Horribly, multiple murders in cities such as Chicago don’t get the same attention as a single murder in suburban St. Louis. As Dr. Ben Carson told Fox News’ Sean Hannity, this is “because it’s politically incorrect to blame the wrong people.”
From his discussion (above):
If you have somebody, you know, like a police officer, that’s an easy one to blame. But it’s very difficult to blame a city council or a mayor that you like,” he said. “We’ve got to stop picking and choosing who the villains are and who the good guys are.
And in particular, you know, in the black community, I think we have to be honest with ourselves. And you know, let’s go back and think about a time, you know, before the early ’60s, tremendous progress that was made by black people in this country when they relied on family and they relied on each other and they had faith.
Carson calmly called for objectivity in media, and is tired of “outside agitators” in Ferguson able to drive a false narrative. Taking unfortunate events in perspective, and looking at crime problems on the whole, is what smart and reasonable people do.
H/T: CNS News