Lancaster protests demonstrate BLM wants police to sacrifice themselves to criminals
If there was any common sense in the Black Lives Matter movement, Lancaster would not have seen rioting last night.
There is no acceptable resolution to any conflict between law enforcement and a Black man in the eyes of Black Lives Matter except for law enforcement to lose. They made that crystal clear with their unhinged protests in Lancaster, PA, Sunday night.
The situation was textbook self-defense by a police officer. Called out by the family of a person of color, Ricardo Munoz, 27, because he was threatening his own mother, a police officer was almost immediately face-to-face with the suspect. The police officer backed up and retreated when Munoz came at him with a large knife. When it was clear Munoz was going to continue to pursue and intended bodily harm, the police officer shot and killed him.
If he didn't do exactly what he did, it is almost certain the police officer would be dead along with members of Munoz' family. But that fact didn't stop Black Lives Matter "activists from rioting in the streets of Lancaster, tearing down a door and breaking several windows at the police station. They threw bottles, bricks, and other heavy items at the police station and surrounding buildings before finally being dispersed by tear gas and rubber bullets. Why? Because a law enforcement officer did not want to be murdered.
In the latest episode of NOQ Report, I covered this story as well as two other BLM stories. Then, we turned to San Francisco's push for voting by 16-year-olds, Joe Biden calling for gun control following the shooting of two Los Angeles sheriff's deputies, and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo being hopeful that all American troops will be out of Afghanistan by next spring.
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Lancaster riots by Black Lives Matter could only have been avoided if the police officer who shot Ricardo Munoz had allowed himself to be murdered instead. The BLM narrative has no logic, only hatred in their push or Neo-Marxism.
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