Dear CNN: Is This A ‘Hate Crime?’

Written by K. Walker on May 18, 2021

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A four-year-old boy was kidnapped, murdered, and dumped on the street as though his life meant nothing. Is it a “hate crime?”

Darriynn Brown, 18, has been arrested and charged with kidnapping and theft, and is expected to face additional charges in the death of 4-year old Cash Gernon pending forensic analysis.

A four-year-old boy was found stabbed to death on a Dallas street after he was allegedly abducted from his bed by a teen now facing charges for kidnapping.

A jogger came across the body of Cash Gernon in the city’s Mountain Creek neighborhood at around 7am Saturday, Assistant Police Chief Albert Martinez said, adding that it appeared the child suffered a violent death from an ‘edged weapon’.

Antwainese Square, 39, was the one who found Cash’s body and called the police.

Here is Square speaking to the local news about the grisly discovery:

Early reports had several details incorrect which were corrected by Dallas police on Monday. Initial reports stated that Brown had been wearing an ankle monitor, but that was incorrect. What was also incorrectly stated was that Cash had been abducted from his mother’s home, but that wasn’t the case.

Dallas police issued an update on Monday afternoon which claimed that a woman named Monica Sherrod had been misidentified by the media as Cash’s mom. It’s unclear whether Sherrod is the woman who spoke to WFAA.

‘Cash was left in the care of Ms. Sherrod by his father unbeknownst to his biological mother, Ms. Melinda Seagroves,’ the release said.

‘According to Ms. Sherrod, she has not been able to contact the father since his departure from her residence in March 2021.’

The release further explained that Seagroves – the biological mother of Cash and his twin brother – ‘has been conducting an extensive search for her sons for an extended amount of time’.

Police said Cash’s twin has since been reunited with Seagroves.

The woman who identified herself as Cash’s mother had told WFAA that the twin was in state custody.
Source: Daily Mail

Here is the WFAA report:

A 4-year old child is senselessly murdered in a random act of evil…but is it a “hate crime?”

It seems to be a classic case of that — the victim is one race, the perpetrator is another. But you know that the Corporate Media would never call this horrific act a “hate crime.” Even though they won’t admit it, we all exactly know why that is.

And yet, what else could you call it? It’s not like the accused had a beef with the 4-year old child that (allegedly) he killed.

Why do leftists and their Corporate Media shills believe that some crimes are more heinous than others simply because of the race of the victim and that of the perpetrator? Sometimes evil is just evil, period.

The instinct to inject racism as the cause for all evil acts denies that there are other causes. For example, the prosecutor in Atlanta is seeking hate-crimes charges and the death penalty for the Atlanta Spa shooter simply because he’s white and most of his victims were Asian. The shooter himself said that he was motivated by a sex addiction he couldn’t control and these rub’n’tug places were sources of temptation for him, but the D.A. is going for a “hate crime” charge anyway.

Do you think the hacks in the Corporate Media and the (likely) “woke” D.A.’s office will call this kidnapping and killing of little Cash Gernon by Darriynn Brown a “hate crime” even though it was the cold-blooded murder of a child?

Me neither.

Some crimes just don’t fit the narrative.

ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll