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Was the black man responsible for the boy's safety?
Was he his teacher? His priest? His doctor? A police man?
A man killed a child in a drive by shooting, then turned himself into the police.
That's the story.
Perhaps if it came out of a country with less gun violence, someone would notice.
Was George Floyd an upstanding citizen? Was he a child? Did he deserve a gold casket shipped around to half-a-dozen cities for Black Lives Matter worshipers to admire and idolize his fentanyl embalmed body and remember all the people he'd violently assaulted in his life?
George Floyd could have been a serial killer.
He still had the right to due process and to not be executed on the street.
He didn't deserve the media coverage or the idolization.
One more reason I find the msm to be disgusting and one more reason I find Black Lives Matter to be disgusting.
I agree with the idolisation.
To revere someone who was, essentially, a suspected criminal does not do well for a cause.
But if the media ignored it, then there is a much greater danger of the police acting with impunity.