GREAT PIC: Blacks Murdered by Blacks

Wonder how many blacks were murdered by blacks during the span of the George Zimmerman trial?

Main Stream Media won’t get this stat out — it’s up to us in New Media to do their job.

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SooperMexican writes:

I wrote this back in April of last year:

To be exact, the shameful truth is that 93% of African-American murders are committed by other African-Americans. That is breathtakingly awful when you consider how incensed the African-American community is about the Trayvon tragedy, no matter what you believe about Zimmerman’s guilt.

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Let’s do the gruesome math, not out of morbidity, but because it manifests the incredible self-centered insanity of people like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton.

8,000-9,000 African-Americans are murdered each year.

93% of them by other African-Americans.

That’s 7,905 (from average)

That’s 21.65 murdered each day by other African-Americans.

And these racebaiting culture-hustling microphone-pimps only get riled up when a “White Hispanic” kills an African-American? It’s absolutely shameful.

To update, in the 503 days between Trayvon dying, and today’s verdict, 10,865 African Americans have been murdered by other African-Americans.

I was so shocked, I had to double check my numbers.

Hmm…not gonna see any of these stats in MSM. Don’t hold your breath.

 

 

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