Suspect returned two hours after kidnapping Cash Gernon and stood over twin brother https://t.co/plrAnAwKLT— The Independent (@Independent) May 19, 2021
Update: the person who tweeted a link to the Sun story, with the words:
A 4-year-old Texas white boy was snatched from his bed over the weekend by Darriynn Brown, an 18-year-old black man, who brutally stabbed the child and left his lifeless body out in the street.
has been forced to protect his Tweets. See this version, instead:
Hombre negro secuestra a un niño blanco de 4 años y lo mata a cuchillazos. Dejó el cuerpo del niño tirado en la calle.— El Nuevo Estado (@eInuevoestado) May 20, 2021
Los negros son el grupo que comete la mayor cantidad de crímenes interraciales en Estados Unidos.
Discutir esto es un taboo. https://t.co/JxGSqotqdc pic.twitter.com/RhSsLIxXAF
It has not, however, reached the offices of the New York Times. A search for Cash Gernon's name comes up empty.
This was also the case in the murders of Tori Rose Smith, Cannon Hinnant, and Paul and Lidia Marino, as I wrote in January:
The New York Time's motto, dating back to 1896, is "All The News That's Fit To Print." One of the earliest articles I read on VDARE.com , before I started working here myself, was Scott McConnell's Unfit To Print, January 10, 2000, about the Wichita Massacre, in which three white men and two white women were abducted, abused, and then shot by two black men, killing four of them and wounding one. The details of that didn't appear in the NYT until 15 years later, when Justices Alito and Scalia mentioned them in the killers' death penalty case.
Murders of whites by blacks are very rarely "national news" as far as the New York Times news section is concerned.