Monday, February 05, 2024 by Ava Grace
InfoWars founder Alex Jones has denounced the biased mainstream media (MSM) for highlighting anti-White violence and prejudice.
The independent journalist and freedom fighter recently shed light on an increase in racially motivated attacks, which were predominantly Black-on-White violence. The MSM, he added, is emphasizing these incidents to push divisive narratives.
“There are just tons of these videos every day,” Jones said before showing a video of one such incident. “Standard deal – stomp on their head until somebody is dead.”
According to the InfoWars founder, the MSM has been consistently spotlighting these incidents. These, in turn, fuel divisive tribalism and obscure broader crime statistics.
“I see these clips of murders of White people every day. Shot in the back of the head, run over, beaten to death – you see it all the time. And when it happens, the media tries to cover it up. When I posted a video that got millions of views from a local newscast, leftists went on my X account and said that I was being racist,” he said.
“I am not putting this out to demonize Black people in general. I don’t care if it’s a White lady or a Black lady – I care about an innocent [person] being murdered. I don’t care it it’s a White baby or a Black baby being aborted; I am against it.
“But the point is that corporate media is trying to hide this because they are the ones promoting it. They are the ones pushing it.”
It appears that Jones’ remarks not only apply to the mainstream media, but also to the academe. Even if a study is color-blind, i.e. it has no bias toward one race, there must always still be a racial issue to foment.
Back in 2020, Michigan State University (MSU) professor Stephen Hsu was forced to step down from his position after noting in a study that police shootings aren’t biased against Blacks. Prior to his resignation, Hsu had been MSU’s vice president for research and graduate studies.
MSU’s Graduate Employees Union (GEU) spearheaded the calls for the professor’s ouster. Hsu meanwhile defended himself, telling the College Fix in an email: “The GEU alleged that I am a racist because I interviewed MSU psychology professor Joe Cesario, who studies police shootings.” (Related: Data showing no racial bias in police shootings dubbed “racist,” college researcher who compiled it fired.)
Cesario and four others authored the aforementioned study, which was published July 2019 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). According to the PNAS paper, it “did not find evidence for anti-Black or anti-Hispanic disparity in police use of force across all shootings. While While racial disparity did vary by type of shooting, no one type of shooting showed significant anti-Black or anti-Hispanic disparity.”
Hsu shared the study, noting its conclusion that “there is no widespread racial bias in police shooting.” But this did not sit well with the GEU, which launched a successful campaign to pressure the professor into resigning. Hsu did resign in June 2020, and Cesario and his co-authors retracted the study a month later.
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