I'm not angry. I was only telling the truth about the situation. If you disagree, would you mind telling me why? Everything is verifiably accurate. You have people like VP Harris' niece jumping to conclusions that it was a white male who did the shooting at the Sooper grocery store. Other idiots, like Amy Siskind, too. They specifically call out "white men" and when proven wrong, do not apologize for being racists, but they backtrack and try to fall back on the myth that most mass shootings are committed by white males. The fact of the matter is, most mass shootings are committed by blacks. Have you ever heard of a drive-by shooting? Well, those happen in the inner city on a daily basis. Many of these drive-by shootings kill more than one person. The latest definition of a mass shooting is "one that results in the death or injury of more than one person". While I disagree with that definition because it is too inclusive, it begs the question, "why does the media focus on only these mass shootings that appear to have been committed by white males?" The simple answer is that these mass shootings by white males are an aberration of what goes on in the communities in which you find the strongest concentration of white males. In the communities in which you find the strongest concentration of black males, "mass shootings" are commonplace. Gang violence results in, by far and away, the most mass shootings recorded in the United States every year, going back for decades. I'm not even giving my opinion on much here. These are all verifiable facts. Unless, that is, you find facts to be racist. Which is something that you hear in the media more and more these days. Yeah, the FBI crime data is racist...numbers have become racist because they offend people who need to acknowledge the truth: black males are far more likely to commit mass shootings than white males. Violence is committed by black males at a far higher rate than white males; and any other demographic, for that matter. Is it a product of the poor areas in which these black males grow up? I'm certain that has a lot to do with it. However, I do suspect that there are other, more uncomfortable-to-discuss, factors at play there.