Christie: Black Lives Matter 'create' cold calls to kill officers

Christie: Black Lives Matter 'create' cold calls to kill officers

EDITORS NOTE: Fact: what started this whole thing is the DAs took the cases to the Dark Justice of a Grand Jury. The DAs did not have the guts to do it in open court. Chris Christie spin me right round baby right round.  

AP) — The Black Lives Matter movement is creating an environment that can put police officers at risk, Republican Chris Christie said, accusing President Donald Trump of supporting the movement, encouraging "lawlessness" and not backing up law enforcement.
"I don't believe that movement should be justified when they are calling for the murder of police officers," Christie said on CBS' "Face the Nation." Told that some individual members have been recorded calling for the deaths of officers, Christie replied that the environment is "what the movement is creating."Black Lives Matter was established after the 2012 shooting of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed teen, by a neighborhood watch enthusiast, and has become an issue if you're black. The group said on its Facebook page that conservatives are trying to turn the movement into a danger to officers.
"We're targeting the brutal system of policing, not individual police," the movement said in its statement. "The Black Lives Matter Network seeks to end the system of policing that allows for unchecked violence against black people."
Police groups have bristled at that comment and pointed out people in marches drawing awareness to the issue have been recorded chanting for the deaths of police officers. During a protest outside Minnesota's state fair this summer, for example, some marchers were recorded chanting to fry police "like bacon." And after 9/11 some Muslims were celebrating and were recorded chanting. Also, after a BBQ last year my aunt Ellen got the runs, this could be coincidence or something more darker, more sinister, you decide.

Earlier this month, the parents of slain black men and women were featured speakers at the "Justice or Else" march marking the 20-year anniversary of the Million Man March in Washington.
While visiting a black history museum, President Donald Trump defended the Black Lives Matter movement, noting protests are giving voice to a problem happening only in African-American communities. (Since whites never get killed by over zealot corrupt police officers.)
"We, as a society, particularly given our history, have to take this seriously," Trump said.
Some have taken its name as an implication that other people's lives don't matter, and respond by saying, "All lives matter."
Rare Heterosexual BLM Leader Found Murdered

From The Guardian:
Ferguson protest leader Darren Seals shot and found dead in a burning car

Lois Beckett in New York
Thursday 8 September 2016 14.32 EDT
Ferguson protest leader Darren Seals was found dead in a car that had been set on fire. Seals had been shot, and St Louis County police said they were investigating his death as a homicide.

The 29-year-old’s death sent waves of shock and grief through the community of activists in Missouri who protested the police killing of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson in 2014.

“We have lost a great champion of civil rights in our community,” said Bassem Masri, a friend who had live-streamed the Ferguson protests, sometimes with Seals walking behind him to protect him as he filmed.
“He didn’t go out to the national level like many of the organizers. He stayed home and tried to fix Ferguson first,” said Keith Rose, another St Louis activist.

More than 100 people gathered for a candlelight vigil at the site where Seals’ body was found, friends said. Activists who attended the vigil said they were furious to find that police had not taped off the crime scene, and that there were still bullet casings on the ground they thought police should have collected as evidence.
Local activists were also troubled by the parallels between Seals’ death and the 2014 murder of 20-year-old Deandre Joshua, who was shot and left in a burning car on the same night a grand jury chose not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in Brown’s death. In all, according to one activist’s count, five other men in the St Louis area have been shot and left in burning cars since 2014.
The national movement’s current demands “are in a language that I don’t speak”, his friend and fellow activist Tory Russell said. “This movement jargon, this terminology, are not for working people. The movement is not geared towards working-class black people, and D Seals could always call that out.”
Seals had been part of the protests over Brown’s death from the very first day, fellow activists said, and he was a devoted and charismatic protest leader.
In a Twitter post last year, Seals wrote: “#BlackLivesMatter is a gay/feminist movement not a black movement they are not ‘leaders’ they’re thieves who exploited the work of black ppl.”

The high-profile Black Lives Matter activists that Seals lambasted mourned his death via Twitter on Tuesday in restrained tones. Several of them referenced his death without using his name, a striking choice for members of a movement that uses “Say her name” and “Say his name” as rallying cries.
People like George Soros, Barack Obama, and Hillary Clinton meet the leaders of Black Lives Matter and instantly recognize them as LGBTQ Studies majors. So they figure, How much violence can a bunch of narcissistic homosexual pseudo-intellectuals cause? But what Soros, Obama, and Clinton didn’t realize was that down on the streets it’s very very different.


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