So, that’s why there’s no outrage? Probably not. More like people just don’t want to be called racist for calling it racist.
What do you think?