Chicago continues to be the hotbed of hate and violence following an exposed video showing young black people brutally beating a young, white mentally disabled man.
The sickening event was transmitted live on social media as the black haters attacked the helpless man and proudly screamed racist comments into the camera.
Liberals decided they should voice their opinion about the video. Their discussion avoided the obvious facts of violence and racism screaming at them from the video as they tampered any thoughts of labeling black people as violent and racist.
CNN’s Don Lemon gathered a panel to discuss the disturbing Facebook Live video out of Chicago. The young black people reportedly took their victim hostage and transported him in a stolen car to a secluded location. There they held him for a nearly 48 hours, taped his mouth, cut his scalp, burned him with cigarettes and kicked and punched him.
Watch the CNN panel here:
During the sickening display of violence they shouted “f*ck Donald Trump! F*ck white people!”
One of the attackers can be heard laughing about how much the man is bleeding during the half-hour video they know is streaming live, and another saying, “Yeah.”
All the live hate and violence wasn’t enough for liberals spouting off on CNN.
Lemon said he can’t say it’s a hate crime because police are still investigating.
CNN political commentator and Democratic strategist Symone Sanders called the video “sickening,” but defended the actions as not hateful.
“But I’m gonna say something that’s probably not very popular – we cannot callously go about classifying things as a hate crime,” Sanders blared, questioning if the violence was hate for white people or just a politician.
“If we start going around and anytime someone says or does something egregious or bad and sickening in … connection with the President-elect Donald Trump or even President Obama for that matter because of their political leanings, that’s slippery territory. That is not a hate crime.”
The obvious violence born of hate wasn’t lost on others in the panel.
Fellow panelist Alice Stewart was next to weigh in and while agreeing with Sanders the crime was “sickening,” she also said she “hoped it was classified” as a hate crime.
Sanders is not one to be talking about hate when she has shouted loudly how she despises white people.
If Sanders seems familiar, it’s probably because you remember her mockingly exclaiming, “Oh my goodness, poor white people,” during an on-air conversation about a Trump supporter beaten by a mob. She’s also said the Democratic Party doesn’t “need white people leading” it right now and the election of Trump put “white supremacy into the White House.”
Democrats and liberals don’t want to admit they’re wrong about society, the presidential election and racism in America.
What would be happening right now if the disabled man being tortured in the video was black and his brutal attackers were white?
All mainstream media would be covering the story 24 hours a day spewing anger against all white people and Chicago would be burning from violent, black rioters.
Hate is hate. The media must cover it accordingly, and the judicial system must vigorously prosecute hate crimes.