Ebony Magazine Writer: Dallas Massacre was not a Hate Crime Because the Victims were White, Police

The left may argue that systemic racism hurts only blacks, but they seem not to notice when they try and say that certain laws are valid only against white people. That's exactly what one guest tried to explain during an interview on CNN.

On Wednesday, Ebony Magazine’s Jamilah Lemieux criticized the use of the phrase “hate crime” in association with the five white Dallas police officers who were killed claiming that using the phrase with a “majority group… gets into very tricky territory.”

Appearing on “CNN Newsroom” with guest host Ana Cabrera, Lemieux said, “I have to say, I would not describe hate crime as the most comfortable word choice, considering these circumstances. There’s so much that we do not know about what took place, what motivated this person. We only have the one account of law enforcement. We haven’t had the opportunity to really look into his history in a meaningful way.”

Racism — by definition — is prejudice or preference for any race as opposed to another. In this story, there are two: Micah Johnson, for killing five Dallas police because of the color of their skin, and Jamilah Lemieux, for claiming that only whites can be charged for the certain actions that are against the law.

Source: Daily Caller



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