Five mass shootings in one day: 7 dead, 28 wounded. What do all five have in common?

Patterns clearly emerge

America experienced five mass shootings on April 10th

Illegal nightclub in Indianapolis:

A fight broke out during a birthday party at an unlicensed nightclub Indianapolis, Indiana. The former site of Ovation Audio was being used as a hookah club. Belansky Fanord was killed and five others were wounded. No suspect has been named. The shooting occurred in census tract 310311, which is listed as 57% Black and 29% White.

Neighborhood shooting in Baton Rouge:

Four people shot along a neighborhood street in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. No details on victims or a suspect. It occurred in census tract 000300, which is listed as 93% Black.

Hip Hop nightclub in Cedar Rapids:

Two people were killed and another ten injured at the Taboo Nightclub and Lounge in Cedar Rapids, IA. The suspect is Timothy Rush, a Black male. The fatalities are a Black male and a Black female. Cedar Rapids is only 8% Black.

House party in Elgin:

Two Black males were killed, and another four people were injured at a house party in an Elgin, Illinois apartment complex. No suspect has been named by media. Elgin is only 8% Black.

Drive-by shooting in Willowbrook:

Two Black males were killed and another five people were injured during a drive-by shooting in Willowbrook, California. No suspects have been named. This is an unincorporated community in Los Angeles County. The shooting took place in census tract 541200, which is 68% Black.

American media and schools continue to claim anti-White conspiracy theories such as “White privilege” and “systemic racism” prevent Black communities from succeeding. Maybe it is the entrenched violence in the Black community. This violence began accelerating in tandem with the nationwide BLM riots in 2020. It has continued surging in 2021 and 2022.

We are supposed to believe that poverty causes violence and White people cause Black poverty. Both of these inflammatory claims immediately crumble when held up to any scrutiny.

Also, notice that all of these shootings fit the profile of a spur of the moment, “no impulse control” shooting.