I’m watching the events going on in Baton Rouge, LA. The officer involved shooting.
You know, the one thing that everyone (by that I mean Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, the media and the SJWs) seems to conveniently ignore is, if all these people, the Alton Sterlings, the Freddie Grays, the Michael Browns, would have done one simple thing, none of this would have happened and they would still be alive today. The fact that they’re dead is their own fault, no one else.
And what is that one thing? From an early age I was taught by my parents, when a cop tells you to do something, you do it. You don’t argue with them, you don’t turn your back on them, you don’t try to run from them, you don’t try to attack them. It doesn’t matter whether the police are right or wrong, it doesn’t even matter that the cop is being a real ass, you can argue that point later, in court if necessary, but at the moment follow his commands and do what you’re told!
And if I wanted to be really cynical, these low-lifes getting killed was probably the best thing that could have happened for their relatives, you can bet they walk away with millions and the city/county whatevers are more than happy to settle and settle quickly.
And to all you SJW’s (social justice warriors), you need to quit feeling bad about your “white privileged” and stop trying to make me feel bad about “mine” (which doesn’t exist by the way). It’s not going to happen.
You need to get off your soap box and get a real job and become actual, productive members of society instead of the whinny cry babies you are.