Not the racial supremacist the media was looking for, but maybe the one the media should have been talking about.
A troubled man who railed against Mayor Eric Adams and made bizarre, threatening rants on YouTube has been identified as a person of interest — and now a suspect — in the savage Brooklyn subway attack that injured at least 23 people Tuesday morning, officials said.
“These white motherf—ers, this is what they do,” he said. “Ultimately at the end of the day, they kill and commit genocide against each other. What do you think they gonna do to your black ass?”
In his rambling conspiracy theory, James claimed that a race war would follow the ongoing conflict in Europe.
“It’s just a matter of time before these white motherf—ers decide, ‘Hey listen. Enough is enough. These n—ers got to go,’” he said.
“And what’re you going to do? You gonna fight. And guess what? You gonna die. ‘Cause unlike President [Volodymyr Zelensky] over in Ukraine, nobody has your back. The whole world is against you. And you’re against your f—ing self. So why should you be alive again is the f—ing question. Why should a n—er be alive on this planet? Besides to pick cotton or chop sugar cane or tobacco.”
The only options James could find, he claimed, was to commit more violence or become a criminal.
“And so the message to me is: I should have gotten a gun, and just started shooting motherf—ers,” he said.
And wouldn’t you know it, that is what happened.
Frank James’ identity as the shooter hasn’t been confirmed, he’s just identified as a person of interest, but the media is already carefully backing away from the story because it doesn’t star the kind of racist they’re looking for.
Instead James’ black nationalism is what the media has been promoting and propping up, it’s the kind of hateful stuff that gets you a spot at the DOJ or the Supreme Court.
And maybe, just maybe, it shouldn’t.