I just read an article that gave a physical description of the shooter at the Wisconsin spa today, and nowhere did it say that he was black (I had to find out by Googling his name and finding a picture of him). They said what clothes he was wearing and how tall he was and about how heavy he was, but they didn’t say the most immediately noticeable aspect of a person: skin color. Are we supposed to go up to every person wearing jeans and a gray sweatshirt and ask them how much they weigh and how tall they are?
If the article had said he were black, it would have spared the public a lot of time wasted looking at the clothing worn by white people, effectively eliminating 86 percent of the population. What good is it to give a description to the public if the description doesn’t help the public?
And as I’m in the middle of writing this, the shooter has now been found dead by the police. Of course the police knew the man was black; it’s the public who was made ignorant of that.
Stupid political correctness.