Baltimore v. Waco

Quite a contrast of our national reaction to and the national media coverage of the violent protests/riots in Baltimore and the motorcycle gang slayings in Waco.

#thingsthatmakemegohmm…

 
 

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10 Responses to Baltimore v. Waco

  1. Josh Wrenn says:

    Thank you for pointing that out!

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  2. I’m glad people are seeing this stark contrast.

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  3. Jay says:

    Things that make me comment a sad face

    :(

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  4. Something warm and cozy about white guys with tattoos and guns on Harleys

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  5. agent provocateur says:

    Reblogged this on Nevada State Personnel Watch.

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  6. The disparity in the coverage exposes the very reason why people have taken to the streets in Baltimore. An implicit bias against minorities, and an unwillingness by many to even recognize that there is a disparity in the first place. Thank you for sharing!

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  7. inspiringmotivations says:

    Reblogged this on Through Knowledge Gain Power Ltd and commented:
    Alas many are programmed to rely on the Media’s selective reports.

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