Eric Holder’s first arrest in the string of Knock-Out attacks across the country is a first in more than one way.
The arrest is unique in that it is of a white offender. Knock-Out attacks have been, almost exclusively, black-on-white hate crimes.
Were it not so frightening, it would be quite comical. Heeding the attorney general, the “U.S. attorney for the southern district of Texas” has arrested 27-year-old Conrad Alvin Barrett, who broke the jaw of a 79-year-old man, “laughing and saying ;Knockout’ as he [ran] away.”
The question is not whether this is a good arrest. Let Barret sit if he’s guilty. The question is why have there been no arrests for the killing and maiming of innocents, perpetrated by black thugs across the country?
Holder’s Justice is obviously attempting to deploy the law to frame the Knock-Out phenomenon as an equal-opportunity crime.
It’s the administration’s racial reprisal against the honky victims of hate crimes.