By: Diane Benjamin
Never let a good crisis go to waste.
This was Twitter yesterday after the Breonna Taylor decision. A grand jury – CITIZENS called on to make decisions – agreed two of the officers should not be charged. The decisions were not made by the police, a State’s Attorney, or even the BLACK Attorney General. Citizens heard the facts and decided only one officer should be prosecuted.
Citizens deciding justice wasn’t good enough for Patrick Lawler. See the 2nd Tweet. He wants political appointees to have the power to “hold officers accountable”. Of course he wants to defund the police. His third tweet implies Tari Renner is appointing people to boards and commissions that do not represent the community. (Art Taylor too Pat?) His 4th Tweet is typical of far left politicians – people need divided by color. This high school teacher wants to bring back segregation. He wants to make sure people he thinks are victims know they are victims.
Two officers were shot in Louisville last night. I didn’t see a single tweet from Jenn Carrillo or Patrick Lawler expressing outrage at that violence.
Tweets from the other announced candidate after being asked to comment by Jenn Carrillo. Systemic racism? America and Bloomington are not racist. Declaring systemic racism exists plays into the hands of the clowns wanting to overthrow the Constitution. Mike, are now on the hook to fix it since you admitted it exists.
Carrillo put this on her official City of Bloomington Facebook page, she doesn’t believe citizens in Louisville made the right decisions. Unless you agree with her you are guilty. I hope she isn’t voting Democrat, they are who she is referring to with her Jim Crow comments.
This nonsense isn’t going to stop until BLACK people stop it. Sick of whites and pretend oppressed people speaking for you? Survey after survey in black communities show blacks support the police. They know anarchy would exist in their neighborhoods without them. See Chicago where police aren’t allowed to police.
Don’t forget this event – the local first responders need to know you have their back: