Yet another family “was found dead!” (H/t Ann Bartow.) And you know perfectly well who’s to blame, don’t you? The Baltimore Sun is reporting that the father murdered his wife and two daughters, and then killed himself. The local police are holding a press conference at 11 a.m. EDT (about 15 minutes from now.) But they were such a happy family!
Je repete: “Where are the articles about this disturbing epidemic of violent husbands and unnatural fathers? (Just imagine if one or two women in this country every week gunned down their husbands and children. Just imagine the headlines, the non-stop media coverage, and the endless analysis if it happened even once!) Why isn’t this considered a national public health emergency?”
Just curious: how many women and children (especially girl children, as in this case–2 women and one girl were the victims here) have to die before someone notices? One woman is accused of a child murder out in California, and that’s all we hear about all day long. But husbands apparently have carte blanche when it comes to murdering the women and girls who lived in their homes?
What’s your guess, friends? (Are you holding your breath?) If 2,100 women and children are killed simultaneously on live television by their male partners and fathers, even if it’s not by jetliners crashing into buildings, do you think anyone will notice then?