It’s “bad home training,” Don Lemon says.
It’s not “pure evil” when four thugs kidnap, attack and brutalize a mentally disabled young man for 48 hours and film it live for the world to see.
That’s “bad home training,” the CNN announcer said.
Take a look:
— Νia☆КГБ Ηαcκεr☆ (@nia4_trump) January 5, 2017
“I don’t think it’s evil,” he said. “I think it’s young people and I think they have bad home training.”
But Don Lemon’s not the only one who doesn’t think this is such a big deal.
Racially-confused BLM agitator Shaun King has decided he’s not going to say anything in defense of this poor kid – because he’s white and the assailants were black.
He doesn’t come out and say that, but if you read his lame excuse, that’s effectively what he’s saying:
The simple reason why I won't be fighting for justice for the young man who was assaulted in Chicago. https://t.co/2PWmJ0WHXn
— Shaun King (@ShaunKing) January 5, 2017
So no, I won’t be writing angry tweets about what these folk did in Chicago. They are already in jail. They will be punished, I am sure, to the fullest extent of the law, but I’ve written about case after case after case of drug offenses and incidents of sexual assault and even murders committed by white folk where the system gave them a helping hand. The Stanford swimmer, Brock Turner, who was caught in the act of raping a woman, but spent a summer in jail for it instead of the 10 to 20 years he deserved, comes to mind.
Here’s the full CNN segment with Don “Bad Home Training” Lemon: