The latest revelations in the Chrissy Lee Polis beating in Baltimore has reminded us of watching all five seasons of HBO’s The Wire which glorified the violent subculture of the negro underclass in Bulletmore, Murderland.
I can’t help but observe and point out how much SWPLs loved that show. In fact, The Wire is officially recognized as Stuff White People Like #85.
Oddly enough, the very same people who loved The Wire are now outraged that a member of the LGBT community could be assaulted by diversity in a Baltimore McDonald’s, and come here and react with feigned PC incredulousness at the notion that such a vicious assault had anything whatsoever to do with the race of the suspects.
Did it really?
Update: After some reflection, it has also occurred to us that only in Black Run America would black thugs and murderers like Omar and Stringer Bell be portrayed as sympathetic role models, and that The Wire is just one example of an entire black sub-culture that glorifies violence which is relentlessly promoted through art, film, and music toward America’s youth.