By Bob Owens
The lady holding the white sign is more right than she knows.
The Black Lives Matter movement rose out of a feeling in some predominantly urban black communities that blacks were unfairly, disproportionately and sometimes illegally being killed by law enforcement officers, and that law enforcement officers were “getting away with murder.”
The genesis of the movement came when rumors swirled around the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Lying “eyewitnesses”—at least one of whom already had a warrant out for his arrest for lying to police in a prior case—claimed that the NFL-lineman-sized strongarm robbery suspect was executed by a police officer while his hands were raised. “Hands up, don’t shoot” became the rallying cry of the movement and it remains so today… even after it was determined that Brown had attempted to murder Ferguson Police officer Darren Wilson with his own gun, and that forensic evidence and other witnesses conclusively proved Brown was killed while charging Wilson a second time.
Black Lives Matter was founded on lies, and according to a recent breakdown of the data by Heather Mac Donald of The Marshall Project, it still appears to be based on a persecution complex, not reality.
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