Podcast host and human rights activist Colin Flaherty took on Black Lives Matter, shutting down Interstate Highway I-95 under the MLK exit sign over the disproportional amount of black on white crime.

While the media, celebrities and politicians promote the conspiracy theory that “black people are being hunted in the streets” Colin Flaherty has dedicated his life to uncovering the inconvenient truth that proves the exact opposite to be true.

The True Statistics of Interracial crime

Data shows white Americans are far more often victims of interracial crime than black Americans. In 2018, The Bureau of Justice Statistics released their survey of criminal victimization, breaking down 593,598 interracial violence between blacks and whites. Blacks committed 537,204 of those interracial felonies, or 90 percent, and whites committed 56,394 of them, or less than 10 percent. This information directly contradicts the Democratic claim of Trump-inspired white violence. In 2012-13, then President Obama’s DOJ recorded that black Americans committed 85 percent of all interracial victimizations between blacks and whites; white Americans only committed 15 percent.

Despite only making up 13.4% of the American population, black Americans commit more than double the amount of interracial homicides on white Americans, who make up 60.4% of the American population.

This trend also carries over to interracial rape statistics. In 2008, the Bureau of Justice released its crime victimization survey for race of victim and race of offender, specifically recording rape and verbal threats of rape. It concluded that white-on-black instances were statistically zero, and it continues to stay at or around this mark every year in every analysis since 2008.

The Bureau of Justice extrapolated an estimate of 117,640 White women who say they were sexually assaulted, or threatened with sexual assault. Of those victims, 16.4% reported their assailant as Black. The final numbers were 19,293 White women sexually assaulted or threatened by Black men in a 24 month period. Again, the reverse was zero.


Back in 2016, the editor of a prominent legal site called on black jurors to acquit black defendants accused of, among other things, murdering white people.

Elie Mystal, editor of Above The Law, said acquitting black defendants regardless of guilt would “put the shoe on the other foot for a change.”

“Maybe it’s time for black people to use the same tool white people have been using to defy a system they do not consent to: jury nullification,” Mr. Mystal said in the op-ed.

Mr. Mystal also cited the work of Georgetown University Law professor Paul Butler, who said jurors need to “take the law into their own hands.”

“If they think that the police are treating African Americans unfairly — by engaging in racial profiling or using excessive force — they don’t have to convict, even if [they] think the defendant is guilty,” Mr. Butler wrote in The Washington Post earlier this year.