Black power group promises more police assassinations
Turning downtown Dallas into chaos, Black Lives Matter thugs caused mayhem in the aftermath of the unrelated deaths in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Minnesota where two black men were shot by police officers. In retaliation and without full knowledge of the facts in either case, two snipers cowardly shot police officers in Dallas, at least one officer was shot in the back.
After assessing the initial mayhem, Dallas Police Chief David Brown released the following statement Thursday evening before the actual toll was known:
“Tonight it appears that two snipers shot 10 police officers from elevated positions during the protest/rally. Three officers are deceased, two are in surgery and three are in critical condition.
And what did President Barack Obama have to say on the subject? The tech savvy chief executive went directly to Facebook displaying a photo with an inappropriate toothy grin. His lengthy statement began with:
“All Americans should be deeply troubled by the fatal shootings of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Philando Castile in Falcon Heights, Minnesota. We’ve seen such tragedies far too many times, and our hearts go out to the families and communities who’ve suffered such a painful loss.”
This gem of a takeaway was not to be missed:
“To admit we’ve got a serious problem in no way contradicts our respect and appreciation for the vast majority of police officers who put their lives on the line to protect us every single day. It is to say that, as a nation, we can and must do better to institute the best practices that reduce the appearance or reality of racial bias in law enforcement.”
As of last night, not a word about the dead and seriously wounded officers in Dallas.
Fox News provides continual updates.
The racial divide has never been greater than under the nation‘s first black president, Barack Obama — as evidenced by the recent rant at the Black Entertainment Awards show by actor Jesse Williams, prominent in the Black Lives Matter movement, who asserted inequality reigns in America.
Williams, who received the Humanitarian award dedicated it to “the activists, the civil rights attorneys, the struggling parents, the families, the teachers, the students that are realizing that a system built to divide and impoverish and destroy us cannot stand if we do.”
He has apparently has never heard of affirmative action programs that put minorities at the front of the line, if they choice to take advantage of the path to educate themselves.