Well, well, well, it looks like the Black Lives Matter movement was caught kind of skewing the truth a bit.
This isn’t really a surprise, given the whole BLM movement is based on a skewing of truth, based on allegations that police around the nation routinely set their eyes, and their gun barrels, on targeting and taking out members of the minority communities for their skin colors.
Or, as Right Wing News puts it: “BLM would have you believe that law enforcement discriminates against minorities, and is a symbol of oppression over black communities in particular, but they couldn’t be further from the truth. They like to take isolated incidents and blast them all over the media while screaming ‘See! This is proof!'”
Well, on the day of the Ft. Lauderdale shooting, one retired New York Police Department officer, Rob O’Donnell, said he saw something of interest while looking at photos from Florida.
As he tweeted, beneath a photo of huddled masses taking cover on the ground, while a uniformed officer strode among them in defense and hunt mode for the suspect: “Ft. Lauderdale: I see black/white/latino/male/female/child/adult all with one thing in common. A Police Officer risking all to protect them.”
Wow. A picture says a thousand words, they say. And this photograph certainly does that. BLM is so caught up in proving how racist all police are, and how officers are so bent on taking out members of the minority community, they forget: Police are there to serve and to protect all. And they do that on a daily basis. And this photo, along with this ex-officer’s concise written message, tell just that.
Source: Right Wing News