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Some guy named Colin Delany says WND stories about black-mob violence are “anecdotal.” Cherry picking. Only for the gullible or those “who want to believe.”

Kind of like the black woman who told NPR radio recently how happy she was about the 11 black movies this year — like “Django Unchained,” “The Butler,” “12 Years a Slave” and “Fruitvale Station” — because they “validate” her experience as a black person.

Except for the black and woman part.

Delany is only repeating what the Los Angeles Times, CNN, Slate and dozens of other liberal house organs are saying: Racial violence is not a problem in America — except when it is white on black. As was recently demonstrated in Texas when Attorney General Eric Holder brought hate-crime charges against a white man for the Knockout Game assault of an elderly black man.

In the racially charged and sometimes deadly Knockout Game, one or more assailants, usually black, target a randomly selected white person and, for amusement, try to knock out the unsuspecting victim with a single punch. Nationwide, there have been at least six deaths attributed to the Knockout Game.

Delany wants everyone to know the country is so big that anyone can find anyone doing anything at about any given time.

People like Delany say they could find — if they wanted — just as many examples of white-on-black mob violence. Just as many videos as the ones that document more than 500 cases of racial crime and mayhem in “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore It.”

The next video I get will be the first one.

Regardless, the cherries are piling up: This time, two cases of black mob violence and black-on-white crime directed at senior citizens. One 89-years old. The other 70. Both after Christmas. For your consideration:

James Gorman does not cotton to speeders in his neighborhood. He tells them to slow down. Two days after Christmas, the 70-year-old was pushing his wife in a wheelchair. Their granddaughter sat in her lap.

Gorman saw a car of black people “haul(ing) butt” down his street in a suburb of Tampa. So he said something. They did not like that. The news website Opposing Views fills in the details:

That’s when the car stopped and two men got out who proceeded to beat Gorman unconscious.

“He grabbed my hands (and pinned his arms back) … proceeded to beat the daylight out me,” he said. “He knocked me out.”

Gorman was left with a torn rotator cuff, a black eye, broken glasses and pounding headaches.

“I guess decided they needed to show how big a men they were,” he said.

One of the attackers tried to gouge his left eye.

“That’s a thumb in the eye,” he said. “That’s meant to do damage. That’s pretty low – somebody who does that.”

Gorman is out of the hospital now. Still bruised and battered. Injuries like his are usually described as “minor” or “non-life threatening.” He still has the headaches. As for the wife and granddaughter, they have seen what cannot be unseen. Police reports do not list that kind of damage.

They’ll get over it. Or not.

Three days later, 89-year-old Ralph Bollinger was walking home from McDonald’s in Glen Burnie, a few miles outside of Baltimore.

It was 6 o’clock in the morning. Yes, the coffee is pretty good there and the food is … affordable. Old people don’t sleep much anyway.

The local ABC affiliate picks up the story:

Three men, believed to be teenagers, attacked him and knocked him to the ground in the area of Cloverleaf and Four Leaf Clover Drive. The teens stole the man’s wallet and unknown amount of money.

Bollinger — a veteran of World War II — was taken to the hospital with what the police call “serious” injuries.

“It’s bad enough that it happens to anybody,” his daughter told the ABC affiliate. “But to beat up an old man and take his money? And just let him lay there? It’s just horrible. It’s just awful.”

Baltimore law enforcement officials say what the ABC affiliate would not — the men were black. And black-mob violence is a regular and frequent and intense part of life in that city. Sometimes the criminals use racial epithets. Sometimes they do not.

One way makes it a hate crime. The other not. Either way, most of the time they do not get caught.

Meanwhile, law-enforcement officials around the country are wondering if the attorney general’s recent decision to bring hate crime charges against a white man for a Knockout Game assault in Texas are doing more harm than good.

Marlin Newburn was a prison psychologist and court appointed counselor for 30 years before he recently retired.

Holder’s justice department is enabling the black predator.

The majority of black felons go early into a life of crime in the belief they’ve been shortchanged due to white oppression.

After they’ve been acculturated early into the thug life, they pick up this fantasy while listening to a relative, a rapper, a preacher, a fellow inmate or any race hustler, otherwise known as “community activist.”

The fact that they have harmed others destroyed their communities never crosses their minds.

Holder’s enabling will further help the black street predator rationalize that they have a green light to prey on whites with impunity.

Delany calls that anecdotal. Others say it is eyewitness testimony.

Black mobs routinely terrorize cities across the country, but the media and government are silent. Read the detailed account of rampant racial crime in “White Girl Bleed A Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore It.”

See a trailer for “White Girl Bleed a Lot”:

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