The headline on Drudge Report and on WOKV.com says “Flash Mob Overruns Northwest JAX Walmart.”
What the headline and the brief story below the video leave out is one word that should precede “flash mob.”
That one word is “Black.”
It was a Black flash mob that overran that Walmart in Jacksonville, Florida. And let’s stop calling it a flash mob. Instead, let’s call it by the correct descriptive term: “flash riot” or just plain “riot” and “looting.”
See for yourself. Here’s the video taken and posted on YouTube by a Walmart shopper, isingjay94, who correctly identified what was happening — “Crazy Riot in walmart While i was shopping”:
The brief article by Andrew Greenstein on WOKV says:
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. —Flash mobs usually provide for some spontaneous light-hearted entertainment, but this was anything but.
Police say over 300 people stormed the store. Police have not made any arrests yet.
Blacks are using social media like Facebook, Twitter, and text messaging to organize these flash riots. The last reported incident took place in North Miami Beach where a mob numbering 80 to 100 black teens used the Trayvon Martin shooting as an excuse to loot a Walgreens store.
Against this, what can businesses do?