After numerous instances of “Polar Bear Hunting” and “The Knockout Game” have been ignored by much of the mainstream media because they challenge the liberal narrative of a white-on-black crime wave throughout the country, recent examples of black-on-white murder and assaults highlight the increasing wave of racially motivated violence.

An 18-year-old was shot and killed in Lexington, Kentucky by two masked men who fled the scene in a Jeep Cherokee, and although police have multiple suspects, no arrests have been made.

The victim was white; witnesses described the assailants as black.

Bryson Hallett, the young man’s brother says the incident has been a nightmare for his family. “He loved everybody. Never hurt anybody, had no enemies. I don’t know why anyone would do something to hurt him. He made friends with everybody, just such a likable guy.”

During the same week, two white teenagers were murdered at a Tuscaloosa, Alabama apartment building, shot with an assault rifle by a black suspect according to several witnesses.

And in another tragic case, Baltimore police have arrested a 15-year-old black teenager who confessed to the cold-blooded murder of a young white man innocently riding his bike home from work.

Robert Ponsi was murdered three days before his 30th birthday when three black teens surrounded him, stabbing him repeatedly as he frantically tried to protect himself by swinging his bicycle at them.

The three, Antwan Eldridge and Daquan Middleton, and Prince Green, the 15-year-old son of a Baltimore neighborhood “activist,” have all been charged as adults and are being held without bail. Green confessed to stabbing the victim before returning home by his curfew to have dinner with his mother.

Baltimore drew national attention last year when it was the scene of rioting following the death of a black suspect while in police custody.

The black mayor, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake who was criticized for her management of the city during the riots, saying the rioters were “given space to destroy,” commented on Ponsi’s death, “Not only is it tragic because of the loss of a life, but the fact that these other lives have been ruined as well.”

While Ponsi’s mother made a statement of empathy to the mother of the teen accused of murdering her son, saying, “My heart goes out to her as well. Neither of us should be in this position,” Green’s mother, Thomascine, focused on her longstanding demands for more youth resources in the neighborhood.

Prince Green, however, was a model student, a well-respected member of the debate team and respected his mother’s strict rules at home, making it at least possible that he was influenced by the two older teens, taking part in the deadly attack as part of the new “game” of assaulting defenseless whites.




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