Talking about stereotyping and generalization are they?
No. "White people do need to feel grief about the brutality of white supremacy and our role in it".
I don't feel nada.
I don't need nada.
MOST white people look at the bullcrap these people peddle and are disgusted at the lies and infuriated that they are the targets of these lies.
We know why they are lying. They are lying to grab political power.
When the nation heard about the Tawana Brawley "abduction", the white majority was horrified. Then even more so when the slut turned out to be lying. And then we had to suffer the existence of Al Sharpton forever, as if he was an honorable person and not a lying racist tub of rancid lard.
And every incident, mostly faked up and exaggerated, was used to promote ever increasing levels of racism against innocent white people, by Sharpton and Jackson and Hillary and every other so-called leader of the Rodent party you can name.
The only thing more disgusting was the ease with which the RINO Republicans acquiesced and rushed to apologize for the sin of being white.
Now we have a recent case where two black car-jacking teens murder a Pakistani immigrant. CNN called what happened a "car accident". Just like when they called Zimmerman a "white hispanic" to shift blame for Thug Martin's shooting onto, not the hispanic community which bore no blame, but the white community which wasn't even there when Zimmerman was attacked.
As Trump said, the media lies. All the time. It was never an honorable profession, but there's absolutely no honor in it now.