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Myrtle Beach trashed, rocked by violence, during "Black Bike Week."

The “mainstream” is reporting that this was a very bad weekend for Myrtle Beach. The town was trashed, and violence was rampant. However, what the “mainstream” does not want anyone to know is the reason that this was such a bad weekend. It is because it was “Black Bike Week.”

Take a look at this article from a local NBC affiliate. It says “big crowds” trashed Myrtle Beach. It also mentions “Atlantic Beach Bike Fest” What it does not tell you is that “Atlantic Beach Bike Fest” is simply an alternate name for “Black Biker Week.” No one outside of Myrtle Beach would have any idea that “Atlantic Beach Fest” and “Black Bike Week” are the same thing.

Black Bike Week is a four day event occurring over the Memorial day weekend. It occurs right after “Bike Week,” which is now a two week event. Regular Bike Week is a time of concerts and biker rallies. It has never been marred by the problems that occurred on Black Bike Week every single year.

The organizers of “Black Bike Week” do not want to come to Myrtle Beach at the same time as the white bikers. Apparently they hate white people so much they demand their own separate race-based event, after regular “Bike Week” is over.

Each year, stores and hotels are vandalized, robbed, and trashed. In previous years some businesses have shut down, only to be sued for “discrimination” by the militant NAACP. This year, the NAACP set up a command center to “monitor” how the community treats the black bikers. This is little more than racial intimidation. The NAACP is looking for more white owned businesses to file flim flam racial discrimination cases against. Who is monitoring how the black bikers treat the community?

The media is reporting that Myrtle Beach was trashed, and rocked by violence, but censoring who did the trashing.

Meanwhile, the same NBC affiliated  station reports a Memorial day crime wave. Still no mention that “Black Bike Week” was going on. Note that all these crimes occurred on Monday. This does not even cover the mayhem that occurred during the first three days of Black Bike Week. In every crime, where a suspect is described, he is black.

From WMBF…

According to Captain David Knipes with the Myrtle Beach Police Department, one violent crime report came in early Saturday morning and Sunday morning there were five other reports of violent crime as well as numerous incidents reported Monday morning.

At 3:00 a.m. Saturday, police were told that a man was robbed at gun point on 11th Avenue South past Oak Street. Two Black males with semi-automatic pistols were reported to have held up a man, taking $40 and jewelry.

At 4:25 a.m. Sunday, authorities arrived to the scene of 3201 North Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach where a woman reported that she and her three male friends were robbed and carjacked at gunpoint behind the Bargain Beachwear by four Black males.

At 4:30 a.m. Sunday, a man and his wife were riding back to their motel when they stopped at a stop sign and were allegedly assaulted and robbed on Yaupon Avenue between 13th and 17th Avenue South. The man reported being stabbed in his side and his necklace taken. EMS was called when he returned to the motel. No suspect could be identified due to the large number of people around at the time. [The large crowd was made up of black people, so it is safe to say the perps were black]
Myrtle Beach Police are also investigating two people in area hospitals that came in with gunshot wounds. A person treated at Grand Strand Regional and a patient at Waccamaw Hospital both reported being injured in the area of 9th Avenue and Ocean Boulevard. Neither person knew the other, nor did they know who fired the shot or why.

The victim at Grand Strand Regional had a shot in his thigh and the Waccamaw Hospital victim had shrapnel in his leg. Surveillance video shows a commotion occurring in the vicinity around 4:30 a.m., but further investigations are needed at this time.

At 9:30 p.m. Sunday, three people coming out of the Bar Harbor Motel in Myrtle Beach notified police that they were robbed at gunpoint by three black males. The victims told police the subjects were in one of the rooms.

At 11:36 p.m. Sunday, a white female approached a security employee at Family Kingdom and claimed she was raped by several black males. Shortly after being told to call the police, the security worker said he witnessed the same woman with a white male approach the victims. The man pointed a shotgun at the victims. The victims fled and declined further police involvement.

Between 2:30 and 3 a.m. Monday, Myrtle Beach Police responded to an armed robbery call on Yaupon Drive between 12th and 13th Avenue South. The victim claims he and his friend were robbed at gunpoint by two black males wearing all black clothing with bandanas over their faces. Approximately $40 and jewelry was reportedly taken.

At around 4 a.m. Monday at the beach access of 26th Avenue South, people told police they were robbed at gunpoint by two black males, who took money and jewelry and took off on foot. No further description was given besides one wearing a white shirt, and one was wearing a black shirt.

Just before 4:30 Monday morning, a taxi driver for Beachside Cab said he was sleeping in his van at the Greyhound bus station on 7th Avenue North when two subjects hit him and demanded money. They then allegedly pointed a handgun at the taxi driver and threatened him. The victim gave the subjects over $300 before being hit again.

The victim describes the first subject as a 6 foot very thin black male with tight corn rows, no facial hair and a pointy face. He was said to be wearing a baggy white t-shirt and faded black denim jeans. The second subject was said to be a similar build wearing a green shirt. The two subjects were last seen leaving on foot eastbound towards Kings Highway.