I’m Not Watching the Minnesota Movie

by Jack Cashill
American Thinker

I have not watched any of the videos out of Minneapolis or listened to any of the commentary. I have not watched because I resent having to watch only one genre over and over again. This is the genre in which a white antagonist, presumed guilty at the outset, kills or injures a black protagonist, presumed innocent.

More than 15,000 Americans were murdered in 2019, but no movies for national release were made about blacks killing blacks, the most common scenario. Nor were any made about blacks killing whites, Hispanics, or Asians. In fact, these movies are generally suppressed.

No, only one genre of movie is allowed. In recent years, we have seen the Trayvon movie; the Ferguson movie; the Baltimore movie; and, for comic relief, the Jussie Smollett movie among others. The most lethal of the movies was the one filmed in Ferguson. The most dishonest one was the Trayvon movie, filmed on location in Florida.

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