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CC COCHRAN • 1 year ago

The latest fad of violent, black “urban yoots” is called The Knockout Game. This is just another story you’ll never hear on the mainstream propaganda media. Knock-Out Game seems to be particularly popular with one segment of the American population. What these street terrorists do is pick a victim, usually an older white person walking alone, and try to knock them out with one punch. If the person remains conscious, the pack jumps in and continues the beating.

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