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Charles Barkley Says Black People Treat Gay People Worse Than Mass Shooter Anderson Lee Aldrich

Here is what I don’t understand.

There is probably a time and place to speak on how black people treat gay people or just people in general, but it isn’t right after a white man murdered a bunch of people at a gay club.

Those two things don’t correlate.

There have been several mass shootings in the gay and lesbian communities, and none by black people.

The suspect in a shooting at a Colorado LGBTQ nightclub this weekend has been identified as 22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich, who police say walked into Club Q in Colorado Springs and immediately opened fire, killing five people and injuring 25 others.

Investigators have yet to determine a motive, Police Chief Adrian Vasquez said Sunday, though they are considering whether the attack was a hate crime. Aldrich has yet to be formally charged.

Police received several 911 calls about the shooting beginning at 11:56 p.m., according to police. Officers were dispatched at 11:57 p.m. and an officer arrived at Club Q at midnight. The suspect was detained at 12:02 a.m., police said.

The shooting lasted only minutes because people inside the club were able to subdue the suspect, police said.

“At least two heroic people inside the club confronted and fought with the suspect and were able to stop the suspect,” Vasquez said. “We owe them a great debt of thanks.”

Matthew Haynes, one of the club’s owners, told The New York Times one of the customers “took down the gunman and was assisted by another.”

“He saved dozens and dozens of lives,” Haynes said of the first patron. “Stopped the man cold. Everyone else was running away, and he ran toward him.”

The suspect was taken into police custody and was being treated at a hospital Sunday, police said, adding officers did not shoot at the suspect.

Charles Barkley has been heavily critical of black people his entire life. While there is nothing wrong with wanting your race to do better, going on CNN and spreading misinformation and stereotypes is not the way to do it.

You can’t speak on an entire race of people in a negative light like that if you influence Barkley.

Someone a white mass shooter has become about the black treatment of gays.

The math is not adding up.

Flip the page for Barkley speaking and some of the outraged Twitter reactions.

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