Dot Scott knew exactly what she was doing. This week, the president of the NAACP’s Charleston branch accused local law enforcement of gunning down black men like dogs. Yes, dogs. This came after Charleston County deputies shot Derryl Drayton on James Island last Saturday. Drayton is the fourth black man killed by local police agencies in the past two years. That is a wildly incendiary statement on its own, but Scott took it about 100 steps further. “That’s the mind set of some of these officers,” Scott said. “It’s a badge of honor to kill a n-----.” [Snip] He resisted arrest, threw
Comments: It´s not at all complicated, according to current reports. The police version says the suspect stabbed an officer in the leg. Others say he threw the knife at deputies. Either way, it´s SOP to take down the attacker.
Who guns down dogs? Unless they are attacking you. Inflammatory statements that whip up the ignorant sheeple in to doing things to "get even" are not going to make things better. I think she knows that. So...
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The Architect, 10/18/2013 9:15:54 AM (No. 9570905)
She wants an investigation from the Justice Department? Oh yeah, that´ll be fair. Good Old Eric invesigating the shooting of "One of his people". I´m sure the police would get a fair finding out of that scenario. s/o
It just keeps building, "The smoke screen of racism." Last week it was stories of a Police Watch-dog Committee in Los Angeles County, watching the Sheriff´s Dept. The Claim then was that the S.O. was training its Canines to bite only blacks and Hispanics...Al based on the fact that in South L.A. Police dogs were only attacking Blacks and Hispanics. Of Course the problem was that most of the crimes there involved primarily those only two Ethnic Groups. Not that the majority of the population were of those same ethnicities. Obviously, the Sheriffs and their Canines Obviously were racist. Based on the figures for bitten fleeing suspects.
Sop you move across the country and they are screaming similar clap-trap in the Charleston,SC. "S.O. Officers only shoot black men." A bet would be that the majority of the population is Black. Probably, not too many Hispanics in the same area(?). Black on Black crime is a problem in many areas because they are poor and have not a lot of transportation out of their home turf, they tend to pray on the closer victims ( Weaker targets of similar ethnicity, in the same neighborhoods.) Liberals only see the obvious, and deflect the attention to support their own Liberal contentions and ideas. A sort of localized denial of the reality of Class and society.
The election of the Mulatto Marxist has given this dumb, racist woman and others of her ilk, license to make inflammatory statements of this sort.
The election of the Mulatto Marxist has given license to cretins like the three who gunned down the Australian student in Duncan, Oklahoma.
The election of the Mulatto Marxist has given black gangs license to attack and beat senseless and murder white citizens on public streets across the nation.
The election of the Mulatto Marxist has set race "relations" in this nation back to the days of Bull Connor [a Democrat], attack dogs and fire hoses.
My grandchildren will still be suffering the consequences of the election of the Mulatto Marxist when they have children of their own --and not just in race relations. God help them if one of them has a serious health problems and need medical care.
I suspect the election of the Mulatto Marxist is what gave the four who have been killed by cops in the Charleston area, license to believe they could attack cops with no penalty.
Dummy Dot would scream ´Racism´ in the Arctic if the area police arrested an Eskimo for hurling a spear at them...how do stupid people get into positions where the stupid media even bother reporting what they say??? OH yeah, you have to be just as bright...
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