New Orleans Mass Shooting Glossed Over by Fake News Because It Doesn’t Fit Anti-White Narrative

A mass shooting that occurred in New Orleans, LA over the weekend is largely being ignored by the fake news media seemingly because the shooting was committed by an African-American male.

The gruesome footage of the vicious crime can be seen here:

The shooting occurred on Sunday morning, and ten people were wounded as a result. It has left two of the victims in critical condition, and several are still hospitalized. Police officers were nearby and believed they were being fired upon, but the alleged motive of the shooting is believed to be a street feud. One person was apprehended by law enforcement and then released, but the shooter is still at large.

“This is a terrible event on a weekend meant to celebrate the traditions of two wonderful Louisiana Institutions. I hope for a speedy recovery for the victims and will work closely with the administration to provide any support necessary to them and their families,” city councilwoman Kristin Gisleson Palmer said in a statement.

“I also commend the officers who responded immediately to the scene and call on anyone with information on the event or perpetrators come forward immediately to assist in the investigation. Our city and police department have made unprecedented strides in combating violent crime, and holding these individual(s) accountable is critical to continuing that progress,” she added.

While this shooting in New Orleans was either completely ignored or severely underreported by the fake news, mass shootings over the summer in Dayton, OH and El Paso, TX received wall-to-wall coverage and were exploited for weeks. They hoped to gin up a nonexistent “white terror” hysteria and push to destroy the 2nd Amendment of the Constitution.

Unfortunately, their efforts were largely successful as members of both political parties have coalesced behind red flag laws to strip gun owners of due process:

Marco Rubio is warming up to the idea of bipartisan gun control.

In an article for the New York Times, Rubio called for the introduction of a bipartisan red-flag law.

Red flag laws give law enforcement the authority to confiscate firearms from an individual who is deemed to be a threat to themselves or others without any form of due process.

17 states currently have this law on the books.

On the first day of the current Congress, Rubio “reintroduced bipartisan legislation with Senators Susan Collins, Republican of Maine; Jack Reed, Democrat of Rhode Island; and Angus King, independent of Maine.”

Rubio believes that there is a “consensus around red-flag legislation developing in real time.” He praised “Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina, and Senator Richard Blumenthal, Democrat of Connecticut, who have publicly voiced support for enacting a law that would provide financial incentives to states to adopt red-flag laws.”

In the aftermath of these mass shootings, the fake news media shows itself more than any other time to be the enemy of the people with their divisive and race-baiting coverage.

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