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The reason the Mobile, AL shooting didn't get mentioned is because of the shooter's ethnicity and also because no-one died. The recent TX shooting was a flashy story because of where it took place (same state as El Paso) and the number of fatalities. Media outlets don't cover violence in the black community because they believe veiwers'd see it as racist. Despite this, there is still significant coverage of black violence on local news stations and local news papers. However, the idea that black crime is a national issue has not been treated by the major media corporations, even if it really is a national issue. It stems from the lack of opportunity in black communities, which itself stems from a lack of education. There's also the issue of parental absenteeism in minority communities. The Left champions things like single motherhood and is trying to use statistics to prove that children born into and raised in fatherless households fare just as well as dual parent households, even if that defies all logic. Common sense should tell anyone that a dual parent household will be more effective than a single parent one. Children need their fathers as male role models; Link. Fatherless children are more likely to act out, disrespect institutions, suffer serious emotional distress (diagnosable mental illness) and turn to a life of crime. It's pretty sad stuff.