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Homicides skyrocket across U.S. during pandemic, while robberies and rapes plummet 

 

In Greensboro, N.C., the violence has gotten so extreme that a shootout erupted in front of the county courthouse the other day, across the street from the sheriff’s office, leaving a 20-year-old man dead. Greensboro set a city record with 45 homicides last year, and, as of Friday, already had 54 this year.

“We’ve always had a level of gang activity,” Greensboro Police Chief Brian James said in an interview, “but it’s more prolific now. I’m not sure what’s changed, but the offenders are more bold than they’ve ever been.”

Some police commanders say the twin impacts of the coronavirus and civil uprisings against police violence caused them to redirect their officers away from proactive anti-crime programs, whether due to virus-related budget cuts or strategic redeployment of forces to handle the unrest. Other officials point to job loss and other stresses of the pandemic as fueling tension and leading to violence. And with many schools shuttered, police say, many areas have seen a rise in violence involving juveniles.

“We haven’t seen numbers like this since the ’90s,” said PERF Executive Director Chuck Wexler. “We’ve had 20 years of steady declines in crime. Is this just an aberration, or does this portend something for the future? This has been under the radar because of the pandemic, but something’s happening across the country in the most serious crimes. The next administration, they’re going to have to pay serious attention to this.”

Just sitting idle, and like my grandmother used to say, ‘Idle hands are the devil’s workshop.’ We’re seeing people dying of silliness, for no reason. A year ago, we weren’t seeing that.”

Homicides skyrocket across U.S. during pandemic, while robberies and rapes plummet

Children mimic street brutality in the playgrounds of Belarus

Tags: Chaos, Children, Choices, Crime, Cultural, Enforcement, Exploitation, Hate, Murder, Neglect, No Law, No more Heroes, No One Cares, Parental Crime, Police, Politics, Priorities, Racial Tension, Reckless, Revenge, Self Interest, Self-hatred, Statistics, Surge, Unruly Child, World, Worship, Youth

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21-Nov-2020


The Trump vote is rising among Blacks and Hispanics, despite the conventional wisdom 

 

In 2016, Donald Trump got a lower share of the white vote than the previous Republican nominee, Mitt Romney, and white turnout was stagnant as compared to 2012. Trump was able to win nonetheless because he got a higher share of Black and Hispanic voters than his predecessor — up roughly 3 percentage points with African Americans and 2 percentage points with Hispanics — helping tilt pivotal races in states such as Wisconsin, Ohio, Florida and Pennsylvania toward Trump.

That is, it was minorities, not whites, who proved more decisive for Trump’s victory.

Going into Election Day in 2020, Trump seems poised to do even better with minority voters. His gains in the polling have been highly consistent and broad-based among Blacks and Hispanics — with male voters and female voters, the young and the old, educated and uneducated. Overall, Trump is polling about 10 percentage points higher with African Americans than he did in 2016, and 14 percentage points higher with Hispanics.

It may be that many minority voters simply do not view some of his controversial comments and policies as racist. Too often, scholars try to test whether something is racist by looking exclusively at whether the rhetoric or proposals they disagree with resonate with whites. They frequently don’t even bother to test whether they might appeal to minorities, as well.

The Trump vote is rising among Blacks and Hispanics, despite the conventional wisdom

These gay voters are backing Trump. Here’s why.

Tags: Activism, Choices, Cultural, Environment, Leaders, LGBTQ, Racial Tension, Statistics, Voting

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02-Nov-2020


For fifth year in a row, hate crimes rise in Orange County — and by 24% 

 

From slurs to physical confrontations, hate crimes in Orange County rose in 2019 for the fifth year in a row, and by a huge leap, 24%.

A majority of the crimes involved the perpetrator attacking the victim for his or her race, national origin or ethnicity.

Although Black people constitute less than 2% of Orange County’s nearly 3.2 million residents, they were the most targeted racial group, according to the report.

Among the hate crimes motivated by religious prejudice, members of the Jewish community were the primary targets, representing about two-thirds of 44 hate incidents, followed by Catholics, other Christians and Muslims, according to the report. Among crimes related to victims’ sexual orientation and gender identity, a majority of the cases were antigay, followed by antifemale and antitransgender.

For fifth year in a row, hate crimes rise in Orange County — and by 24%

Tags: Crime, Cultural, Hate, Homophobia, Hostility, Humiliation, Judgment, LGBTQ, Politics, Racism, Rampage, Reaction, Self Interest, Statistics, Violence

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23-Oct-2020


LGBT+ hate crimes rising faster than any other group 

 

Most hate crimes go unpunished

Overall hate crimes have risen by 8% in 2019 to 2020. They now stand at 105,090 cases a year, almost double their 2015 to 2016 level of 57,676 cases. However, LGBT+ Brits have been hit by the steepest rises again.

By contrast to the LGBT+ rises, religious hate crimes were actually down by 5% in the last 12 month period.

Meanwhile racially-motivated hate was up by 6% and hate crimes based on disability were up by 9%.

Over half (53%) of the hate crimes the police recorded were for public order offences. A further third (38%) were for violence against the person. Five per cent were criminal damage and arson offences.

Meanwhile the figures also reveal that most victims who report hate crime never get to see justice.

LGBT+ hate crimes rising faster than any other group

Tags: Crime, Hate, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Statistics, Travel, Violence, World

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13-Oct-2020


LGBTQ themes found in half of the past decade's 20 most-banned books 

 

Books with LGBTQ themes — from popular children's book “And Tango Makes Three” to Pulitzer Prize-winner “The Color Purple” — are prominently featured on the American Library Association’s newly released list of the Top 100 Most Banned and Challenged Books of the past decade.

Titles with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer themes, including “George” by Alex Gino, “I Am Jazz” by Jazz Jennings and Jessica Herthel, and “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” by Stephen Chbosky, composed half of the list’s top 20 and about a quarter of the top 100.

LGBTQ themes found in half of the past decade's 20 most-banned books

Tags: Ban, Book, Children, Cultural, Literatrure, Parental Burden, Politics, Profiling, Statistics, Youth

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29-Sep-2020


Poll reveals 61% of black Americans want the police to remain in their neighborhoods - despite calls to defund them 

 

The findings come in a poll by Gallup which also found that 61% want the police presence in their neighborhoods to remain the same despite calls to defund and reform policing across the country.

The majority of black Americans want to retain their local police force and for officers to spend the same amount of time in their neighborhoods as they currently do.

The poll suggests that roughly equal proportions of black Americans would also like the police to spend more time in their area (20%) as those who would like them to spend less time there (19%).

The figures are relatively similar to those in other demographics with 71% of white Americans and 67% of all U.S. adults wanting to retain the status quo, including 71% of white Americans.

Poll reveals 61% of black Americans

Tags: Community, Police, Statistics, Support

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06-Aug-2020


Feminism Has ‘Gone Too Far’, Say 50 Percent of Gen Z Men 

 

Half of young men believe that feminism has “gone too far and makes it harder for men to succeed”, according to a new report from anti-extremism charity HOPE not hate.

Sam Smethers, chief executive of feminist charity The Fawcett Society told VICE News: “This data is consistent with previous Fawcett research which found that there is a significant proportion of young men who feel threatened by feminism and also that younger men are more likely than older men to describe themselves as feminists, so opinion is polarised.”

Feminism Has ‘Gone Too Far’, Say 50 Percent of Gen Z Men

Tags: Backlash, Fear, Feminism, Men, Mental Health, Relationships, Sex, Statistics, Survival, Treatment, Women In Charge

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03-Aug-2020


At least 17 people shot in NYC on Monday as gun violence continues to soar 

 

At least 17 people were shot in New York City on Monday — a tally that would be considered high for a weekend day, but is “astronomical” for early in the week, law enforcement sources said.

No borough was spared from the gunplay, but Brooklyn saw the most violence with 10 shooting incidents and a total of 12 victims, sources said.

“Those numbers would be high for a Friday or Saturday, but for a Monday they are astronomical,” said one high-ranking Brooklyn cop.

NY Post

Authorities building case against Bronx man who put NYPD officer in headlock

Two boys, ages 12 and 15, wounded in separate NYC shootings

White couple are arrested after 'attacking 59-year-old black hotel worker and repeatedly calling her a monkey'

Leftists go berserk at protest, surround and smash up car — and it turns out driver has cerebral palsy

Bronx man charged for stabbing pair of elderly straphangers on subway

UFC fighter Devonte Smith’s sister shot and killed outside nightclub in Ohio

Man Who Reported Girlfriend Missing Now Charged With Her Murder After Blood Was Found 'All Over' Home Where She Was Last Seen

Two thugs tried to rob a gay couple in a hate-filled, homophobic mugging – but it backfired spectacularly

2 killed, including 15-year-old boy, in Queens shooting

Tags: Accident, Activism, Arrest, Attack, Celebrity, Chaos, Children, Club/Bar, Crime, Disabled, Employment, Environment, Family, Fighting Back, Guns, Hotel, Minors, Murder, Police, Protest, Racial Tension, Racism, Rampage, Relationships, Sports, Statistics, Surge, Theft, Video, Violence, Woman's Rights, Youth

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14-Jul-2020


Cuomo dismisses AOC’s claims about NYC crime uptick and rent struggles: ‘It is factually impossible’ 
 

Cuomo took aim at the Democratic congresswoman representing parts of Queens and the Bronx after he was asked during a press briefing in Manhattan about her recent claim that the crime spike could be connected to New Yorkers having a hard time making rent amid the coronavirus pandemic.

“It is factually impossible that somebody committed a crime so they could pay their rent,” the governor said, noting that the recent crime uptick is dominated by shootings and other violent offenses.

MSN

Chicago Records 1,901 Shooting Victims So Far This Year, 1,460 Since Lockdown Began

A 9-Year-Old Boy Was Shot Four Times While Making TikToks With His Siblings

1-year-old killed, 3 injured in shooting near New York City playground

Man found in Charlotte gas station parking lot was shot and killed, police say

Horowitz: Man accused of murdering 11-year-old at July 4 BBQ in DC was released under coronavirus jailbreak

Men suspected of Holocaust survivor's murder will go on trial in Paris

Pandemic, racism compound worries about black suicide rate

'Everybody talks about Black Lives Matter, what about baby lives?': Gran of one-year-old boy shot dead in stroller near playground in latest NYC gun violence demands an end to the deadly shootings

Empire actor Bryshere Gray faces domestic violence charges after 'strangling his wife until she passed out and then barricading himself in his home overnight when police arrived to investigate'

Tags: All Rights, Backlash, Celebrity, Chaos, Children, Crime, Cultural, Domestic Violence, Environment, Fear, Guns, Hate, Ignorance, Injury, Marriage, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Murder, No Punishment, Parental Burden, Politics, Release, Religion, Safety, Seniors, Statistics, Stereotype, Study, Suicide, Surge, Truth, Victims, Violence, Warning, Women, World, Youth

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13-Jul-2020


National Sexual Assault Hotline sees record demand during pandemic. Many reaching out are children. 

 

Many of them call when they feel there is nowhere else to turn.

The girl whose brother was brought home by the pandemic and began to abuse her again. The victim separated from her favorite teacher after a coronavirus-related school closure. The child who urgently needed help calling 911.

As the coronavirus pandemic has engulfed the country, more children are reaching out to the Rape Abuse and Incest National Network's National Sexual Assault Hotline, which said this week it's experiencing its highest demand for services in its 26-year history. In May and June, half of visitors to RAINN's online hotline, which sees some of the most urgent cases, were minors.

"Their safety net collapsed during this period," said RAINN president Scott Berkowitz. "Normally the first people to spot signs of abuse are adults outside the immediate family. Teachers and guidance counselors and the parents of friends. Once kids were cut off from that support group, we've seen in a lot of states that reports to child abuse authorities have declined."

USA Today

Simple Plan Bassist Quits Following Sexual Misconduct Allegations

St Andrews University is hit by wave of sexual assault claims: Fraternity 'suspends two members' after 'multiple' allegations

Mass. Gymnastics Coach Charged With Rape of Teen in Stow

Man Charged With Murdering 13-Year-Old Sexually Assaulted Her Corpse Before Burning Her Body, Police Say

Tags: Accusation, Awareness, Celebrity, Child Abuse, Children, College, Domestic Violence, Education, Employment, Environment, Family, Frats, Inhumanity, Injury, Minors, Murder, Neglect, Parental Crime, Rape, Relationships, Safety, Sex, Sexual Abuse, Sports, Statistics, Students, Surge, Teacher, Termination, Violence, Women, Youth

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11-Jul-2020


How Lies Of Systemic Police Racism Fuel The War On Cops 
 

The big lie that American policing is systemically racist poses an existential threat to the rule of law, racial harmony, and the social fabric of the United States of America. This dangerously false narrative is a complete fabrication, manufactured and perpetuated by an alliance of loud and powerful voices. These include the mainstream advocacy media, Antifa anarchist and terrorists, Black Lives Matter, woke Hollywood celebrities, university elites, activist professional athletes and many politicians.

No one, starting with the police themselves, wants bad cops. Police who commit crimes cannot be tolerated and must be held accountable. But while the gross police misconduct and killing of Mr. Floyd was terrible, it was also an exceedingly rare incident. Despite this fact, the media, Black Lives Matter, Antifa and politicians claim that American policing as an institution is systemically racist—but this is a proven lie.

The most definitive study to-date, published by the National Academy of Sciences, shows that 55% of all people fatally shot in America by the police are white — more than double the number of black (27%) or Hispanics (19%). And while black citizens make up 27% of the people shot and killed by the police despite making up only 14% of the U.S. population, the racial disparities in police shootings are not caused by racism. Analysis of crime data from more than 200 U.S. counties show the strongest predictor of being shot by the police is not race, but whether the person is engaging in violent criminal behavior. Just this week, the study was retracted by its authors–not because any of the data was faulty, but because they didn’t like how it was being used, to the embarrassment of BLM and their media allies.

The authors of the NAS study concluded that racial disparities in rates of police shootings are entirely consistent with the rates at which individuals of different races are accused by victims of committing violent crimes. Consequently, the greater number of crimes committed by white people in a county, the more likely white people will be shot by the police. The greater number of crimes committed by black people in a county, the more likely it is that black people will be shot by the police. The same is true for Hispanics. As this writer noted in November 2019, if anyone is sincerely looking for a guaranteed way to reduce the number of fatal police shootings for any racial group, the answer is simple: Don’t commit crime.

The Jewish Voice

Man charged with fatal May shooting in Englewood

Chicago police launch new effort to reduce crime by building trust

Suspect arrested in ‘unprovoked attack’ on Macy’s manager

Feds kick off crime-fighting effort in Kansas City by disrespecting local leaders

3 deputies shot in deadly attack released from hospital

National Police Assoc. launches petition urging Palo Alto to remove fugitive from Black Lives Matter mural

Hate crimes rose in Idaho last year, state police say. This city had the most reported

‘He murdered someone, but he’s cute’: TikTokers are writing prisoners to find love

Florida Man's Racist Rant at California Bartender Caught on Video

Tags: $, Activism, All Rights, Americans, Art Deletion, Celebration, Celebrity, Crime, Cultural, Environment, Guns, Hate, Injury, Murder, Parental Crime, Politics, Safety, Sex, Social Media, Statistics, Support, Truth, Video, Violence, Women, Youth

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10-Jul-2020


New poll shows very few Americans want to defund police 

 

A new poll found that many more Americans want funding for police to increase or stay the same than those that want police to be defunded.

Black Lives Matter protesters and activists have made the defunding of police forces a central platform of their political demands.

A Pew poll released on Thursday shows that few Americans support the policy.

A plurality of Americans, 42%, said that they want the funding for police to stay the same. Another 31% of Americans said they want funding for police to increase.

The Blaze

Clarence Thomas's wife criticized her town's 'Black Lives Matter' banner: report

Man Arrested in Miami Beach for Allegedly Harassing Beachgoers With a Knife

Man who flies Nazi flag from his car to show he is in ‘total opposition of Black Lives Matter’ claims he was attacked because of it

Pat Robertson prophesies (again) that God will destroy America if LGBTQ people get any (more) rights

Tags: $, Americans, Art Deletion, Crime, Defund, Guns, Harassment, Leaders, LGBTQ, Murder, Police, Preference, Religion, Safety, Statistics, Supremacy, Surge, Threat, Weapon

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09-Jul-2020


The Straight Men Who Have Sex with Trans Women 

 

Matt's first sexual experience with a trans woman was in 1987, with a girl he picked up on the West Side Highway. This stretch of New York road runs parallel to the Hudson River, from the southern harbors of Manhattan to the Upper West Side. It used to be an infamous pickup spot for trans sex workers. Though Matt loved the sex itself, it wasn't long after orgasm that he felt a throat-clenching sense of anxiety. "I was driving her back and I was so nervous, 'Is someone going to see me?' Absolute fear—HIV, Did I give myself HIV? I was so afraid [thinking of] how I'd tell anybody."

"The women that work in the sex trade have a wall," he explained. "I guess it's because of men. I don't know if it's all of them, but the ones that use the girls. Most men aren't willing to give the same that they give to a cisgender woman." Even guys who aren't hung up on their sexuality seem hesitant to take trans women seriously. While researching this story, I trolled Craigslist for other trans amorous men. Only one man, Alex, answered my request for an interview. He was very clear: "I was not worried it made me gay at all," he wrote. "[Having sex with trans women] has had no bearing on my identity as a straight male." Like Matt, Alex also discovered his attraction to trans women through pornography. He was 22 at the time, and he's now in his late thirties. While he claims never to have grappled with shame, he did affirm the taboo of his attraction. "I certainly wouldn't have told my friends," he said.

Vice

Transgender murders are 'rampant' in 2020: Human Rights Campaign counts 21 so far, nearly matching total of a year ago

Tags: Cis Men, Men Not In Charge, Murder, Privacy, Sex, Sex Identity, Sex Worker, Shame, Statistics, Trans, Violence

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09-Jul-2020


Georgia teen charged with killing her 66-year-old grandmother 

 

A Georgia teen has been charged with murdering her grandmother, authorities said.

Alisha Kianna Pompey, 17, was arrested early Monday after Fayette County deputies found the teen’s grandmother, 66-year-old Dorothy Pompey, dead in the family’s residence at the Four Seasons Mobile Home Park, The Citizen reports.

Deputies were sent to the location for a medical call, but investigators determined domestic violence factored in the elderly woman’s death, Sheriff Barry Babb told the newspaper.

NY Post

Man Who Killed Seattle Protester Charged With Homicide, Reckless Driving

Attorney blasts DA for saying use of force in Akbar Rogers' arrest was justified

Hit-and-run driver who plowed into protesters at anti-lynching rally arrested in Indiana

Five People Arrested in Pop Smoke Murder Investigation

Zion Williamson Accused of Accepting $400K for Marketing Rights While at Duke

Man shot after gunfire erupts in Bronx street following argument

29-year-old man fatally shot on Upper West Side

Calif. Girl, 13, Was Allegedly Killed After Resisting Sexual Advances of Man She Talked to Online

One Day After Mocking ‘Right-Wing’ Media For Reporting On Crime, CNN’s Cuomo Admits Homicides Are Rising – But Blames It On States Reopening

Tags: $, Accusation, Arrest, Charge, Children, Court, Crime, Education, Family, Guns, Injury, Journalism, Laws, Misconduct, Murder, Music, Parental Burden, Police, Racial Tension, Rape, Safety, Seniors, Sex, Sports, Statistics, Surge, Tragedy, Video, Violence, Women, Youth

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09-Jul-2020


BLACK NYPD OFFICER
MOCKS CAUTIOUS POLICING TACTICS
... D.L. Hughley Goes Off 
 

The officer, whose video's been reposted on social media, does an impersonation of how he thinks cops are expected to act and carry themselves post-George Floyd.

Long story short ... he's basically doing the most to make it seem like cops have no power or authority anymore, and that they have to be totally soft on criminals they encounter.

The officer improv'd an entire skit for friends, presumably cops, who you can hear laughing in the background. He acts out making an arrest while taking extra care not to offend the suspect or handle them roughly.

TMZ

Shootings in New York increased 130% in June compared to last year

VIDEO: Black Lives Matter protester punches black reported Trump supporter in the face — immediately gets arrested

Iowa governor says state trooper who 'hit' BLM protester was justified in his actions: He 'acted appropriately'

Tags: Arrest, Backlash, Parody, Police, Statistics, Surge, Terror, Theft, Threat, Video, Violence

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