If someone shoots up a church and the media doesn’t report it, was it racially motivated?

If someone shoots up a church and the media doesn’t report it, was it racially motivated? By Taki Theodoracopulos.

Last Sunday a 25-year-old black man allegedly born in Sudan shot up the Burnette Chapel of Christ in Antioch, TN. He killed 38-year-old Melanie Crow Smith and wounded at least eight others, including himself. …

Samson’s social-media posts reveal a deeply disgruntled … black man obsessed with black-identity politics and white supremacy and police brutality and all the other topics that ensure that black men who myopically fixate on them and never pause to smell the roses may ruin their chance at ever escaping their chronic disgruntlement and embarking on a new life blessed with never-ending waves of gruntling and regruntling.

The major American news media has wisely chosen not to make a big deal out of this story for fear that it might unnecessarily cause racial tension.

Compare that to the huge media treatment of the Dylan Roof story, which is about the only time in 20 years that a white guy in the US has done something truly big, awful, and racially motivated (the rest of the big media cases eventually turned out to be fakes).