Is there a reason some ‘mass shootings’ are ‘more newsworthy’ than others?
Were you aware that there was another ‘mass shooting’ this week?
Was it splashed all over the news?
Is Edgewood, Maryland now a household name?
No? Well, that’s strange.
A guy went into an office park there and started shooting.
He murdered three and wounded two others before fleeing the scene. After that, he went to Delaware and shot a guy at a used car dealership.
When police finally caught up with him, a few hours later, 37-year-old Radee Labeeb Prince was seen outside a school, enjoying a cigar.
Six shot, three fatally, and this is NOT a national conversation? And at least two of the survivors had been shot in the head?
What are the possible explanations for NOT making this a national story?
1) It’s ‘workplace violence’. — the accused had worked there, was known to his victims, and another coworker had tried to get a restraining order against him.
2) It was a handgun, not a ‘scary black rifle’… let alone ‘assault’ rifle, so it wouldn’t help their gun-grabbing efforts.
3) Dude wasn’t the ‘white shooter’ they like their narratives to be about.
4) No way to leverage a preferred victim group.
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