NBC News Refuses to Point Out the Common Denominator Between All the Violence - Black People Pulling the Trigger
Willing to bet every one of these 16 shootings at high school football games across the United States of America in 2023 have all involved a black shooter (remember, in 2015, the Brookings Institute published the definitive on race and gun crime in America, Guns and race: The different worlds of black and white Americans). Actually, it should be a bet made available on Fan Duel or Draft Kings: how many shootings will there be this weekend at high school football games? [Friday night lights under fire: High school football games are being blitzed by gun violence: Its definitely the worst I can remember in 35 years as a teacher, coach, leader in sports, said Karissa Niehoff of the National Federation of State High School Associations., NBC News, September 16, 2023]:
Gun violence is threatening to dim Friday night lights and endangering a beloved national pastime high school football games.
This season alone, there have already been at least 16 shootings, resulting in two deaths and 13 people wounded at games across the country, according to the K-12 School Shooting Database, which has been tracking this data since the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, in 2018.