Let's pretend there is no connection between police morale and arrests. Let's ignore the fact that increase in violent crime is almost exclusively in black areas. Let's pretend we believe that black lives matter while supporting cultural Marxism philosophies that lead to increased deaths in black communities.
Let's pass the buck by supposing the increase must be related to loose gun control, white privilege, or poverty. Let's ignore the fact that millions of black kids have no father figure and are raised by moms who treat them like pets; feed them, bed them, and let them run through the neighborhood like packs of feral dogs.
Let's scratch our heads in bewilderment, not because we truly care, but we are forced to admit an unpleasant reality that cannot be hidden. Let's bide our time until social engineers concoct a credible sounding but unsubstantiated 'blame white privilege' scenario.
Let's wait for Oprah to produce a white-guilt movie that explains why white people are the core cause of the black crime wave.
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Police departments across the country that have spent years boasting about plummeting crime numbers are now scrambling to confront something many agencies have not seen in decades: more bloodshed.
Houston, St. Louis, New Orleans and Baltimore have all seen significant spikes in the number of homicides this year. The totals are up in New York and Chicago, too.
In Los Angeles, the number of slayings dropped slightly, but the number of shooting victims jumped more than 18 percent. And in Milwaukee, a homicide on Wednesday put the total for the year at 84 - just two fewer than happened in all of 2014.
Peter Scharf is a professor at Louisiana State University who tracks homicides in New Orleans. He says New Orleans is in "scary territory."
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