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DOJ: 'Knockout game' only a hate crime for white people‏

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The Obama administration announced on Tuesday that it will finally be prosecuting one of these "Knockout Game" assaults as a hate crime, not because the black mobs savagely lynching these helpless white victims are unmistakably racially motivated, but because a white person finally perpetrated one against a black man.

As reported by the Washington Times, 27-year-old Conrad Alvin Barrett was arrested on Thursday for attacking a 79-year-old black man and charged with a felony hate crime...after months of zero federal action on relentless black-on-white assaults and murders, and of the news media tirelessly downplaying the vicious crimes as an "overblown" issue.

As I have noted, Obama's openly racist anti-white policies have made such blatantly one-sided abuses of power by the Department of Justice completely unavoidable at this point, along with the obscene bigotry and corrupt fanaticism of Attorney General Eric Holder.

If we are going to impose more severe punishments for crimes involving race, but then only prosecute cases on one side of the aisle (Obama and Holder wouldn't even prosecute the Black Panthers for armed voter intimidation at the polls), then what we are creating is special treatment, not equality...which everyone but the left readily acknowledges.



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