“Des Moines police are trying to determine what led to a series of attacks outside the Iowa State Fairgrounds over the weekend that included the assault of two police officers.”Hmmm… What could possibly have led to this?
“We don’t know if this was juveniles fighting or a group of kids singling out white citizens leaving the fairgrounds,” Sgt. Lori Lavorato said. “It’s all under investigation, but it’s very possible it has racial overtones.”Pretty harsh language there, calling attacks on white people very possibly racially … overtoned? Yes, I know that’s not a word. There’s hardly a word I can think of to describe this lunacy. Money quote number one:
“Sgt. David Murillo stated in a report on Friday night, “On-duty officers at the fairgrounds advise there was a group of 30 to 40 individuals roaming the fairgrounds openly calling it ‘beat whitey night.’”Wow – Sgt. Lavorato was right. It is very possible that racial overtones existed during Beat Whitey Night. I wonder if there is a democrat around to denounce such racial hatred, considering that democrats are the supposed champions of racial harmony and civil rights… Money quote number two:
“State Rep. Ako Abdul-Samad, d-Des Moines, who has worked to fight gang-related violence, said he doesn’t have enough information to decide if the fights were racially motivated. He said police comments that race was involved could miss other factors, such as nonracial taunting.”Anyone who knows me personally knows that this is the point of the article in which I must seriously concentrate on containing a litany of profanity. F-words, S-words, an occasional D-nozzle and other refinements immediately come to mind. Alas, I digress.
This isn’t Los Angeles or New York City, people. This is Des Moines, Iowa. Ever been to Des Moines? It looks a little like this:
This sort of racial violence is a product of our current administration’s daily abuse of the race card. This racial divide is literally spilling out onto Main Street and the very asshats responsible for causing the unrest are trying to tell us it isn’t what it is.
Exit question: what would you imagine the response would have been from democrat Ako Abdul-Samad if one white person (let alone a gang of 30 to 40) openly expressed a racial epithet towards a Muslim, and someone of the Muslim faith received so much as a scratch? My guess is something like this: