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July 10, 2013
Chicago was the site of several cases of black mob violence during the holiday fireworks, which city officials and local media downplayed or ignored.
But the real story this year is not just that black mob violence is raging in places like Baltimore, Philadelphia, Chicago, New York, Detroit, Cleveland, Atlanta and St. Louis.
But racial violence is also striking smaller places like Greensboro, Buffalo, Wilkes-Barre, Tulsa, Cedar Rapids, Seaside Heights, Memphis, Fredericksburg, Uniondale, Fall River, Lincoln, Kingston, Utica, Manchester, and Indianapolis. And more.
All over the Fourth of July holiday weekend. Sometimes more than once.
Let’s start with Tulsa. It took a year for the local media to report it, but last Fourth of July, a black mob set a fire at a local recreation center, then hurled fireworks at the first responders.
This year “the kids” did it again. Then once more on July 5. According to News On 6:
“We’ve seen worse Fourth of Julys and we’ve seen better, and this one will rank up as one of the worst,” neighbor Jason Trent said.
Trent has had a front-row seat for the illegal fireworks show that more than 60 kids have been putting on since Monday.”
Despite the grainy video of several black people fleeing, no one was arrested.