Baltimore police mugshots released; confuse the heck out of race-baiters

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On Friday night, the Baltimore police Department released the mugshots of the six police officers charged in the homicide of Freddie Gray

The officers, who have all been released on bond, were previously identified as Lt. Brian Rice, Officer Garrett Miller, Sgt. Alicia White, Officer William Porter, Officer Edward Nero, and Officer Caesar Goodson.

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That half of the officers are black appears to dispel the notion that the death of Gray was racially motivated, but the debate raged on social media:

Syndicated columnist and Breitbart News editor-at-large Ben Shapiro tweeted:

Others agreed:

Time to offer a different narrative:

But the left wasn’t ready to let the “racist” label loose. Joan Walsh, editor for the far-left Salon, tweeted:

And everyone pounced on that:

Still, Walsh had her supporters. Especially notable was this one:

And perhaps the most delusional tweet of them all.

H/T: Twitchy

Be sure to also check out:

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