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White reporter could be fired for airing video of blacks praising cop killer


White reporters in the so-called “mainstream media” are supposed to protect the image of the black community, not report on it in an unbiased manner. Many alleged “mainstream” media outlets openly admit to censoring black crime for this very reason.

When a Channel 12 (NYC/NJ area) reporter published a segment showing blacks praising a man who killed a white police officer, the station bosses came unhinged.

They have scrubbed the segment from their website and suspended the reporter.

From Blaze.com…

News 12 reporter Sean Bergin has been suspended after he argued on the air that the “anti-cop mentality that has so contaminated America’s inner cities” is largely the result of “young black men growing up without fathers.”

A source with direct knowledge of the situation confirmed to TheBlaze on Monday that Bergin has, in fact, been suspended over his remarks about the black community and may end up being fired. The source said Bergin was asked not to come in Monday and Tuesday as the news station figures out how to handle the situation.

News 12, a network of news stations serving various areas mostly in New York and New Jersey, did not return messages left by TheBlaze on Monday.

Here’s what Bergin said on the air:

“We were besieged, flooded with calls from police officers furious that we would give media coverage to the life of a cop killer. It’s understandable. We decided to air it because it’s important to shine a light on the anti-cop mentality that has so contaminated America’s inner cities. This same, sick, perverse line of thinking is evident from Jersey City, to Newark and Patterson to Trenton.”

“It has made the police officer’s job impossible and it has got to stop. The underlying cause of all of this, of course: young black men growing up without fathers. Unfortunately, no one in the news media has the courage to touch that subject.”

News 12 New Jersey seemingly scrubbed the news report containing Bergin’s commentary from its website — and the outrage expressed by some was apparently enough to warrant disciplinary action.