Black Male Shoots White Girl “For the Fun of It”… Where’s Al Sharpton?

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Black-on-white hate crimes are on the rise: Burning, beating, knifing and this latest – 17-year-old Ashley Marie Scott in Illinois, who was violently murdered by a black drug dealer – for fun.

You’re not going to read about this in the mainstream media because the race of each person is wrong, wrong, wong.

Only blacks are murdered for fun by whites. That’s the narrative, that’s their story and they’re sticking to it. Hands up don’t shoot only applies to certain skin colors.

Story from Conservative Tribune:

Scott and her friends were admittedly up to no good when they agreed to meet Ronald McMahan, a 19-year-old black man who told the group he would sell them marijuana. But when the group of white teens arrived at the meeting spot in Gary, Ind., McMahan immediately pulled a gun on them and demanded all of their valuables, including cash and jewelry.

The driver of Scott’s group carried his own gun, which he pulled in an effort to deter the thug from taking things any further. As the driver of the car Scott was riding in sped off, McMahan riddled the vehicle with bullets, one of which fatally struck Scott in the neck and killed her.

Since the possibility of drugs was involved, the media has largely and played the story off as merely a drug deal gone bad (H/T Defund).

But there’s more to the story than that — as the dealer had absolutely nothing to gain by shooting at a car that was speeding away. The fact that the car was filled with white kids from the suburbs points to the possibility of a racially motivated crime. It would be easy to say that the dealer had probably pulled the same stunt many times before, but likely never shot at his victims.

Here’s the question: Where’s Al Sharpton on this one?

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Baron was just a shy kid with a dream, growing up in the 40's with a knack for story-telling. After a brief career in film, Von Kowenhoven went to Europe in search of fringe-scientific discoveries and returned in the 90's to unleash them on the entertainment and political landscape of America.

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