Disturbing that it's OK for TV to ID a Boston bombing suspect only as "a dark-skinned individual."—
gwen ifill (@pbsgwen) April 17, 2013
Oh, here comes the good old race card! As Twitchy reported, CNN broke the news that a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing has been identified. John King reported it was a “dark-skinned” male. Cue the outrage!
CNN describes suspect as "dark skinned male." Progs going nuts over description.—
Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) April 17, 2013
Yep. It wasn’t just the predictable Gwen Ifill. King was also on the receiving end of some freak-outs because he said he wouldn’t give further information so as to not “inflame tensions.”
John King says wont give more information about suspect not to inflame tensions doubt he would say that if dealing with a conservative—
In G-d We Trust (@conservative013) April 17, 2013
Huh. But, here come the lib freak-outs.
Hm….."Dark skinned male" says a lot already, John King, who says he won't release more info for fear of "raising tensions"—
Alex Kane (@alexbkane) April 17, 2013
You don't want to cause offense and further inflame tensions but you don't have a problem with mentioning he's "dark skinned." Re: John King—
Andrew (@metsfanapk) April 17, 2013
Sirota wasn’t alone.
People are cooked anything other than "white" could be worded as "Dark skinned" that doesn't mean BLACK! Smdh—
Chericee.H (@ChericeeH) April 17, 2013
Great. Possible Boston bombing suspect identified only as "dark skinned". Could you vague&racist that up a bit?—
Nicole (@TheNicoleWitte) April 17, 2013
Yeah, "dark-skinned individual" is not at all vague and devoid of anything but fuel for terrible posts to online comment sections—
Mike Radoslav (@MikeRadoslav) April 17, 2013
Here is an idea, libs. Why not be happy that the case is moving forward and justice may be served? But, then, that doesn’t serve your grievance-mongering, does it?