So, we’ve got a fake lynching in Los Angeles, and now we’ve got a dead good boy in Atlanta.
Summer is just getting started.
Less than 24 hours after a white police officer shot and killed an African-American man outside a fast-food restaurant, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms of Atlanta announced on Saturday that the city’s police chief had resigned, and called for the “immediate termination” of the officer who shot the man.
The shooting left many in the city once again incensed by the death of another black man at the hands of the police — and nervous about the potential for more destructive flare-ups. By Saturday night, protesters had blocked roads and an interstate near the restaurant, a Wendy’s, and apparently set it on fire, according to news reports, with police firing tear gas and flash grenades to try to disperse the crowd.
I would say that is apparent.
This series of four tweets shows the progression of events on Saturday.
— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) June 14, 2020
— Matt Johnson (@MattWSB) June 14, 2020
— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) June 14, 2020
The Wendy's restaurant where #RayshardBrooks was street executed by U.S. security forces has been burnt down. It is alleged that it was Wendy's employees that called the police on Brooks, which led to his execution. #AtlantaShooting #AtlantaProtest pic.twitter.com/BIu2zK5oJ2
— Anonymous (@YourAnonCentral) June 14, 2020
That Wendy’s is most apparently on fire.
The authorities said the man, Rayshard Brooks, 27, had run from the police on Friday night after failing a sobriety test and grabbing a Taser from an officer during a struggle with him. Ms. Bottoms said that security footage appeared to show that Mr. Brooks had fired the Taser toward the officer, who was chasing him before he was killed, but that she did not consider that a justification for the shooting.
“While there may be debate as to whether this was an appropriate use of deadly force, I firmly believe that there is a clear distinction between what you can do and what you should do,” Ms. Bottoms said. “I do not believe that this was a justified use of deadly force.”
More like Mayor Ba-Dunk-A-Dunk.
As we’re still looking to confirm whether or not that Wendy’s is actually on fire, this is the point in the news article where I’m looking for a lecture about black people.
How about you?
Ms. Bottoms’s rapid response to the fatal shooting signaled the heightened scrutiny facing law enforcement as a wave of protest against police violence continues in many cities around the country — a movement that has already prompted a number of changes to local police policies, as well as a broader conversation about the ongoing racism that people of color experience in the justice system and nearly every other facet of American life.
In the past, police shootings have rarely prompted such swift and dramatic responses. It is more common for city leaders to stand with the police and urge patience as prosecutors and the police departments themselves conduct reviews. The moves by Atlanta officials on Saturday may have been taken with an eye to the streets, in the hope of dampening a potentially explosive reaction like those that have engulfed many cities over the last several weeks.
The resignation of Atlanta’s police chief, Erika Shields, who is white, was the latest in a series of shake-ups at several large police departments amid the protests after the killing of Mr. Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer. In Portland, Ore., Chief Jami Resch, who is white, stepped down this week, saying she wanted a top black lieutenant to replace her. And earlier this month, the mayor of Louisville terminated the city’s police chief after his officers were among those who fired at the owner of a barbecue restaurant, who was black.
It’s so cute the way the NYT incites all this stuff and then says that random people out of nowhere did it.
Here’s the description of the killing itself:
The encounter at the Wendy’s began around 10:30 p.m. on Friday when police officers were called to the restaurant because Mr. Brooks had fallen asleep in his vehicle, which was parked in the drive-through, causing other customers to drive around him, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said in a statement.
Mr. Brooks failed a sobriety test, the authorities said, and then struggled with the officers as he was being arrested. A video posted on social media showed him grappling with the two officers who were trying to arrest him. One officer appeared to try to stun him with a Taser after Mr. Brooks threw a punch at him.
As Mr. Brooks ran away, appearing to hold the Taser, one officer chased after him, holding another stun gun. Then, in one video, several gunshots were heard.
The bureau initially said in a statement that witnesses described Mr. Brooks being shot “in the struggle over the Taser.” But on Saturday afternoon, after obtaining surveillance video from the restaurant and reviewing videos on social media, the bureau revised that account, saying it “was based on the officer’s body cam which was knocked off during the physical struggle, preventing the capture of the entire shooting incident.”
“During the chase, Mr. Brooks turned and pointed the Taser at the officer,” the bureau said, adding that “the officer fired his weapon, striking Brooks.”
Here’s the video, definitively proving Rayshard’s innocence.
Show this to anyone who dares claim the cops had to kill #RayshardBrooks. They didn’t.
— Qasim Rashid for Congress (@QasimRashid) June 14, 2020
It’s clear to me that this gentleman was simply minding his own business when these racist cops came to kill him because they hated the dark pigmentation of his skin.
Mr. Brooks was taken to a hospital, where he died after surgery, the authorities said. One officer was treated at a hospital for an injury and was later released.
L. Chris Stewart, a lawyer who was hired by the Brooks family, said repeatedly at a news conference Saturday night that a Taser was not considered a deadly weapon, and that there was no justification for the police to shoot Mr. Brooks just because he had one in his hands.
He also said that the police could have instead cornered Mr. Brooks and arrested him, instead of chasing him and shooting him. “His life was not in immediate harm when he fired that shot,” Mr. Stewart said of the officer.
Yeah, that’s it! They should have cornered him! Should have taken the taser shot, then cornered him.
If they can turn “attacked the cops, wrestled with the cops, stole the cop’s weapon, pointed the cop’s weapon at the cop” into “he was a good boy who didn’t do nothing and they killed him because they hated the color of his skin,” then we are in even deeper than we thought.
Obviously, in that kind of struggle, there’s no way the cop would know if the gun-shaped object being pointed at him was his own stolen taser or a real gun that the guy either had on him or had stolen from the cop during the struggle. Of course, no one who believes in this “black lives” nonsense has ever been in a struggle, other than the blacks themselves, who are not directly responsible for any of this protest nonsense, which is entirely fabricated by the Jewish media. The white women and cuckolded white men who support black lives protests have absolutely zero understanding of violence or how the body acts in these types of situations. A man who is trained as a cop is going to shoot anyone who points a gun-shaped object at him.
The Twitter people are calling for the cops to be arrested.
These are the two men that street executed #RayshardBrooks. Atlanta Police have placed officer Devin Brosnan (right) on leave (hired in 2018) and fired Garrett Rolfe (left) (hired in 2013). The city's police chief has resigned. No arrests so far. #AtlantaShooting #AtlantaProtest pic.twitter.com/IAOke9W35a
— Anonymous (@YourAnonCentral) June 14, 2020
They’re also claiming that while he was passed out drunk in his car in the middle of the Wendy’s drive-thru, he was actually on his way home to see his children. Which seems rather unlikely.
Those left behind.
Always remember those left behind.#RayshardBrooks’ daughter was waiting for him to come home to celebrate her birthday.
But her father is not coming home.
My heart goes out to his family.
My love to his daughters. pic.twitter.com/A9mgSOW08p
— Be A King (@BerniceKing) June 14, 2020
But I mean, they’re just posting crazy stuff. This tweet, from a civil rights lawyer with a blue check, was posted several hours AFTER the above NYT piece was published.
A 27 yr old father of 3 girls and 1 stepson. Was celebrating his daughter’s 8th birthday and was planning to take her skating.
— Kristen Clarke (@KristenClarkeJD) June 14, 2020
You should have known after they said those people looting the Walmart were white supremacists wearing rubber masks that they were just going to create their own reality from here on out.
I will tell you, if they push this, the entire George Floyd thing is going to fall apart. The single white women who are out there pushing this hard will keep pushing it, but with George, they were able to get the whole country behind it because people were like, “come on, he’s standing on his neck, why?” But if we’re going into “yes, he was attacked and a weapon was pointed at him, but the actual reason he killed him was because he found the color of his skin to be displeasing,” you’re not going to get the same kind of universal support.
That said, I don’t know if the people engineering this care about maintaining widespread support. I’m still not clear on exactly what the end game to any of this is, and I’m feeling like “chaos itself” is probably as good of an explanation as any.
I just hope the Jew Minneapolis Mayor goes to this guy’s funeral and cries like he did at George’s.
— Angela Stanton King 🇺🇸 (@theangiestanton) June 6, 2020
A bunch of people got arrested for blocking the road in the protest. It was quite a mighty roadblock.
Oh my God protesters in Atlanta have COMPLETELY shut down I-75 right now in response to the murder of #RayshardBrooks
— Joshua Potash (@JoshuaPotash) June 14, 2020
No one will be arrested for lighting the Wendy’s on fire, because black people can’t be arrested. It’s racist.
Here are some of those arrested. The usual suspects, as it were.
As I keep telling you: this entire “racism” thing is driven by white women’s sexual urges. White female sexuality is the entire engine driving the racism theory itself.
From Los Angeles to Helsinki, it is white women.
As you can see from the slop that is those women’s bodies, they’ve created a situation where they don’t have any options other than the blacks anyway.
Here’s another incredible shot of the protests in Atlanta, showing just who is behind this movement.
The blacks are probably bored of this for the time being. But they’ll be back. Oh yes.
Long summer, lads.
And it’s gonna be hot.
You factor in global warming, and we’re looking at a real scorcher.