Predictable… Black Community Leaders Blame Lack of Jobs for Knock-Out Violence

Go tell Obama.
Black community leaders in Brooklyn blamed “lack of jobs” for the recent knock-out game violence.

There have been several “knock-out attacks” on Jews in Brooklyn recently.

The local leftists want more money to tackle the problem.
News 12 reported:


Community leaders in East New York say that jobs are the answer to ending the so-called “knockout” game.

Councilman Charles Barron and other local activists spoke publicly for a second time about a rash of assaults involving young people punching unsuspecting victims. Barron says the root of the problem is that young people need jobs to help keep them out of trouble.

In recent weeks, at least half a dozen people have been randomly assaulted in Brooklyn. Officials say suspects are participating in a dangerous nationwide trend that allegedly involves attempting to knock out victims with a single punch.

Barron also suggested additional funding to community patrol groups who can act as lookouts and help put an end to the violence.

Under Barack Obama, the black unemployment rate is twice that of the white rate.

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