We’re all wondering how to react to the scariest iterations of "flash mobs." On Sunday, a flash mob—an organized group that emerges and then disappears quickly, usually with the help of social media—reportedly descended on a 7-Eleven in Germantown, Md., where members allegedly stole snacks. It's a criminal activity we all want to see the end of.
One way to stop the phenomenon, at least when the flash mobs involve black youths attacking whites, is simple: Shoot at them. Or at least, that's the solution conservative black Examiner columnist Gregory Kane came up with yesterday.
Kane called out the "villainous mob of black youths" who allegedly attacked whites at a Wisconsin State Fair on Aug. 4 for being racists, as well as concocting a theory about how the mob assumed that because black athletes "dominate" the NBA and NFL, white people are "soft targets."
Getting even wackier, Kane pulls the Rev. Jesse Jackson into it, claiming Jackson's okay with the mobs because, in the past, Jackson has offered a power analysis that says racism acts institutionally, and so can only be inflicted by whites, because they're in control.
"With such a failure of leadership, is it any wonder you have crowds of young blacks attacking whites in Chicago, Wisconsin and Baltimore?" Kane wrote. "Jackson, with his words, condoned the racist practice of black mobs attacking whites."
Kane, who waves the Second Amendment whenever possible, is ready for marauding black youngsters to encounter white people capable of hurting them back:
... I guarantee you that these mobs will run into a Jack Dempsey or Rocky Marciano type one day. I hope they run into several at one time. Here's what else I hope: that the black flash mobs will run into a white or group of whites who take seriously the Second Amendment and their right to carry.