Six years of BLM Killed More Blacks than 86 Years of Lynchings


The most puzzling question is not what caused the surge in murders, but why the people most victimized by that surge are so heavily devoted to the policies that caused it. Without the support of large majorities of black voters, the curtailment of "broken windows" policing and the reduction of police budgets would never have occurred. But for the decisions of black voters, most of those 11,005 "excess" black victims might well be alive today.

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