Public Perception is Determined by the Narrative. Man Shoots Five-Year-Old Boy in Head From Point Blank Range… Media Silent… Here’s Why

Five-year-old Cannon Hinnant is dead, allegedly at the hands of 25-year-old Darius Sessoms.  

A neighbor who witnessed the shooting said that Hinnant was riding his bike in front of his father’s home when they saw Sessoms, who lives next door, walk up to the child, point a gun at his head and pull the trigger before running away.

Hinnant’s mother says the boy’s two sisters, ages 8 and 7, were playing alongside Cannon and also witnessed the shooting.

While no official motive has been determined, the little boy was white and the shooter was black.

I cite their racial differences only to show how narratives, developed and driven by the anti-Trump media, shape public perception.

Commenter Michelle Malkin raises the question; why has the mainstream media remained silent about this atrocity.

Commenter Robby Starbuck noted that “CNN and MSNBC haven’t even covered it.”

Now consider these search results from the New York Times, NBC News, and ABC News…

Is Matt Walsh right… if  the races were reversed would this be the only thing anyone talks about for a month?

Why is anyone responding to “Black Lives Matter” with “All Lives Matter” is immediately vilified?

It’s all about maintaining the narrative that Trump supporters are white supremacists and blacks are victims of racism.  Anything that might challenge that narrative is ignored by the mainstream media.