Not All Bikers Are Treated Equally in the Media

Click the link below for the full story of the bikers who chased and assaulted a man and his family over the weekend in NY. But I will make it clear up front – these are NOT the same bikers who rode to DC on September 11th.  It also seems this sort of behavior has been going on throughout New York City and the surrounding area for months. Why is it just now being covered by the media??

This is an excerpt from the article – and the link to the full article is posted below…

Actor/comedian Michael Joiner notes the difference between how the media are treating this roving band of dangerous bikers versus the bikers of the 9/11/2013 Million Bikers’ rally in Washington, D.C.: “In Washington recently, we had miles and miles of bike riders who were scorned or ignored by the liberal media.  But the media is protecting the black bikers who terrorized this innocent family. I only wish Ted Nugent had been driving.”

And for more details –



White Woman Beaten by Black Mob

Ginger Slepski thought she was going to die as she was being kicked in the face by a mob of black girls. Through the punches and hair pulling, she was called racial slurs.

What was her crime? She stopped at a stop sign in the black part of Pittsburgh on Sunday.

Channel 11 News in Pittsburgh picks up the story:

Slepski was savagely beaten after the girls threw a bottle at her car on Concord Street and she stopped to confront them.

“I was mad. I knew they were younger. I thought they were in their early 20s. I got out and said, ‘What is your problem?’” Slepski said.

All four African-American girls then called her names before getting physically violent.

“They yelled, ‘Shut up white [expletive].’ The other said, ‘Get that white [expletive],’” Slepski said.

Slepski said she tried to get back into her car but the girls grabbed her by the hair.

“The one punched me in the head and I was on a set of concrete steps and my head hit the concrete so hard,” said Slepski. “Then they all got on top of me and all their hands were in my hair. They kept telling each other to, ‘Kick her in the head. Kick her head in the concrete.’”

One onlooker threatened to call the police – which made the girls angry, said Slepski. Another came over the tried to physically restrain the girls. Eventually they fled, but not before stealing Slepski’s purse.

“They yelled, ‘Shut up white [expletive],’” Siepski said. “The other (attacker) said, ‘Get that white [expletive].”

Police have arrested four black juveniles and charged them with robbery, conspiracy, propulsion of missiles and ethnic intimidation.

Ethnic intimidation? How about hate crime? PittsburghViolence The mother of two’s physical scars will heal, but the emotional damage will last much longer. Ms. Slepski is fearful for her daughters to walk down the street.

President Obama, as the first black president of the US, could and should do much to quiet down the black on white violence. He is quiet. He has a responsibility to speak out about the black on white violence permeating our society today. He is quiet. He had an unprecedented opportunity to advance race relations in our country. He has, instead, exacerbated them.

Is This Another Case of Blaming the Victim

An 88 year old man survives WWII and lives a long life – only to be beaten and left for dead by two teens because they attacked him and he dared to fight back. Seems stupid, since self preservation is a human reaction – someone attacks you, you defend yourself.

Almost more disturbing was the few second interview with one of the fathers. I think parents should do what is needed to support their child and to help them through bad situations. But this father says he’s “proud of him” and “he’s a nice kid, he’s not a killer” — well, maybe he doesn’t know his son so well. Why not apologize to the family of the man who was killed and say you will support your child and do what’s necessary to help him make positive changes in his life?

While he’s at it, he could apologize for things he did or didn’t do while raising his son. But each of those things would indicate mistakes were made – and people are very hesitant to admit they made mistakes. Come on folks – we’re all human and we’re all imperfect. That means we make mistakes. But like I tell my brother – we all make mistakes, but we need to learn from them and grow as a person.

Elderly WWII Vet Died Trying to Defend Himself Against Thugs: Police

By Cheryl K. Chumley-The Washington Times

The 88-year-old World War II veteran who was beaten to death with a flashlight as he crossed a parking lot in Washington state may have died because he tried to defend himself, police said.

Two teenage suspects have been arrested in the attack on Delbert Belton. They are Demetrius Glenn and Kenan Adams Kinard, both 16. Several others accused of “rendering criminal assistance” to Kenan while he hid from police were arrested, also.

Spokane police said Mr. Belton made the two teens angry when he tried to fight them, and that’s when they started to hit him on his head with “big, heavy flashlights,” Breitbart reported.

“Our information is that the individual fought back and that may have made this, you know, a worse situation,” Spokane police Chief Frank Straub said.

Read the full story at The Washington Examiner→