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A town hall event seems unwarranted in South Bend, which is among the top 3% most violent cities in America, and is among the top 30 cities for highest murder rates. In April, an 11-month-old boy was shot. On the day of the town hall itself, six people were shot. But to the extent that any of this phased the mob, they didn’t show it. A black infant takes a bullet, and the city collectively shrugs. No protests. No town halls. But a black criminal is shot by a cop acting in self-defense, and we’re suddenly one city hall coverup away from genocide.
The town hall had nothing to do with “justice” for a thug who had no qualms about stealing from and attempting to murder other people. Pete Buttigieg did not fail this man. The police did not fail this man. Corporate America did not fail this man. To the extent that this man was failed by anyone other than himself and his unforced choices, he was failed by his “parents” and his “community” (to use those terms generously). But it takes hard work and self-reflection, over a period of generations and within the entire culture, to heal these deficiencies. It is much easier to blame some vague, sinister “system” and take it out on the sniveling mayor who’s willing to sit there and nod reflectively as he’s unmasked as the Grand Cyclops of the South Bend KKK.
Buttigieg - Constituents - PR - Stunt - Police
Maybe Buttigieg attended because he honestly cares about his constituents, or maybe it was an ill-considered PR stunt. Maybe the police officer was justified in the shooting, or maybe he wasn’t. The only question answered during Buttigieg’s town hall was whether or not a mob can be controlled. That hypothesis has been tested before by politicians throughout history. The result has...
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