Chicago brags about giving out fewer citations to “Blacks & Browns”

As Black & Brown motor vehicle fatalities surge wildly

Black motor vehicle accident [MVA] fatalities surged all across America during the nationwide BLM riots. This is because law enforcement agencies were ordered to stand down and give fewer traffic citations to Black violators.

In 2014, the White MVA death rate was 11.9 per 100k. The Black rate was actually lower at 11.6. In 2020, the White rate was 12.8 and the Black rate was 18.4 per 100k. The Black MVA death rate has exploded as a direct result of progressive policies that are touted as “pro-Black.”

Nationwide MVA death rate increases from 2019 to 2021 according to the CDC:

Black: 37.8%
Mixed-race: 30.0%
A. Indian: 29.6%
Hispanic: 29.7%
All races: 20.2%
Asian: 14.0%
White: 11.9%

The city of Chicago has published a new racial equity report, boasting that the number of citations issued to “Black and Brown” residents was systematically reduced in 2020, 2021, and 2022.

Alongside this systematic stand down of enforcement against non-Whites, is an explosion in the number of Black and Brown residents dying in motor vehicle accidents in the city.

Between 2018 and 2021 Cook County MVA fatalities increased:

Blacks: 116%
Latinos: 46%
Whites: 6%

Cook County MVA Deaths – All Races
Cook County MVA Deaths – Blacks
Cook County MVA Deaths – Latinos
Cook County MVA Deaths – Whites

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