VIDEO: Black Radio Host Who Saw the McKinney Pool Incident Drops Truth Bomb on Race Baiters
If you’ve gone anywhere near Facebook or Twitter in the past several days, you’ve no doubt heard about the McKinney, Texas, pool incident, which is apparently the greatest racial injustice since Rosa Parks (until, that is, the next social media-driven outrage).
Now, a radio host who was at the party and witnessed the confrontation between cops and African American teenagers has said that it was about “unruly teenagers” and not race. What kind of sick, white-privileged right-wing racist would say such a thing?
Wait, what? The radio host was black? Oh, uh … never mind.
Benét Embry, host of the eponymous “Benét Embry Radio Show,” went on CNN to explain that far from being racial, the fracas at the pool party was about “seven knuckleheads” who “ruined the whole thing for everybody.”
“I do not believe that this was about race,” Embry told the news network. “What this was a teenage party that got out of control.”
The radio host described the scene at the party in far different terms than were being used by the media.
“It was about 130 kids there, 100 good kids there just having a good time. Out of the 130, predominantly African American, seven knuckleheads ruined the whole thing for everybody,” Embry said. “That’s what this is all about. I don’t think — I do not believe that officer showed up to the subdivision with the intention, ‘I’m going to go out and swing black kids around.’ I do not believe that.”
He also added that the inaccurate and inflammatory press coverage has made life exceedingly difficult in McKinney.
“That’s not the way the community is set up. That’s not the community we live in,” Embry said. “So, amidst death threats that I have received and the banning of my radio show, my neighbor had to send his son away because he is receiving death threats.” (H/T Breitbart)
Typical leftist response: death threats for telling the truth.
It’s rather obvious the fix is in when it comes to the McKinney incident. Any sort of attempt at a narrative that doesn’t include white privilege and police brutality will be received as a contemptibly racist.
Nevertheless, there are now enough witness reports to indicate that this isn’t an incident of race, but simply one of unruly teenagers who refused to follow the instructions of law enforcement.
As Americans, it’s time that we demanded our media reported all viewpoints equally — including those that don’t fit their narrative, like that of Benét Embry.
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