New FBI Data Shows Whites Underrepresented and Blacks Overrepresented As "Hate Crime" Offenders
by: Eric Striker | Published: November 18, 2020
The FBI's newly released study of hate crimes in 2019 is a bucket of cold water on the media-induced "white supremacist violence" moral panic.
According to the data, white people (61% of the US population, 73% if "Hispanics" are included) are only approximately 53% of "hate crime" offenders. The number is likely much lower as "Hispanics," who are categorized as white even when they are not of European descent, are recorded in a separate chart as being behind 10% of bias-motivated criminals.
The mainstream media has interpreted these findings as the most violent year for "hate crimes" in more than a decade. What every reporter is omitting is the only newsworthy element of this report: blacks, 13% of the US population, are wildly overrepresented as hate crime attackers (24%).
These numbers do not control for the low bar in charging a white person with a hate crime and the difficulties in charging non-whites with the crime.
In the United States, almost all interactions between a supposed white offender and a black person are charged as hate crimes, while the reverse is rare.
Police departments are under enormous political pressure to juke statistics so that Jewish groups like the Anti-Defamation League can paint white people as violent and hate-filled.
In 2019, an 11-year-old white girl in New York was charged with a hate crime for a school bus fight with a black girl. A prosecutor in Dekalb, Illinois has been abusing the state's biased crime statute against white people for incidents like cutting off a non-white driver in traffic and saying "you people need to take responsibility for your actions" and another case where a teenage boy was prosecuted after being filmed slashing and then trying to run away from a black gang jumping him.
More recently, white people publicly expressing disagreement with Black Lives Matter or painting over leftist graffiti are automatically charged with hate crimes in many parts of the country. In New York City, Governor Andrew Cuomo and the state legislature are pushing through a law that would make it a "hate crime" for a white person to call the police on a black person.
According to government data compiled by Vincent James, there are 547,948 black-on-white crimes every year compared to 59,778 white-on-black incidents.
As for the "white supremacist terror threat," the Department of Homeland Security reported that between 2015-2019, white nationalists committed 29% of all domestic terrorist attacks, while black nationalists were behind 32%. Muslims were involved in 27%. Whites are significantly underrepresented in this field as well.
These politically inconvenient numbers may explain why the FBI is four months late on its report on "white supremacist domestic terrorism."
Zionist groups, the press and left-wing activists may also struggle to retain attention for their crusade against right-wing white men without Trump in office.
In a blow to the fight against "white supremacist terrorism," New York City Jewish Congressman Max Rose, a vocal advocate for classifying right-wing white men as terrorists, was soundly defeated in his House race.