16 July 2015

Rioting tonight in Erie, Pennsylvania?

No, I don't think so. The people in Erie seem to instinctively know that looting and burning the city they live in won't bring back this fine young man.

I just don't understand why the national media thinks the deaths of Michael Brown and Freddie Gray are more important than the murder of Jacob Pushinsky.

Inexplicably, the Superintendent of Erie's Public Schools is framing the shooter as the "victim" in this tragedy. No killer left behind, it seems.

Just another story you won't see on the CBC.


RELATED: Sorry, Mr President...

...he was "documented" extensively...

The man accused of shooting a young woman dead on a popular pier had served 181 months in federal prisons and been deported five times. But San Francisco’s sheriff saw fit to free him.
Feeling safer yet?


jwkozak91 said...

Polish Americans, Rusyn Americans and Ukrainian Americans don't fight cops, they fight governments that deny them their natural rights of life, liberty and security; and governments that act outside the law.

Neo Conservative said...

jacob pushinsky was the stereotype of a model citizen... his murderer was the stereotype of an inner city thug.

the fact that the msm will largely ignore this tragedy but fixate on ferguson... remember, michael brown had previously been arrested for a homicide... shows where things are headed.

when bruce jenner's breasts get more ink than the murder of a fine young man, it's time to reevaluate society.

there's a victim here and it sure as sh!t ain't the teenage killer.