3 Black Teens Beat White Teen, Rev Al and Obama Are Silent

On July 9th, 3 black teens viciously beat a white teen while on a Pinellas County, Florida, school bus.

The white student merely stood to get off the bus and the beating began. The bus driver called dispatch for help, yelling “I got a fight. I need help in a hurry, I got a fight I need help in a hurry,” but did not intervene.

The three black youths, Julian McKnight, Khemradj Lloyd and Joshua Reddin, angry because the white teen had reported them for selling pot, pummeled the victim until he had a broken arm and black eyes.

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Gulfport Police Chief Robert Vincent stated:

“There was time for him to intervene and or check on the welfare of the child in this case. He didn’t make any effort to do so and that’s what we want to bring to the attention of the prosecutor.”

The other students on the bus also did nothing to intervene.

But the REAL question should be, why are Al Sharpton and President Obama silent about this beating? Think Obama will be saying, “I could have been Julian McKnight, Khemradj Lloyd and Joshua Reddin” any time soon?

We all know the answer to that question: if the scenario doesn’t advance race-baiting and anger, Rev Resist-We-Much and Obama the Great Uniter steer clear.


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