...as disobedient bullet apparently escapes from homeless, wandering firearm...You know, like... when your cat wanders off into a neighbours backyard and craps on their begonias.
RELATED: Ask a "professional" journalist...
In light of the recent massacre of 5 Dallas police officers by a homegrown "black power" terrorist group, the mainstream media has apparently been put on "Black & Blue" alert, with reporters scrambling to find egregious examples of law enforcement related racism to balance out the narrative. Unfortunately, those aren't as easy to come by as the CBC would have you believe.
I guess, with your editor hounding you for a story, sometimes you just gotta pick that low hanging fruit.
So here we go...
It seems the Bathurst, New Brunswick RCMP detachment had received several calls from concerned citizens reporting a “suspicious person” on the local wharf.
"Dauphin, who is the city’s director of parks, recreation and tourism, is black and believes that is why people contacted the police. The Ontario-native says the officer involved was respectful and just doing his job, but he feels it highlights a 'systemic problem' with regards to race."Just not, as we clearly see here, in the local police force.
Why then the dramatic signoff to the article...
"The RCMP was not immediately available for comment."Are the media now suggesting that police pick & choose which calls they should respond to... or was the reporter actually looking for a comment on the racist citizens of Bathurst, New Brunswick?
PS • Dear Canadian Press... if the RCMP aren't actually at fault here, why on earth were you pestering them for a comment?
PPS •• Dear Louizandre... a word of advice.
Even if you do have some unfortunate congenital facial disfigurement, if you show up at my door in the middle of the night sporting that crazy Jack Nicholson visage, I confess right here, my first impulse would be to dial 911.
I guess you'll just have to call up the media again and start screaming racism.
LAST WORD: The impending collapse of civilisation...
"Ma'am, hurt feelings aren't a police matter."I got nuthin'.