Whitewashed graffiti reads: ‘Kill white people’ — Media silent

On Tuesday, Ashley Yore, an Emmy-award winning journalist from Tampa Bay’s ABC Action News, issued a tweet with a picture she said was of whitewashed graffiti that read, “Kill white people.”

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Sadly, a Google search found only two references to the hateful message — and neither one was a mainstream media outlet.

Several people, however, made some interesting — and accurate — observations.


Not only would it be more than a local story, chances are it would spark riots and looting the likes of which we have yet to see.

But as Twitchy observed, there’s no reporting on this in the “mainstream media” except for Yore’s tweet.

That, in itself, speaks volumes…

Welcome to Obama’s fundamentally-transformed America, where you’re a racist, sexist, homophobic Islamophobe (or to quote Hillary, “deplorable” and “irredeemable”) if you think a sign calling for white people to be killed is racist.


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