So, let me get this straight…,
What we had here was one, or both of the black girls involved, calling 911 so the “blacks killing cops” would come to save her from another black girl who was trying to stab her.
The racist, blacks hating, cop saves the one black girl’s life by shooting the other black girl.
We get LeBron James, a parade of liberal pundits, democrat politicians, and other useful idiots, calling for the lynching of this police officer, who was called to the situation by a black girl, to save this black girl’s life, which he did.
I wonder why, if Ma’khia Bryant was one of the ones who called 911, she wouldn’t put her knife down and let the cops handle it from there?
Didn’t she realize the cops could not just stand by while she stabbed the other girl?
And as far as the girl who was getting attacked by Ma’khia goes, I just wonder if she’ll defend the police officer who saved her life, or throw him under the bus?
I’m guessing she’ll end up saying she wanted help, but she didn’t want the other girl to be shot.
I’m guessing she’ll say she would have preferred the cop to have stepped in between them and taken the knife for her.
That’s all well and good, but doesn’t this cop have a right to go home after his shift?
Doesn’t his family, girlfriend, or wife, and kids, have a right to have their husband or dad come home after his shift?
Cops swear “to serve and protect,” not to be sacrificial lambs.
I’m guessing this girl will end up joining the mob, calling for this officer’s head.
I hope I’m wrong.
I have to ask the question, though…, why doesn’t LeBron James, his liberal elite friends, the mainstream “fake news” media, democrat politicians, and other useful idiots, get upset about the hundreds of black people who are shot and killed every weekend, in our big, liberal-run cities, by other blacks?
This situation is one hundred times worse than their police concerns.
I guess black lives really don’t matter to them, unless those lives can be used to promote their racist, and divisive, narrative.
This is not to say that police officers shouldn’t be held accountable for their actions…, I’m just saying we should not ignore the bigger problem.
And again, I just have to mention, the next day we had pictures of this cop and knew who he was, while the identity of unarmed Ashli Babbitt’s Capitol police officer killer, from 01/06/21, still has not been released.
Different strokes for politically different folks.
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