Image by Wikipedia: An episode of the lynching of the Italians in New Orleans in 1891 after the murder of police chief David Hennessy. The citizens breaking down the door of the parish prison with the beam brought there the night before for that purpose.
Here we go again. The lead story on most “news” stations and websites is about President Trump using the word “lynching” in a tweet to describe the Impeachment push by the Democratic Party mob. I’m greatly disappointed in all media outlets including FOX News.
Again, I refer all our readers back to the post on Confirmation Bias. This will be a recurring theme. Hopefully, our readers will not get tired of me walking everyone through my process.
The first step is to look up the actual meaning of the word “lynching” so we don’t get it wrong. Here it is:
between 1882 and 1951, 4,730 persons were lynched, of whom 1,293 were white and 3,437 were black.
In all, Thomas won with the support of 41 Republicans and 11 Democrats, while 46 Democrats and 2 Republicans voted to reject his nomination
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