Black Lies Murder

In Ferguson, Missouri officer Darren Wilson shot 6’4” 292-pound 18-year old Michael Brown who was trying to wrest the officer’s gun from him. Nothing is more scary or more deadly to any police officer than someone trying to take his gun away from him. That’s why it is a felony in every state to make any attempt, successful or not, to disarm a police officer.

The false narrative that came out of Ferguson that was that Michael Brown had his hands up and was trying to surrender to the officer. Thus, the “hands up don’t shoot” mantra was born, which is a damnable lie. It’s a lie that supremely illustrates the wisdom of Mark Twain when he said that a lie can make its way around the world before the truth can get out of bed and get its pants on.

All this has led to violence against police officers by adherents and supporters of the “Black Lives Matter” movement, a movement of hateful rhetoric based entirely on the lie of “hands up don’t shoot.” In reponse to threats to the their safety police officers have withdrawn from the most violent parts of some major cities. These two developments taken together have come to be known as the “Ferguson Effect.”

Don Lemon of CNN is on board with these lies in that he refuses to acknowledge them as the lies they are, and also states his belief in the lie that white police officers are targeting black males and murdering them. The truth is that nearly all police shootings of black criminal suspects turn out to be justified self defense. The overwhelming majority of black murder victims are killed by other blacks in black-on-black crime. The very police officers who put their own lives on the line to protect innocent black victims are the ones being targeted by the hate group that calls itself, “Black Lives Matter.” It would be better known as “Black Lies Murder.”

My favorite sheriff David Clarke of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin is having none of this nonsense and spars with Don Lemon over it. As per usual with any liberal Lemon responds to the slightest disagreement with a call to “keep it civil.”

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