“Lynchings in Mississippi” is trending because WaPo published an article about a handful of black people who committed suicide over the past 20 years and speculated without any evidence that all of them were lynched.— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) August 8, 2021
Just absolutely evil. These media monsters want a race war.
Tens of thousands of Americans kill themselves every year. Half of these cases are suicide by hanging. There is absolutely no cause or justification for assuming that any of them were lynched. This is sheer propaganda. And the most tasteless kind imaginable.— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) August 8, 2021
It is a new progressive era.
In this new era, we are obsessed with things which ended centuries ago or generations ago like slavery, segregation, lynchings, white supremacy, etc. We can never move on from anything or live in our own time and the whole world revolves around blacks. In fact, we seem to become more obsessed with these things as we move further away in time from them. We’ve become so racially sensitive that the media rushes to believe hoaxes and college students are traumatized by gigantic boulders.
“JACKSON, Miss. — Since 2000, there have been at least eight suspected lynchings of Black men and teenagers in Mississippi, according to court records and police reports.
“The last recorded lynching in the United States was in 1981,” said Jill Collen Jefferson, a lawyer and founder of Julian, a civil rights organization named after the late civil rights leader Julian Bond. “But the thing is, lynchings never stopped in the United States. Lynchings in Mississippi never stopped. The evil bastards just stopped taking photographs and passing them around like baseball cards.” …”
What do you call this?
Waving the bloody shirt? Beating a dead horse? Woke fiction?