Just Murder, Not a ‘Hate Crime’ , March 26, 2015The headline in January was frightening:So what we have is a shooting of woman of no particular color, by a man of no particular color, which takes place near Temple University, where many people are of a particular color. (Many old universities are located near what is now the inner city—going to those universities isn't safe.)In fact, the story that McCain is lnking to does have a legitimate police description of the shooter:
A North Philadelphia lesbian was shot in broad daylight [Jan. 13] while on her way to work.
Kim Jones, 56, was shot in the head at 9:30 a.m. while she was standing on the corner of 12th and Jefferson streets near Temple University, waiting to take the bus to work, police said.
The gunman came up behind Jones, who was wearing headphones, and shot her point-blank in the back of the head.
Investigators believe Jones was targeted, but a motive had not been announced as of presstime.
“She had her purse, she had her cellphone, she had jewelry on, none of which was taken, none of which was disturbed,” said Homicide Capt. James Clark in a press conference Tuesday.
Officer Tanya Little, a police spokesperson, said investigators are aware that Jones, who married her partner last month, was a lesbian, and do not yet know if that could have played a role in her killing.
The gunman is described as a heavyset black male wearing black clothing and carrying a black duffle bag. Investigators are reviewing video footage from SEPTA, Temple and city cameras to continue looking for clues.Why are they willing to tell you what the killer looks like? Because it's not really the MSM, it's the Philadelphia Gay News. McCain explains that it's not an anti-lesbian hate crime—those are very rare.
That fear-inspiring possibility — an incipient wave of anti-lesbian terrorism, perhaps? — was left to dangle in the public mind for a couple of weeks until police solved the case:Emphasis added by Stacy McCain That one is an MSM report, and the word "black" only appears when Sander is described as a "bulky man dressed in black": Man who killed woman at bus stop hid in plain sight, By Aubrey Whelan, Philadelphia Inquirer, February 04, 2015.McCain's point is about the exaggeration of imaginary black hate crimes:
Randolph Sanders was careful.
Lurking in a breezeway on the morning of Jan. 13, with a gun tucked into his duffel bag, Sanders hid his face under a cap and bulky headphones.
He was careful, police said, not to look at the security cameras that captured him when he approached his boss — Kim Jones — and shot her in the back of the head as she waited for a bus. . . .
Police said Jones suspected him of stealing funds — about $40,000. He was convinced that she would report him to authorities and that he would lose his job at Turning Points for Children, the organization where they worked, police said.
On the morning Jones was killed, she had scheduled a meeting with the Department of Human Services, which funds Turning Points.
Sanders, 36, knew she was going to turn him in, Homicide Detective James Clark said.
“He laid in wait, and he ambushed her,” Clark said.
An investigation into the allegedly stolen funds is ongoing, but Clark said police believe Sanders had been stealing gift cards meant for families participating in the FAST program and keeping them for himself.
He has been charged with murder and related offenses.
The anti-gay hate-crime angle was never a valid concern despite the LESBIAN GUNNED DOWN IN BROAD DAYLIGHT fear-mongering coverage. It is important to understand how the media deliberately manipulate perceptions. The murder of Matthew Shepard was portrayed as a hate crime, despite every evidence to the contrary, because gay activists figured out that depicting homosexuals as victims — and depicting opponents of the gay agenda as motivated by dangerously violent “hate”– was the key to political success. Both the news media and the entertainment industry have seized on this theme, promoting the Gay Victimhood narrative so relentlessly as to foment paranoia and generate a certain number of fake hate-crime hoaxes.But what about the other kind of hate crime? Sometimes, when an employer catches a black employee stealing, the employee will come in to work and stage a mass shooting. That was what happened with Omar Thornton, and there are other cases. See the Fulford File where I pointed out 116 People, Mostly Whites, Have Been Killed By 18 Black “Disgruntled Employees” In The Last 40 Years.. Attacks on white employers by black employees are fairly frequent, though not reported as such.However, it turns out that this wasn't an anti-white hate crime—both employer and employee were black.This a case of regular black-on-black crime, which, as Rudy Giuliani pointed, is the case in 93 percent of black murder victims.But the only news source that said that was the Philadelphia Gay News.