Black Lives Matter Roots for the Death of Two Police Officers After a Coward Shoots Them in the Face

Discussion in 'Politics' started by JohnHamilton, Sep 14, 2020.

  1. JohnHamilton

    JohnHamilton Well-Known Member

    Last night a coward waked up to a patrol car and shot two police offices in the face in California. Both were rushed to the hospital when they faced hours of surgery to survive.

    A Black Lives Matter mob gathered out side the hospital and chanted slogans calling for their deaths. In the mean time the mob was blocking the entrance to the hospital emergency room department so that ambulances could not get to the door. The hospital personal sent out messages asking them to disburse, but they refused. They were putting the entire community at risk, and they didn’t care.

    How can anyone not see what these people are? How much will it take before the public finally sees that this is a violent, Marxist group that really has civil rights well down the list of their primary goals. Revolution is their goal.

    All lives matter, not just Black Lives. No one can deny that “Black lives matter” but the title of their organization does not describe what they are.

    It’s like the “Students for a Democratic Society” back in the ‘60s and ‘70s. The name sounded benevolent, but their goals, especially among the most violent of them, were anything but “democratic.”
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  2. FryDaddyJr

    FryDaddyJr Well-Known Member

  3. GeneWright

    GeneWright Active Member

  4. JohnHamilton

    JohnHamilton Well-Known Member

    But you two will welcome the revolution with open arms. There are recordings of spectators celebrating after the deputies were shot.
  5. FryDaddyJr

    FryDaddyJr Well-Known Member

    quit othering me.
  6. GeneWright

    GeneWright Active Member

    Yeah, that's what I posted. All 5 or 6 of them.

    Maybe link an article with a video or something? I'm not seeing what you're referring to.
  7. FryDaddyJr

    FryDaddyJr Well-Known Member

    did you hear about the cop who entered the wrong apartment, shot the guy inside and then pled not guilty?
  8. JohnHamilton

    JohnHamilton Well-Known Member

    I don’t defend cops who do wrong, and same should apply to you when it comes to violent, lawless members of you party.
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  9. FryDaddyJr

    FryDaddyJr Well-Known Member

    Trump Campaign Confuses Black Churchgoers With Biden-Loving Rioters

    Donald Trump's campaign released an attack ad last week called “Meet Joe Biden's Supporters," and of course, the intent was to shamelessly link rioters, looters, and “anarchists" to the former vice president. It's a low blow because while the rightwing thugs who shoot protesters with paintballs, pepper spray, and literal bullets are overtly Trump supporters, no one in the “antifa mobs" has been spotted wearing “No Malarkey" hats.

    In the last shot of the gross ad, Biden is seen palling around with — gasp! — masked Black people before a slide appears stating "Stop Joe Biden and his rioters." That's followed by Mike Pence's creepy voice warning, “You won't be safe in Joe Biden's America." The Republican argument apparently is that the Kenyan socialist was the one holding Biden in check for eight years.

    The citizens in this ad aren't “rioters." They are Black community leaders at the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Wilmington, Delaware. Biden met and prayed with them in June after George Floyd's death. One gentleman to Biden's left is even wearing a colorful pocket square, which isn't typical riot gear — although I haven't been to one recently.

    Biden meets with community leaders at DE church

    Trump wants to go full Willie Horton on Biden, but even in 1988, it wasn't enough to just run ads with random Black faces. Horton was also a convicted murder who'd raped a woman after he was released on a weekend furlough. The Black people in this ad are churchgoers, and they're pissed.

    From the Religion News Service:

    The Rev. Silvester S. Beaman, pastor of Bethel AME church that is featured in the digital spot released Wednesday (Sept. 9), said it encourages viewers to see Black church leaders and their flocks as "thuggish rule breakers."

    "The ad is overtly racist and offensive on numerous levels," Beaman told Religion News Service on Saturday (Sept. 13). "It is a racist attack on the African American church, and because it was an attack on the Christian church, it should be offensive to every Christian and person of faith."
    The AME leaders plan to release a statement later today demanding an apology from the Trump campaign. They also want the ad, which we're not sharing here for a reason, pulled. Neither is likely to happen. They're also requesting federal protection for the church from Trump's unhinged followers, as well as a federal investigation into the legality of the Trump campaign's use of their images in ways they believe "might incite violence, and encourage racial tensions that lead to placing people of color in harm's way."

    The Trump ad lingers in slow motion over the image of Biden kneeling in front of the community leaders. It wouldn't surprise me if the idiots behind the ad just assumed Biden was “taking a knee" like Colin Kaepernick because conservatives have forgotten how kneeling works. It's not a middle finger to the flag and apple pie but a display of reverence. In Biden's case, this was a "moral gesture of solidarity" that also "provided room for a tighter photograph."

    'Our Breath Has Been Taken Away:' Black Leaders Confront Biden Amid George Floyd Protests

    The folks behind Biden included church pastor Rev. Silvester S. Beaman, his wife, Renee Palmore Beaman, Delaware Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester, nine local pastors, a rabbi, two school presidents, a school board member, a Christian community activist and an aide to Delaware Senator Chris Coons. They don't spend their evenings setting cars on fire, but they probably still hurt cops' fee-fees by advocating for racial justice.

    Beaman stressed that their cause isn't “anti-police," but anti-Black people dying. He also read Trump for filth.

    BEAMAN: I am insulted and appalled that our group of nonviolent religious, community, academic and political leaders would be characterized as thugs, when Trump's response to the same issues causing protest was to use military-type tactics to gas, bully, and clear the way of protestors so he could go to a closed church — that didn't invite him — and wave a Bible for a photo op.

    Now, whose action was thuggish and violent?
    Preach, brother, preach. And keep working that pocket square.

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