Thursday, November 28, 2013

Why it’s wrong for the right to blame Sharpton for ‘knockout game’

In the 1980s, they called it “wilding.” These days random acts of violence committed by black teens is called “The Knockout Game.”

According to the mainstream media, this new game is sweeping the nation, and out-of-control black teenagers are a threat to any and everyone, but even more so to white people they may pass on the street. The rules of this new so-called trend require that the teen select a random person on the street and then walk up and attempt to “knock out” the stranger with a single punch. While incredibly disturbing, there is no evidence that the problem is widespread.

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