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All Shootings Are Equal But Some Are More Equal Than Others

While the nation fixates on the mass shooting in Boulder, no one seems to care about this:

The reasons for the difference in coverage is obvious…
1. There was more than one shooter and more than one incident in Chicago versus a single shooter in Boulder.

2. Mass shootings are common in Chicago, rare in Boulder.

3. The shooter in Boulder was apparently White, the shooters in Chicago were certainly black.

4. The White guy, as is usually the case, killed everyone he shot apparently while the brothers up in Chitown only achieved a 20% kill ratio. That is what happens when you randomly spray 9mm into a crowd holding a stolen handgun sideways (or over your head)
But I am sure there is a perfectly innocent explanation for why the media doesn’t care about blacks shooting other blacks.

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