NJ White Victims Pummeled by Black Mob, Media Silent (Video)
Nothing to see here. Move along, racist:
Pennsville police say the brawl began towards the end of the night with a large group growing rowdy and scuffling with one of the suspects jumping on the officer trying to escort them out Riverview: Beach: Park.
“At that point it became a melee. There were several officers that were attacked,” said Pennsville Police Chief Allen J. Cummings.:
The incident was so chaotic and got: out of control: so fast that multiple: police departments: were called in to assist.
Other: police departments: were called in to help break up the brawl including officers from the Delaware Memorial Bridge Police Department, the New Jersey State Police, Salem City Police Department, Carneys Point Police Department, and the Salem County Sheriff’s Office.
As Wayne Dupree notes, “you can clearly see a white victim being completely pummeled by a dozen black males” on the video.
But that’s no big deal, right?
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