Three Pitt football players – Running back Raymond E. Graham, 22, of Elizabeth, N.J., wide receiver Devin C. Street, 21, of Bethlehem, Pa., and cornerback Lafayette E. Pitts, 20, of East Pittsburgh, Pa., – were accused of beating a white student while playing the “knockout game.” The three players will remain active members of Pitt’s football team, according to Pitt spokesman E.J. Borghetti.

(Left to Right) Devin Street, Lafayette Pitts, Ray Graham (Post Gazette)

Education News reported:

Rules are: Find white guy, punch him in the face, knock him out

NBC Sports had it half right: When he is on the football field, Lafayette Pitts is one of the most dangerous men in America.

Off the field, he is accused of being even more menacing. Pitts and two teammates from the University of Pittsburgh football team stand accused of playing the Knockout Game.

The Knockout Game is just one form of the black mob violence and lawlessness documented in more than 80 cities with more than 400 examples in the book “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence and how the media ignore it.”

Rules of the Knockout Game are pretty simple: Find a white guy. Make sure he looks defenseless. Punch him in the face. If he doesn’t get up, you win. And that is what three witnesses said the Pitt players did just a few weeks ago.

Last Friday, it was revealed they were charged with assault and conspiracy. Their court date is set for January. But that did not stop them from suiting up the next day for a big game against Notre Dame.

Hat Tip Gretchen




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  1. If Obama had a son….

  2. Welcome to our

  3. And Notre Dame wins, and most hopefully these three lose, and lose big, jailed for a hate crime.

  4. Usurpation 2.0: What It Means For Whites –

  5. The knockout is still to come

  6. What’s a Pitt?

  7. Now that Eric Holder has gotten to keep his job, chances are slim that these criminals will be punished. He takes care of “his people.” OTOH, George Zimmerman has been accused by the race baiters of racial profiling Trayvon Martin, after Trayvon sucker punched him in the face, and then got down on him when he was disoriented and proceeded to slam his head into the cement. Amazingly George Zimmerman is accused of being the racist.

  8. #3…Blacks don’t get jailed for hate crimes.

  9. dnb03 African-Americans don’t get jailed for hate crimes. They can’t commit them because they’re among the oppressed. Per racialism/critical race theory that Obama & Holder apparently subscribe to.

  10. Why is it I am almost positive that if these were white football players playing “knockout” with a black student they would have at the very least been suspended from playing – if not from school entirely?

  11. This Just In…

    Reporter: “Now what race are you most interested in?”
    Girl: “Black”

  12. The media has fired up the meme that ‘all whites are racists that deserve to be beaten and killed’ for many years.

    Watching young men acting out on this hatred makes me wonder what will happen with such people in the future?

  13. Damn shame it wasn’t Chris Mathews or some other race baiting piece of white progressive trash they punched out.

  14. This is the society our pious liberal mainstream media is helping us to build.

  15. Jim, this is a video I think we all need to watch by Bill WHittle..I know its long, but worth it for all of us that want to change the way we are being forced to live..dont skip through it..

  16. So what’s wrong with that?

    As a white guy… this is what I’ve been living with in the employment world for the past 20 years… EEO ya know! It’s about time they brought real life work experience to the college campus!

    btw.. if Obie had a son he’d look like Devin Street.. probably act like him, too.

  17. So higher education at the University of Pittsburgh includes a class on Vampires. And we wonder why this country is such a mess.

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