The firing of Wendy Bell, 21-time Emmy winner, for WTAE Pittsburgh supports one of my beliefs pursuant to those who attacked her: that it’s a good thing hell is real because the politically correct who are so easily offended will need an eternal domicile as far from truth as possible – especially and most specifically those who use the color of their skin the way Al Capone used force and intimidation to strike fear into his opposition.
Eleven days after the March 9, 2016, mass murder of five family members and friends, who were enjoying a back-porch party in the Wilkinsburg area, Wendy Bell, feeling the distraught that many of us have, spoke out on her private Facebook page. One of the women murdered had been eight months pregnant thus bring the total to six deaths.
Bell wrote: “There’s no kind words when 6 people are murdered. When their children have to hide for cover and then emerge from frightened shadows to find their mother’s face blown off or their father’s twisted body leaking blood into the dirt from all the bullet holes. … I’ve been dragging around this feeling like a cold I can’t shake that rattles in my chest each time I breathe and makes my temples throb. I don’t want to hurt anymore. I’m tired of hurting. … You needn’t be a criminal profiler to draw a mental sketch of the killers who broke so many hearts. … I will tell you they live within 5 miles of Franklin Avenue and Ardmore Boulevard and have been hiding out in a home likely much closer to that backyard patio than anyone thinks. … They are young black men, likely teens or in their early 20s. They have multiple siblings from multiple fathers, and their mothers work multiple jobs. … These boys have been in the system before. They’ve grown up there. They know the police. They’ve been arrested. They’ve made the circuit and nothing has scared them enough. Now they are lost.”
And for that she was fired and branded a racist. Hearst Television said her catharsis poured out on her Facebook page was “inconsistent with ethics and journalistic standards.”
When the media cruelly suppresses the truth so as not to upset the “melanin du jour,” exactly what “ethics and journalistic standards” do they have?
When the perpetrators are captured they will be exactly what Wendy Bell described – and everyone knows it.
Who else was going into that neighborhood and committing such a coldblooded act of violence? Did an Irish street gang from Boston get bored and commit mass murder in Pittsburgh? Did a Mexican gang from Houston, Texas, decide to take a road trip to do a little mass murdering? We know it wasn’t Muslims because they would have announced credit for it long before now.
America cannot stop this type of animalism unless and until we unleash the forces of wrath and damnation upon these black terrorists and the filth they reside in. Feigning insult for this blight on society being exposed neither restores order nor reduces the pandemic of these acts wherever concentrations of blacks reside.
By April 7, the 98th day of 2016, there had been 157 homicides in Chicago. That’s 1.6 murders per day, with 70 percent of the victims and perpetrators being black.
According to the 2010 Census, blacks comprised 32.4 percent of Chicago’s population, yet they were responsible for 75 percent of homicides, according to Chicago Police Department 2009 Annual Report. Blacks were responsible for 68 percent of the rapes during the same period. Blacks were responsible for 85.2 percent of robberies and 68 percent of the aggravated assaults, according to the report.
Those numbers are not inconsistent with predominantly black areas across America. Even more tragic is that these uneducated, illegitimate, environmental bi-ambulatory diseases are murdering, raping, robbing and beating those who live next door to them or across the street from them.
They’re not coming into my neighborhood. When not in prison they’re doing it in theirs.
Jerry Oliver, the chief of police in Richmond, Virginia, in 2000 said: “Today it is not the Ku Klux Klan riding through our neighborhoods killing our [black] men and raping our [black] women. It is our own [black] neighbors depriving us of our civil rights, and it is our own [black] leaders who seem preoccupied with blaming cops, the system and everyone else.” (“Did King Mean What They Now Say,” Jan. 20, 2014)
Denying the truth and refusing to report heinous crimes by blacks is not making neighborhoods safe nor is it elevating the quality of life in those bastions of squalor and malaise.
Bell was attacked under the guise of black indignation. The reality is that the majority of blacks are taught and encouraged to be resentful and hostile.
Firing Wendy Bell hasn’t resolved the real problem in that area of Pittsburgh; it has exacerbated it. Because going forward, reasoned people who would like to make a difference by speaking truthfully about what is taking place will not do so because they will recall what happened when Wendy Bell did.
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