As with the truth about mass shootings, you will never hear the truth about interracial violent crime either in the mainstream media because the facts contradict the narrative of black victimization and “white supremacist domestic terrorism.”
“Just this month, the Bureau of Justice Statistics released its 2018 survey of criminal victimization. According to the study, there were 593,598 interracial violent victimizations (excluding homicide) between blacks and whites last year, including white-on-black and black-on-white attacks. Blacks committed 537,204 of those interracial felonies, or 90 percent, and whites committed 56,394 of them, or less than 10 percent. That ratio is becoming more skewed, despite the Democratic claim of Trump-inspired white violence. In 2012-13, blacks committed 85 percent of all interracial victimizations between blacks and whites; whites committed 15 percent. From 2015 to 2018, the total number of white victims and the incidence of white victimization have grown as well.
Blacks are also overrepresented among perpetrators of hate crimes—by 50 percent—according to the most recent Justice Department data from 2017; whites are underrepresented by 24 percent. This is particularly true for anti-gay and anti-Semitic hate crimes.
You would never know such facts from the media or from Democratic talking points. …”
9 to 1 in 2018?
It is increasingly hard to find this information even in the alternative media. The Council of Conservative Citizens kept close tabs on interracial violent crime until the Dylann Roof shooting happened in Charleston. The mainstream media demonized the CCC for reporting on the issue and publicizing the one-sidedness of black-on-white violent crime. It has no problem, however, accusing Trump of being a literal white supremacist who is morally responsible for mass shootings. He is also presented as a monster who separates families at the border.
Note: A Gallup poll released yesterday found that 69 percent of Democrats trust the mainstream media, but only 15 percent of Republicans do. As recently as 2015, 32 percent of Republicans trusted the media.