Is there any rational justification for the use of the expression, "Mass Incarceration"? It is constantly trotted out by race pimps as "proof" of "social injustice." But seriously, what is "mass incarceration"? Has a "mass" of [Black] people ever been convicted of anything? How would that work? It could only work if the cases, proofs, witnesses, evidences where identical against all the defendants, and that would be a rare case indeed. The expression, "Mass incarceration" seeks to make the case that the overwhelming presence of "Blacks" in prison is the result of something other than their INDIVIDUAL criminality - which is nonsense. The bullshit matter of "white" cocaine offenders getting lighter sentences than "Black" cocaine offenders fell apart when it was pointed out that it was the Blacks in Congress who insisted on greater penalties for "crack" cocaine, which was a scourge in the "Black" community. Seriously, isn't the expression, "Mass Incarceration" itself a fraud?