BREAKING: Black Man Kills White Man, Wounds Several Other Whites At UT

Seeing as the attacker and victims are not the same ethnicities, we can only assume this will be a lead story on CNN.

Unless they have a preference toward stories about which ethnicity is in which role in that sort of situation. Let’s see how Don Lemon plays this.

If anyone actually still watches him, you could maybe drop us line in the comments, and let the rest of us know.

Ironically, ‘White’ was the alleged attacker’s name.

First responders in Austin, Texas, reported that one person is dead and several others are injured after a knife-wielding suspect went on a rampage at the University of Texas campus. The suspect appeared calm, “nonchalant” after police arrested him according to a witness. Police described the four victims to be three white and one “Asian” male college students.
UPDATE: 4:11 p.m.: UT Police Chief David Carter said the suspect has been identified as Kendrix J. White, 21, a UT student, in a press conference Monday afternoon. Several witnesses reported White calmly walked around attacking the victims with a long Bowie-style knife. An officer observed White leaving the area and made contact — ordering White to get on the ground. He complied and police took him into custody. –Breitbart

His own tweets, from earlier in the day:

And in a case of missing the point that beggars belief, less than a day before the incident, he retweeted this:

Loving each other the way Christ has loved us? Nope, that does NOT involve plunging a machete into a stranger’s kidney. Or slashing an unsuspecting bystander’s throat.

Kind of a career limiting move for someone who was studying to be a doctor, don’t you think?

What this punk did looks more like Farrakhan’s teaching than Jesus. Of course, there’s no word yet on what his motive may have been.

Share if this is news WHATEVER color the attacker’s skin might be.

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