WaPo downplays Black mass shooter in Tulsa with fake claim about Whites “killing hundreds” of Blacks in 1921

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Update: The mass shooter was now been identified as Micheal Louis. He first targeted Dr. Preston Phillips, a Black male who he accused of botching his back surgery. Then he killed two other female employees and a male patient. They include Dr. Stephanie Husen, Amanda Glenn, William Love.

A spree shooter killed four people in the orthopedic wing of a hospital in Tulsa. Afterwards, the shooter committed suicide. Currently, police have only described him as a “Black male aged 35-40.” The victims have only been identified as being over the age of 18.

The Washington Post downplayed the quadruple murder with the following statements:

The shooting came on the 101st anniversary of another horrible event in Tulsa, when a White mob pillaged a Black neighborhood, killing hundreds in one of the worst episodes of racial violence in the nation’s history.

As the hospital shooting unfolded, funerals were commencing in Uvalde after a gunman killed 19 students and two teachers at Robb Elementary School. And in New York, a White man accused of killing 10 people at a Buffalo grocery store on May 14 was indicted on 25 counts, including domestic terrorism and murder as a hate crime, authorities said. Payton Gendron, 18, burst into a Tops Friendly Markets store and shot 13 people — 11 of them Black, investigators said.

Buried at the bottom of the Washington Post article, beneath these statements, the Washington Post finally describes the Tulsa shooter as a “Black male.”

The claim that White people killed hundreds of Black people in Tulsa is a complete work of fiction. The race riots in Tulsa began as an organized arm attack on a jailhouse by Black residents. This led to a major gun battle. A total of thirty-six people were killed. Twenty-six were Black, and ten were White. During the Rodney King riots in Los Angeles, sixty-one people were killed. During the nationwide George Floyd riots, at least thirty-five were killed.

Many decades after the event, Black activists began floating conspiracies about a secret mass grave. The city of Tulsa has allowed them to conduct excavations for years, but no mass grave has ever been found.

Also, notice that the Washington Post describes the Latino mass shooter in Uvalde as a “gunman” while the mass shooter in Buffalo is described as a “White man.”

Related: New York City politician blames “White Supremacy” for the Black mass shooter in Tulsa.

Related: In 2021, of the 62 deadliest mass shootings in the United States, at least 57.8% have a Black suspect.

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