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Google doesn’t like stories about black mob violence. So it recently decided to stop sending its ads to accompany the WND stories about this largely secretive topic.

Which is strange, very strange. Because, by far, the No. 1 source for news about black mob violence is Google.

Without Google, I never would have been able to document – in “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore It” – more than a thousand examples of black mob violence over the last three years.

Without Google, I never would have learned how members of a black fraternity in bucolic Springfield, Mo., attacked two white people near a frat party. And how one almost died. And how no one was arrested. And how local media ignored it.

And how this is happening all over the country.

Without Google, I never would have learned about 500 black people attended a party called “An All Black Affair” in New Haven, Conn. And how they fought and destroyed property at the party, then outside, then at two other establishments that same night. And how now one was arrested and how local media ignored it.

Without Google, I never would have learned that 500 black people were fighting and attacking police at a movie theater outside of Rochester. And how instead of carting them off to jail, they put them in buses for a free ride home.

Without Google, I never would have learned about how a family court judge in Philadelphia explained black-on-white violence: White people deserve it, he said.

Without Google, I never could have tracked down all the video showing what local media is loathe to talk about.

Without Google, hundreds victims of black mob violence could not have told me about their experiences. That includes cops, prison psychologists, moms, teachers, clerks, nurses, doctors and on and on.

Without Google, I never would have learned how very few black people work in the upper reaches of Google. And how the same people who do not like “White Girl Bleed a Lot” also dislike Google for the same reason.

Without Google, more than 100,000 people would never have found my website – WhiteGirlBleedaLot.com – that documents the racial violence.

Without Google, “White Girl Bleed a Lot” would never have stayed for months on top of several Amazon best-seller lists.

So I’m so grateful to Google. In that spirit, let me offer a few suggestions to help Google in its quest for racial cleansing.

First, Google should block the results for anyone who enters the term “black mob violence” into its ubiquitous search engine.

There are lots of other phrases to block too: I use them in Google News Alerts to get a heads up on new episodes of racial mayhem.

Here’s a partial list of the phrases I follow like bread crumbs: Unruly teens, rambunctious teenagers, roving bands of youth, random attack, assault with no pattern, violence for no reason, large groups of people fighting, mob violence, bash mob, flash mob, black beach week, black expo, caught on camera, critical race theory, looting, Memorial Day assault, fireworks fight, teen violence, white privilege, and many, many more.

But by far, the most reliable indicator of racial violence comes from Google News Alerts about any story containing the phrase “large fight.”

Better block it.

There’s a lot of racial violence out there. So Google has a lot of work to do. I don’t like its chances.

There are too many videos, too many witnesses, too many victims, too many stories, too many people tired of being prisoner to this untruth to allow the epidemic of black mob violence to stay a secret any more.

Whether Google likes it. Or not.

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