A Knock Out Story from DC

Knock Out Victim DC

by Jeff Davis

The mainstream media is finally talking about the Knock Out game. Admittedly, they’re trying to confuse the issue and obscure the fact that it’s primarily a Black-on-White hate crime.

A CNN news article reports: “Phoebe Connolly, a possible victim of game where teenagers appear to sucker-punch strangers, is encouraging people to think critically about how such attacks can be stopped.”

“Connolly was biking in the Columbia Heights area of Washington (D.C.) this month when she was struck. She had passed through a group of teenagers, she said, when one of them ‘reached out and punched me in the face. The whole group of kids laughed,’ Connolly told CNN’s ‘Anderson Cooper 360″ on Tuesday night. She was not seriously injured.'”

“Though Connolly had never heard of the ‘knockout game’ before the November 15 attack, she may be a victim of it. And she’s not the only one. Another woman was attacked in the same area one day earlier. She, too, sustained minor injuries and was not knocked out, according to Washington police. A police spokeswoman said authorities are investigating the two attacks as simple assaults.”

“Teenager” by the way is a new code word for a Black youth.

It’s always a bad idea to try to ride a bicycle near one of the many all-Black housing projects in the big cities.

What kind of crazy White liberal female “goes through” a pack of black “teenagers” hanging on the corner in Washington D.C.? I wonder if this were a politically correct brainwashed liberal, who was more determined to show that she trusted Black people than to avoid certain trouble. Well now we all know what happens.

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