Within the frenetic electronic news cycle comprised primarily of trending insignificance, cold hard facts as glaring disturbing beacons signal that certain facets and themes of society have veered onto a tenuous trajectory. Among the petabytes of recycled and inconsequential data hosted on vast server farms, which New Green Deal promoters fail to mention in their climate summits held annually in a screaming mass of rioters and looters swarming the streets of Democratically-run cities and costing tax payers billions, useful data, though obscured, is still accessible to the end-user.
Among the onslaught of emotionally induced topics spearheaded by sensationalism, content that is defined by the traditional definition of news somehow appears in searches, which is remarkable considering the decades of bias intertwined with the code base and the contemporary prevalence of AI.
While rideshare and other services of the gig economy generate a high frequency of traffic metaphorically, though enduring huge losses due to astronomical operating costs, the crucial topics of safety and self-defense emerge in reference to the corporations as restrictive policy prohibits drivers from carry guns or knives in their vehicles while on the clock. Individuals in violation of the hindering directives are subject to prompt termination, even in the aftermath of exercising reasonable self-defense for themselves and their passengers. Though the consequences have been severe for both Uber and Lyft, as contract employees regularly face dangerous situations and in most cases have no recourse to deescalate the situation, deadly and violent incidents are increasing in direct proportion to the growing infrastructure.
The paramount example of what the egregiously shortsighted company stipulations unleashed onto humanity is contained within the frightening narrative of an Uber driver who was accosted by an intoxicated and volatile individual. The following series of harrowing represents the threshold at which big tech is unable to process reality through an ingrained obliviousness that people with bad intentions exist within the world.
After the drunken man dangerously swerved in front of the victim’s vehicle, forcing the rideshare employee, who was in the process of driving a passenger home, to slam on his breaks, the assailant exited his truck and began yelling at the driver and his client with threats that he had a gun. Undeterred by the verbal onslaught, the victim fired his pistol once, hitting and killing the man. For his bravery and quick-witted thinking, the driver of course was effectively divorced with discretion from Uber, the new norm for an organization putting their contractors and riders in precarious situations by advertising to criminals that the vehicles are mobile “gun free” zones. It is never admitted within the disingenuous corporate culture that executives and employees contract armed security forces to staunch any outside threats to workers or their families.
The combat the insanity of overbearing and unreasonable big business mandates, a rideshare venture launched in the gun control mecca of Atlanta, is promoting a Second Amendment friendly experience for drivers and riders in combatting surging violent crime in cities across the nation. The Black Wolf app, the brainstorm of KerryKing Brown, gives consumers and workers a viable options to the prodigious and hypocritically flawed and hazardous marketplace that borders on a monopoly in addressing the gun stigma.
While not as seasoned as a league of veteran cab drivers, who similar to emergency room nurses have seen everything and survived through the process of viewing an unabashed and unsolicited kaleidoscope of devolving culture, the driving team at Black Fox is apparently stocked with trained professionals to ensure that the customer gets to their destination unscathed. The antithesis to the gig model of Silicon Valley transportation consortiums, offers customers various levels of protection and comfort that range from a full-security detail to safely dropping students off in the much-maligned territories of school zones. For those wary of firearms, there is an even of the option for the driver to complete a trip unarmed.
According to the Black Wolf website, there are three tiers of security for riders, a basic armored car, close individual protection, and the deployment of a VIP team. A basic ride costs $50 plus and additional $1.75 per mile.
While King’s extensive experience in working closely with dignitaries and celebrities to ensure a safe experience in the public and private space, the underlying message of the fledgling company that Second Amendment rights are crucial for the future of the nation is priceless in embracing common sense over the insanity of preemptive control.