Anti-police BLM protests partly to blame.
Posted BY: Paul Joseph Watson
Nearly half of murders in the U.S. now go unsolved, with the majority going unsolved in the last seven months of 2020, a phenomenon partly caused by anti-police BLM protests.
The shining achievement of Black Lives Matter may ironically be its role in preventing murdered black people from getting justice.
“A review of FBI statistics shows that the murder clearance rate — the share of cases each year that are solved, meaning police make an arrest or close the case due to other reasons — has fallen to its lowest point in more than half a century,” reports CBS News.
“It’s a 50-50 coin flip,” says Thomas Hargrove, who runs the Murder Accountability Project, which tracks unsolved murders nationwide. “It’s never been this bad. During the last seven months of 2020, most murders went unsolved. That’s never happened before in America.”
The article notes that murders of white people are 50% more likely to be solved than murders of black people, although any suggestion that ‘white privilege’ is to blame can be dismissed entirely.
The piece acknowledges that police are finding it harder to receive tips or get information from witnesses due to black people having bad attitudes towards law enforcement.
“Police are also contending with a breakdown in trust between their officers and the communities they serve, a result of decades of tensions that spilled over during high-profile cases of police misconduct in recent years,” states the article.
There are also fewer police when it comes to patrolling or quickly responding to murders in high crime areas due to the longstanding ‘Ferguson Effect’ – something also created by BLM demonstrators.
“Gee, I wonder what could have caused this breakdown in trust?” asks Chris Menahan.
“Was there some sort of “Movement” in 2020 that came to a head which said police are all evil white racists who are oppressing black people for no reason whatsoever other than the color of their skin?”
“Did police and the FBI decide to take a knee and blame white people for all of society’s ills rather than address our serious “inner city” crime problem?”
Even as violent crime continued to spiral across America, the federal government also wasted resources on tackling the supposed scourge of “white supremacy.
The entire Black Lives Matter movement appears to have achieved little more than dividing America and making the country less safe for black people.