The lack of common sense among liberals is astounding. On Fox’s afternoon program “The Five” one hears the program’s liberal member, Juan Williams, boringly often complaining that young black men are killed by police at a greater rate than their racial representation in the nation would predict, ignoring the fact that young black men commit crimes out of all proportion to the number of blacks in the larger population.
Eric Bolling, one of the conservative members of the program, has repeatedly reminded Williams that even though blacks make up a small percentage of the American population, they are sought out by the police in proportion to their commission of crimes, not in proportion to their racial percentage of the population, and the number of crimes they commit is far greater than their shear percentage of the overall population. Additionally when Bolling informs Williams that in just plain statistical numbers, the police kill a greater number of whites each year than they kill blacks, Williams still cries racism, as all good liberals are trained to do. And oddly enough, as we are seeing in Charlotte and the rioting there, when a black police officer kills a black suspect, liberals still find a way to accuse whites of racism. It’s pretty much all white guilt, all the time with liberals
Liberals like Williams go out of their way searching for things that enable them to claim racism, and they will not recognize, or at least refuse to admit, the truth, when it’s presented to them.
As an example of the lack of comparative thought leftists apply to their racist claims, what liberals like Juan Williams fail to take into consideration is that men, who make up about fifty percent of the population, commit crimes way out of proportion to the crimes committed by women, yet liberals don’t call the police sexists for arresting or even shooting more men than women, because there is no political gain to be had from this approach, and there’s no emotion in it, and leftists are all about politics and contrived, phony, emotion and outrage.