(informationliberation) – Tucker Carlson called out the Biden regime’s lie that “white supremacy” is our nation’s “most lethal threat” during his monologue on Monday night and highlighted the widespread violence that took place over the weekend during Juneteenth celebrations all over the country.
“Just in 2020, last year, more than 750 people were murdered in the city of Chicago,” Tucker said. “And we can say with some confidence that the overwhelming majority of those suspects in the city of Chicago were not members of Q-Anon or white supremacists.”
“How do we know? Informed guess, but sometimes there’s video,” Tucker said before playing clips of a public execution that took place in Chicago and a mob twerking on an EMS ambulance responding to a mass shooting in Oakland (I had a lot more in my article).
While Tucker noted that some 25 percent of violent crime is linked to gangs, he failed to explain the nature of the majority of violent crime, which is not committed by gangs.
According to police themselves, the majority of crime in places like Philly, Milwaukee, Chicago and so on is now committed over minor slights and beef on social media. Most shootings are now being triggered by things like someone talking smack on Facebook, stepping on someone’s shoes in a club or looking at someone the wrong way.
For example, the shooting a little over a week ago in Austin was reportedly driven by a “teenage feud.”
A deadly weekend mass shooting in Austin’s famed entertainment district arose from a feud between two groups of Central Texas teenagers, according to a police affidavit filed Wednesday.
Harker Heights High School student Jeremiah Tabb, 17, was arrested at school Monday and remained in Travis County Jail on Wednesday. He is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony punishable by two to 20 years in prison.
[…] In the arrest affidavit filed by Austin police filed in a Travis County district court Wednesday, a wounded male juvenile is quoted as telling detectives at an Austin hospital that he was with friends on East Sixth Street, a famous entertainment strip, when they began exchanging stares with a youth he identified as JT and JT’s friends.
The male juvenile, who was not identified by name, said he had attended the same Killeen middle school as JT, who said to the juvenile’s group, “What y’all wanna do? Y’all wanna fight?” The juvenile said he answered, “It’s whatever,” at which point JT pulled a handgun from his waistband and opened fire. A companion of the juvenile, also a juvenile, drew his own gun and returned fire. One person was killed and more than a dozen others were wounded.
Police showed a yearbook photo of Tabb to the hospitalized juvenile, who identified him as the one who shot him. He told police that Tabb had already shot him in the leg in Killeen a few days earlier. Police in Killeen, 70 miles (113 kilometers) north of Austin, have a complaint on file from that shooting, according to the affidavit.
No deep thought went into this shooting.
No extensive socio-economic analysis is needed to understand why “JT” allegedly opened fire into a crowd.
They looked at each other the wrong way and someone started shooting.
This is the reality of crime in America.
There was a report saying the public execution in Chicago may have taken place over a fender-bender.