Colin Flaherty begins his latest race-baiting article at WorldNetDaily by asserting, "People who say racial violence is 'random' either do not know what the word means, or they are not telling the truth."
Of course, Flaherty doesn't know what the word means either. He has been touting an "epidemic of hundreds of cases of black mob violence," as if all crimes committed by two or more blacks were committed by a "mob" and all crimes committed by blacks against whites are "racial" -- as he has been doing for months at WND.
After detailing the latest bit of "black mob violence" he's obsessing over, Flaherty asserts: "If race had no role in this crime, the chances of four black people randomly gathering and randomly selecting a white person are estimated at 1.7 out of 10,000." Flaherty does not explain how he concocted such a statistic.
The way normal people like police define "random" is a single isolated crime . Flaherty has invented his own meaning to suggest that all blacks nationwide are actively conspiring to rob and murder white people, which he must know is not true.
Then again, he's too busy portraying all blacks as violence-prone thugs.