“The videos he posted frequently devolved into outbursts of homophobia, misogyny and offensive comments about Black people, Hispanic people and white people,” the New York Times writes about Frank James, the suspect in the subway terrorist attack. “Mr. James, who is Black, directed much of his hatred toward Black people, whom he often blamed for the way they were treated in the United States.” CNN echoes the claim. James “repeatedly espoused hatred toward African Americans.”
That will come as a surprise to anyone who watched any significant portion of James’ YouTube rants. Though he does spew hate about some black people, particularly black women, he often returns to and espouses themes of black nationalism. In one video, he says “what happened in Europe with the Jews” could happen to blacks in America. He suggests that Russia’s war on Ukraine is a prelude to using nuclear weapons to wipe out black people. “Ultimately at the end of the day, they kill and commit genocide against each other. What do you think they gonna do to your black ass?” He concludes that “white people and black people, as we call ourselves, should not have any contact with each other.”
James is unhinged, but do you think the media would treat a white killer’s bouillabaisse of paranoia as “Oh, he hates everyone”? You think they would ignore him reposting memes that said “O black Jesus kill all the whiteys” if the races were reversed? Hell, no. Just as they did with Darrell Brooks, the man charged with driving through a Wisconsin Christmas parade, the press is eager to bury a black suspect’s anti-white statements and ignore them as a possible motivation. We don’t know what will be revealed in court. Considering that his victims were of all racial backgrounds, it appears that James is simply a nihilist, obsessed with hatred and killing. But pretending that James didn’t praise the Nation of Islam or predict there would be a race war is nothing more that biased journalism. To the woke, only whites can be racists, and any evidence to the contrary must be ignored.