Skip to comments.Black mob violence hits high school gridiron
Posted on 10/25/2012 9:26:22 AM PDT by Perseverando
'Officers tried to separate the combatants and they were surrounded'
Now for some breaking news: Black mob violence did not break out at a recent high school football game in Detroit.
No one said it had. But at least one reporter thought the absence of mayhem was so unusual he wrote an entire column about it.
Dan Galli covers sports for the ABC affiliate in Motown. The season opener between two high school powerhouses had to be stopped twice because of large scale racial violence at the game.
One player jumped over a fence and hid in his car. Others played sought protection on the ground, lying on the field. So did cheerleaders.
School officials said there was no gun. No gun shots. And the fights werent that big of a deal either. It was just a few troublemakers, said Galli.
But the video tells a different story. So do spectators. So do cops.
I was there watching the game, said one fan at a local sports website. First I heard there was a gun drawn, then a girl who was near the incident said there wasnt a gun, but someone shouted GUN and everyone freaked out. People started running and hopping the fences, but then returned. Not 15 minutes later, same thing.
It was chaos. But two weeks later, Galli and police officials were hoping everyone would forget that black mob violence is a regular feature of life in Detroit. Says Galli:
A high school football game was played in Detroit Friday night. A crowd of roughly a thousand people watched one of the best teams in the United States win handily. For once, what didnt happen is worth pointing out.
See the Big List of black mob violence.
When racial violence becomes the norm, then by definition,
(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...
This article has to be one of the most confusing ever written.
It is indeed poorly written. But more than just disinforming readers about a football game, it really is a teaser to clicking the link and reading more about black on white violence.
Notice the goobers at WND can’t even spell the word ‘violence’ in their link.
This article is as clear as mud. Why did you post it?
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