There tends to be a disconnect between what humans perceive and reality; one example of this can be seen with police-on-black homicides involving police officers shooting unarmed black men. The above figure shows that many people think a large number of unarmed black men were fatally shot by police officers in the United States in the year 2021; in reality, the documented number was 11.
Always coming through with a great read and providing receipts.
The lies around the BLM narrative, in conjunction with the lies around COVID, were what moved my political views sharply rightwards in recent years. Once you learn that you've been lied to, and especially when you see how much devastation and upheaval those lies have caused, the healthy response to the liars is anger, condemnation, and a refusal to grant creedence to anything else they say. I cannot wrap my mind around the fact that many folks, when they realized they've been lied to, just double down and move the goalposts and perform whatever mental gymnastics are needed to justify the lies.
Where is your source that there were only 11 black people killed by police last year? I've seen sources listing over 200.
Great piece on the disconnect between perception and reality. I touched on this briefly when analyzing how activists, the media, and politicians keep "white supremacy" alive. I'd love to get your input.
Thank you for bringing this up. You are correct. When I went to watch that video of those men holding that innocent guy up beating him a fed driver. He did nothing! The camera that caught that above!!!!! It's the first time I was not able to watch a crime scene video without seriously getting so flipping mad. His mother, he was blocks away from home. Where the flip does that come from???? That was one of the worst things I have ever seen
Because Bolshevik Lies Murder.