Glenn and his co-hosts tackled the story of a New Orleans shoot-out that left 17 injured at a park in New Orleans on radio Wednesday.
Consistent with the mainstream media's tendency to overlook incidents that might compromise the progressive narrative, this story too was ignored.
"Seventeen people injured in a park with children, the youngest being ten, and there was no national coverage of this," Glenn said. "If I said this was a white gang, a gang of white kids that went in and shot at 300 people, can you imagine? It would be Christian identity."
Watch the clip below for more.
Below is a rush transcript of this segmnet, it might contain errors.
GLENN: The idea is that this was a gang shoot-out. And nobody covered this. Nobody covered this. Seventeen people injured in a park with children. The youngest being ten. And there was no national coverage of this.
PAT: Wait. It was a gang shoot-out? Oh, those are okay. Those are fine. Those are fine.
GLENN: That's the way it's handled.
PAT: Yes, it is. Those are fine. We expect those.
GLENN: Yeah, you don't want to talk about the breakdown of the family. You don't want to talk about gangs. You don't want to talk about any of that stuff. So that's why they don't talk about it in Chicago, and here it is in New Orleans.
PAT: You want to talk about demented white people who might be Christian who may have once listened to Glenn Beck. That's what you want to talk about.
GLENN: If I said this was a white gang, a gang of white kids that went in and shot at 300 people, can you imagine? It would be Christian identity. It would be some --
GLENN: A militia. They would absolutely say that's a militia. That's what they would say.
STU: They always used to say, the soft bigotry of low expectations. I mean, look at this, if it was a white gang, they would be all over this. I mean, they even did this when there was the white biker gang shooting. It was a massive news story for how long?
PAT: Long time.
STU: Here's a black gang, and it's like, well, you look at it and you say, "Well." Do we expect this out of them? This is the way they treat these incidents, as if it's expected behavior. That is racism.
GLENN: It is.
STU: That's not our racism. That's the media's racism. They act as if these things are accepted and expected. That's wrong. It's viciously wrong.
GLENN: It's also viciously wrong for the people who live in those areas in Chicago. You've just abandoned black families.
The progressives have just abandoned those families.