My point is that if voter intimidation by the NBPP can be dismissed because it was in a "black area" because no whites were there to be intimidated then the same can be said about the three kids in the stands because no blacks were there to be terrorized.
Same thing or are some "special"?
Also the issue on this thread was that this incident was really no big deal, but how long and how often did we hear about the scary NBPP.
Now since there was some outrage about both. And because they are being compared. Kkk- NBPP.
Now how bout a snap with your eyeroll.
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