White Police Help Black Man Shot By Black Man At Black Lives Matter Riots #IRONY
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They say a picture says a thousand words. These pictures say only one word... irony.
While protesting the shooting of an armed black man by a black police officer, a black rioter was shot in the head by another, presumably black rioter. The motive behind the shooting is as of yet unknown, and the victim is currently on life support in critical condition. It's probably gang related, as is most black on black violence.
The irony of this whole thing is that these are white police officers, the same ones the "protest" is against, helping this victim of black on black violence get evacuated from the riots to the hospital.
It's funny how members of the black lives matter movement put so much effort into cleaning up police while ignoring the mess in their own back yard. Oh sure, supports of BLM claim that they are working to end black on black violence, and they say that you just don't recognize it because the media doesn't report on it. That may be true. But what else is true is that BLM and others in the black community only riot and protest and attract media attention when a black criminal is shot and killed by police.
Case in point, Philando Castile was shot and killed by a police officer during a traffic stop for allegedly telling the officer he was legally carrying a firearm. The aftermath of his shooting was streamed live to Facebook by his fiancé. There was outrage, but no protests or riots. However, when Alton Sterling was shot while fighting with police for reaching for his gun a day later, protests followed.
Now we have Terence Crutcher, an unarmed black man shot by police after his car broke down a few days ago. Anger and questions followed from the black community, but no protests, no riots. A few days later, Keith Lamont Scott was shot and killed by police while armed with a handgun. He refused several orders to drop the gun before being shot. As a result, Charlotte burns in a second day of protests turned riots. Do you see the pattern here?
Ignoring the fact that these BLM protests are George Soros funded protests to push his quest to federalize police, if we were to assume the BLM movement was a legitimate movement to end police violence against blacks, one would think they would choose the shootings of truly innocent or unarmed black men to highlight their point, but they don't.
One thing is for sure though, Colin Kapernick taking a knee during the National Anthem certainly hasn't accomplished anything when it comes to highlighting the "injustices" brought upon the black community by police, since the black community seems to only recognize and respond to unquestionably justifiable shootings of armed and violent black men.