on October 29, 2016 by Staff in Uncategorized, Comments Off on ‘White supremacist’ narrative collapses in Texas DA murder case

‘White supremacist’ narrative collapses in Texas DA murder case

http://twitter.com/#!/dphaw/status/323808715016921088

White supremacist gangs? Murdering people in Texas? With guns?!! That sounds like a story right up the MSM’s alley. And indeed it was:

Thank goodness for Twitter, where at least a few folks believe an investigation should precede a declaration of guilt.

@msnbc or maybe Mexican drug cartels! Or maybe even Martians! How about going and getting facts…like a news service.

— Dustan Hogue (@hogue_dustan) April 2, 2013

Why wait for an objective investigation when you’ve got the hate-spewing Southern Poverty Law Center on the case?

[VIDEO] Mark Potok provides insight into Aryan Brotherhood of Texas-probed in killing of Texas district attorney/wife sp.lc/XmWgKA

— Hatewatch (@Hatewatch) April 2, 2013

Too bad the sordid truth had to come out and ruin all that lovely speculation.

News flash: Texas district attorneys NOT murdered by Aryan Brotherhood. moelane.com/2013/04/14/msn… – via @moelane

— Robert Stacy McCain (@rsmccain) April 14, 2013

What? It wasn’t scary white supremacists highlighted in an eight-minute MSNBC segment? tinyurl.com/bw7unzm #p2 #tcot#McLelland

— Hypno Jive (@hypnonon) April 15, 2013

Unless there’s something inherently racist about a guy shooting 3 people over some stolen monitors. With the SPLC, you never know.

— Moe Lane (@moelane) April 14, 2013

No worries, though. The story is now “local crime,” which as we all know, can be properly ignored.

Related:

The Other McCain, “How the Left’s Online Meme Machine Helped Create a Murder Myth in Texas

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