NFL Protests Ignore 20% Jump in Black Male Homicides

by Lewis Loflin

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As shown by the studies below violent crime in particular murder and robbery are a black industry. Driven by self-inflicted social ills and being driven from the labor force by mass immigration black death rates have soared again mainly at the hands of fellow blacks.

The Washington Times (Oct. 12, 2017) notes that while everyone is focused on millionaire black football players attacking the National Anthem that,

More than any other demographic group, black men are paying the price with their lives with a surging violent crime rate over the last 2 years, including a 20 percent (or 900 per year) jump in the overall homicide rate...

This come as the rare police shootings of blacks has declined "from 259 in 2015 to 233 in 2016." (Source: 2016 FBI Uniform Crime Report and Manhattan Institute fellow Heather MacDonald.)

They note that it's true blacks are shot by police in disproportionate numbers based on population, based on levels of violent crime and behavior the numbers are low. Yet the Obama war on the police has led many departments such a Chicago to pull back on law enforcement leading to an exploding body count.

James Singletary of Johnson City

This is far too typical for the community - drug arrests. often by stupid people asleep in cars, having broken tail lights, etc.

On 11/1/2017 at 4:03 am officers of the Johnson City Police Department arrested James Singletary, 26 years old, 902 N Barton St, Johnson City Tn. and charged him with unlawful drug paraphernalia, simple possession/ casual exchange, possession of schedule IV, felony possession of methamphetamines for resale, and public intoxication.

The arrest stems from an investigation of a suspicious vehicle at Roadrunner Market, 1702 W. Market St. Officers arrived and made contact with Mr. Singletary who was asleep in the driver seat of the vehicle. A search of his person found drug paraphernalia and a large sum of cash currency. A search of the vehicle found addition items of drug paraphernalia, Xanax, methamphetamines, and marijuana.

Mr. Singletary was arrested and transported to the Washington County Detention Center where he is currently being held in lieu of a $22,000 bond. An arraignment for Mr. Singletary is scheduled for 11/2/2017 in Washington County General Sessions Court.


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