LOW ESTEEM OF BLACK MALE'S LIFE
March 28, 2012
As part of the black politician's exploitation of the shooting of Trayvon Martin, Demcrat Black Congressman Emmanuel Cleaver said that the death was emblematic of the low esteem in which a young black man's life is held. He's right. Young, black males are substantially more likely to be murdered than young, white males. Cleaver's problem is that almost always, those young, black males are murdered by guess who? Young, black males. Congressman Cleaver is doing the usual black thing: blaming everyone and anyone else for what is a black problem. Whites rarely kill blacks; blacks kill blacks.