This Is What ‘Diversity’ Has Gotten You

January 11, 2020 in News by RBN Staff


You can’t argue with the numbers.

The number of murders has gone up and down.  Note that the population of the United States has continually risen, so the number of murders, assuming that the rate per person remains the same, should be a continually-upsloping line growing at about 1% a year.

It isn’t.  In fact the number of murder peaked around 1990.  It is materially lower now than then, despite all the screaming of the various scolds, and we’re 20 years further down with more people in the nation.

However, what has changed is the clearance (that is, the number of people who murder and get caught) rate.


Well, it’s not hard to figure out.  First, most of the uncleared murders are black people being murdered, and most black people who are murdered are murdered by other blacks.  That’s a fact and while Twatter and others may not like it, the FBI’s data says it’s true.

But why are those who murder blacks not caught?

Well, what’s happened to our police forces?  Are they all that much smaller?  No.  In fact they’re larger.

But what has changed?

Cop shops no longer look like Dragnet.  They did, but they don’t any more.

And guess what — they’re not clearing crimes like they used to either.