The Bay Area Rapid Transit system (BART) has been plagued by a spike of violent crimes with assaults, robberies and rapes up a staggering 41 per cent from last year.
Most of the attacks were carried out by gangs of young men, many of them repeat offenders.
BART has refused to release videotape of these thugs, claiming that some of the alleged gang members might be under 18, but it has now emerged that their decision isn’t an age-thing, it’s a race thing.
Watch as I explain and share the politically correct responses received by one BART director who questioned the decision to not release videotape for “fear of creating racial stereotyping.”
Yet again, public safety is supposed to be paramount, except when the progressives eclipse safety with political correctness.
To avoid being accused of racial stereotyping, they’re even willing to refer to rape, robbery and assault as “minor crimes.”