The popular saying around the world is that “diversity is our strength,” yet a string of recent events suggest otherwise. With an apparent increase in minority-perpetrated crimes targeting white folks, we have to ask ourselves if “diversity” is helping or hurting us. Take, for instance, the incident where a group of diverse teens beat a white student to death outside a Las Vegas high school. Then there are the endless “flash mobs” involving diverse groups of young people who are looting and robbing stores nationwide. It seems like diverse teens are on the rampage lately. This latest story involves three diverse young girls who’ve each just been sentenced to 20 years in prison for their involvement in the carjacking and dragging death of an elderly white woman.
Diversity in action, right?
Three teenage girls involved in the dragging death of a woman whose arm was severed during a carjacking in New Orleans last year pleaded guilty Monday to reduced charges and were sentenced to 20 years in prison.
New Orleans news outlets report that the three were convicted of attempted manslaughter in the death of Linda Frickey, 73. A fourth suspect, a male who is now 18, still faces a second-degree murder charge, which carries a life sentence.
All four had been slated for trial Monday. Jury selection for the lone remaining suspect, who prosecutors said was behind the wheel when Frickey died, got underway after the three girls’ guilty pleas were entered.
There’s actually a fourth suspect in the case—an 18-year-old male facing second-degree murder charges in the death of that poor, elderly woman.
You’ve got to wonder, with all these violent crimes by diverse teens, who’s leading them down this path? What’s going on that’s pushing these young people to such extremes, and what can we do about it? We need to figure this out fast, or we’re all going to be in deep trouble—either ending up as victims or worse.
Was Hillary Clinton right, after all?
Unchecked diversity breeds peril.