Wednesday, December 3, 2014

War in the streets

War in the streets. Here's a cop killing you probably never heard of.

Ignored by the mainstream media. Wouldn't want to give the Bloods a bad rap, would they?

From Richmond, Virginia's WTVR last May:
The people who carjacked, kidnapped and killed Waynesboro reserve police captain Kevin Quick were members of the Bloods street gang who robbed stores and sold drugs in the weeks and months leading up to the murder, according to a 39-page indictment unsealed Friday. 
A total of nine individuals were indicted in the abduction and slaying of reservist Capt. Quick.  
The suspects killed Quick “for the purpose of gaining entrance to and maintaining and increasing position in the enterprise, an enterprise engaged in racketeering activity,” the indictments indicated. 
The murder happened around January 31, 2014 in Central Virginia. Not exactly a stereotypical inner city.

No national TV. No outrage from Eric Holder. Not a peep from Obama.

Fast forward a bit.

Today, we have a president spreading a one sided narrative that police need to wear cameras to be trusted. And Mr. Obama employs charlatans like Al Sharpton to agitate and drill skewed narratives over events in places like Ferguson, Missouri.

Today we have an attorney general selling out cops on the street for the sake of agitation.

And, this very day in Washington DC, we have a Republican speaker of the House who is making a mockery of those who voted last month to take the country back to a more centrist direction.

Still think this is all going to end well?

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