Colin Flaherty is back to spin another race-baiting tale of scary black people at WorldNetDaily. From his June 23 article:
Black mob violence has taken on a new note in Portland, Ore. It’s not the unsuspecting passersby or the corner convenience store that’s the target here.
Just weeks ago, a group of 10-15 hoodie-wearing blacks allegedly stole clothing and raced out of the store. Their actions were captured on video.
So far, the evidence makes it looks like just one more of the hundreds of episodes of racial lawlessness that have taken place in more than 60 cities over the last three years.
In case it wasn't clear that race-baiting was the point of Flaherty's articles, the email WND sent to its mailing list made it all too clear:
Do these clothes I stole from Nordstroms during a mob-and-rob make me look fat?
The epidemic of crowds of young blacks rushing into stores, intimidating employees and customers and taking whatever they can grab has gone upscale. Movin' on up ...
And you thought you could avoid it by not shopping at those other stores, didn't you?
Check out the security video ...
What are "those other stores" WND is referring to?
This is merely the latest in a string of race-baiting articles Flaherty has written for WND.