The narrative of BLM is a joke. This group is the newest version of the KKK, the Democrats’ white hate group.
BLM represents the black version of the same group.
The black spokeswoman who likely called the press conference was dishing out the normal drivel,
“…but believe me, once we find out, this person will be brought to justice.”
Sure, because city leaders in conjunction with police do a great job bringing murderers to justice? Not according to Decoded DC,
More than 211,000 homicides committed since 1980 remain unsolved – a body count greater than the population of Des Moines, Iowa.
That figure is not readily apparent in the U.S. Department of Justice’s annual estimate of killings considered cleared through arrest, but a little digging at Scripps News revealed it.
The bottom line: Forget about what you see on the TV crime shows. Murders aren’t solved in 60 minutes by beautiful investigators surrounded by glitzy monitors and high-tech gadgets.
Truth is homicides are less likely to be solved today than they were 40 years ago. Police fail to make an arrest in more than a third of the nation’s murders, resulting in an ever-increasing accumulation of cold cases.
When Rochester resident Edward Watson witnesses the commonplace occurrence of black women crying over the death of neighborhood blacks, he goes off. The man literally takes over the press conference (as he should).
“If this was a white police officer gunning down three black people and injuring four, Wilson High School would be set on fire. And every black leader, every community leader would be up here.
Watson pointed out the obvious hypocrisy of the media and BLM.
“Black Lives Matter, Hands up!
Blacks been murdering each other every 32 hours since June.”
He also said he’s afraid of getting shot by a black man in his own neighborhood, an obvious reference to the black on black crime stats the Left loves to ignore.