“…This Stuff Is Increasing Not Only Here At Home But Across The Country…”

Daisy

Apparently, the mainstream media has been very leery in sharing this with the masses.  But the New York Post had it up on their site last night.  It's video filmed in Cincinnati last Saturday night after a hip-hop and electronica concert ended, and it was originally "posted to the Facebook account of QbabyOfTeamQ – a delf-described rapper, dancer, singer, and producer from the area who has been seen on Fox and MTV" (according to his Twitter page, anyway).

A local Cincinnati cop describes what happened:

“So after my 4th of July night from hell I thought I would post the truth as to what went on last night in Downtown Cincinnati,” he writes.

 

 

“So we see ahead a scuffle begin and think it’s just a fight. Well not so much, it was like 40 v. 1. I saw 40 v. 1, it was 40 black youths stomping the crap out of one unlucky male, white. He didn’t do anything to deserve this beating except be white. I’m going to skip all the rhetoric and just say don’t we all matter??? This just pissed us all off. Time to rescue or at least try to get these thugs off of him. So we were sent in with shields and arrest team to do a victim rescue. Feel bad for the guy since he nor anyone deserved a beat down like that for no reason.”

 

I'm warning you.  This is not safe for work.  Or around kids.  

Again – NSFW OR AROUND CHILDREN, FOLKS, alright?

 

No charges have been filed, but there's apparently an investigation underway.  But initial reports from footage captured "from inside a city bus by a passenger shows that the brawl was sparked after the white victim "bumped" into a "black dude."

Seriously?  

If that's true, people can't BUMP INTO ONE ANOTHER NOW without being BEATEN TO A PULP and then RIDICULED?

And I haven't yet seen Al Sharpton anywhere, and President Obama isn't making a trip to Cincy, and I don't see anyone making a hashtag campaign, claiming that this guy's life matters.  

No one really knows his name, frankly.  And hardly anyone is reporting on this at all. 

But I suppose that's par for the course.

Just another day in America.