Truth is so inconvenient for those who make a living off hate and Al Sharpton has a history of deranged attacks on truth, to raise money for himself.
There was an interesting article recently, entitled “Race and the Gun Debate.” ( Wall
St. Journal, Mar 27, 2013) Among the statistics he cites are that 54% of
all murders involve black victims, virtually all of whom were killed by
black murderers, and yet blacks comprise only 13% of the population.
These are familiar numbers, but, as Williams points out, although more
than half the “gun problem” can be laid at the feet of blacks, the gun
debate never seems to mention this."
The numbers would indicate that almost 3/4 of black Americans have no father figure, other than rappers and Obama...
"Why is this happening? According to Juan Williams , the out of wedlock
birth rate for blacks is now 72%. This leads to more than 70% of black
mothers being on welfare raising more than 70% of black children without
That’s part of the problem. Another part, Williams says, is: “a dysfunctional gangster-rap culture that glorifies promiscuity, drug dealers and the power of the gun.”
So now we have black culture of violence financed by the welfare system
producing what are – by any measure – distorted values. One might think
this needs to be addressed.
Not so. The President of the United States recently invited the gangster
rapper Jay-Z to his inauguration. Jay-Z is the black poster boy for the
value system that Juan Williams says is destroying the black community.
Inviting him to the presidential inauguration is, by implication, an
endorsement of the mindlessness characteristic of Jay-Z and his
But Obama is not a moralist. He is a politician who panders himself to
the black vote and avoids criticizing the criminal culture that has
enslaved his people. Obama made no move toward gun control until a white
madman killed young children at Sandy Hook . In Obama’s mind, that
single act instantly transformed the “gun problem” into a white (not
black) problem. It is about white misconduct, not about blacks, black
culture or black behavior."