Sunday’s Fresno shootings quickly memory-holed: Didn’t fit political narrative

Sunday’s Fresno shootings quickly memory-holed: Didn’t fit political narrative

[Ed. – Jazz Shaw is right. Even in California, the incident isn’t getting much follow-up. See if you can pick out the one word that explains it.]

A mass shooting had taken place in the back yard of a family home where a group of people had gathered to watch football. Multiple gunmen entered the yard through a side gate and without saying a word began firing into the crowd. When they fled there were four dead and six more injured. People were justifiably horrified. …

A close-knit Hmong community was in shock after gunmen burst into a California backyard gathering and shot 10 men, killing four. …

By Monday morning there was almost no additional coverage. …

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[I]f initial reports prove accurate, this was an incident of adult Asian people shooting other adult Asian people. And most of the press has about as much interest in that story as one where black gang members are shooting other black people.

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