Will the murder of an eight-year-old black girl by anti-police shooters finally push the nation’s law enforcement into action to shut down Black Lives Matter and anti-police riots? If the murder and wounding of two black teenagers in Seattle didn’t prod them into action, will the death of a little black girl do it?
Shame on leftist local and state government officials for allowing this lawlessness.
Secoriea Turner, her mother, and another adult were riding in a car in Atlanta on Saturday and tried to make a u-turn to avoid anti-police rioters “occupying” the site of a burned-down Wendy’s where Rayshard Brooks was killed. Sources reported that “armed individuals” blocked their exit and began firing at the car. Secoriea was hit and later died at the hospital — in her mother’s arms.
The murderers have not been identified or arrested.
“You shot and killed a baby,” Atlanta Keisha Bottoms said at a press conference on Sunday. “If you want people to take us seriously, and you don’t want us to lose this movement, then we can’t lose each other in this.”
Will the murder of this little girl spark global outrage like police shootings?
Zero coverage. All the expected panderers on social media (Kamala et al.) who selectively choose to use the phrase “Say her name!” are silent on the little girl. #SecorieaTurner pic.twitter.com/B5FFQzkKqf
— AM Urban (@AMUrban4) July 6, 2020
8-year-old girl was shot and killed in Atlanta last night by “peaceful protesters” that swarmed her family’s car and it’s received a blackout in national media because black lives only matter when they can be used to divide the country.https://t.co/mcYSHQrzZy
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) July 6, 2020