There is no moral equivalency when the lives of three black men are gone, casualties of the Deep State’s War on America.
You read about George Floyd or saw that shocking recording; Monday night’s gruesome flick was the livestream death of David Dorn.
The retired Police Captain from St. Louis was shot and killed at Lee’s Pawn and Jewelry when he answered a call to defend the shop against the looting anarchists.
The 77-year-old had served 38 years on the force; he was a friend of the owner of the pawn shop and went to check on his store when the alarm sounded.
David Dorn — say his name — was shot in cold blood and left to die on the sidewalk.
As his life drained away, those last moments were broadcast on Facebook Live, though the graphic video has since been taken down. No arrests, no suspects, no surprise. Just for the shock value.
In impromptu eulogies yesterday, former St. Louis Police Chief Tim Fitch said on Twitter that Dorn was “A true public servant. Protecting & serving all the way to the end. None of us who knew you are surprised you went out fighting at Lee’s Pawn this morning. God speed my friend.”
President Donald J. Trump tweeted, “Our highest respect to the family of David Dorn, a Great Police Captain from St. Louis, who was viciously shot and killed by despicable looters last night. We honor our police officers, perhaps more than ever before. Thank you!”
Our highest respect to the family of David Dorn, a Great Police Captain from St. Louis, who was viciously shot and killed by despicable looters last night. We honor our police officers, perhaps more than ever before. Thank you! pic.twitter.com/0ouUpoJEQ4
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 3, 2020
Dorn’s name is trending online with overwhelming support for the slain officer and his family. National media are being called out for not covering the incident while giving plenty of coverage to the protests over the death of George Floyd.
Terrence K. Williams shouted in a tweet, “KEEP POSTING HIS NAME!”
KEEP POSTING HIS NAME! #DavidDornslifemattered TOO
People posted black boxes all today for #blackoutuesday
— Terrence K. Williams (@w_terrence) June 3, 2020
Another casualty you might not have been told about yet in the war against America is David McAtee — say his name.
The owner of a barbecue restaurant in Louisville, Kentucky, was shot in a crowd that would not disperse. as police and National Guard soldiers were enforcing a curfew early Monday.
The police said they were responding to gunfire from the crowd. Meanwhile, police Chief Steve Conrad is gone after the incident — nobody’s sure if he’s resigned or was fired. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said it should have also been filmed, but officers involved in the shooting failed to activate their body cameras.
David Dorn was under the influence of his active sense of civic duty, which accounts for his great contributions to his community. David McAtee was feeding his community, serving barbeque.
Meanwhile, the latest from the saga of B-movie porn star George Floyd — people have been saying, screaming, placarding, and posting his name week — is that he may have been very doped up when it all went down.
TMZ is in on the game now, reporting that he had fentanyl — that would be synthetic and cheap and fatal Chinese heroin — in his system when he was killed, and died from a heart attack, according to the medical examiner. The medical examiner also found signs of recent methamphetamine use.
The Hennepin County, Minnepiolis, Medical Examiner released its toxicology findings which reveal that “George [Floyd] died from cardiopulmonary arrest which complicated law enforcement’s subdual, restraint and neck compression of him.” Under “how the injury occurred,” it states that George [Floyd] experienced “a cardiopulmonary arrest while being restrained by law enforcement.”
George Floyd’s death was a pretext to change the national narrative.
As the pandemic fear began to subside, the Deep State’s last-ditch effort to regain power over the narrative was this selective race war.
The object: to shift focus away from the impending Obamagate hearings, which are slated to begin today with the testimony of former Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein. Funny how ‘Blackout Tuesday’ when our celebrity stooge mouthpieces went silent on social media coincided with Hillary Clinton’s lawyer getting his brief obliterated in her last appeal to avoid answering real questions under oath.
Black Lives Matter in our country, of course, apriori, all life matters here.
But why is one black life being talked about and not the others?
It’s a movement needing a message and sadly being used as a cover for the real crimes.