I don’t have an issue with anyone protesting. Honestly, this country was founded on protest. Protest to your heart’s content.

What I do have an issue with is protests turning into opportunities to loot businesses, beat (and kill) innocent people, and push your political agenda down everyone’s collective throat, while the lying propaganda media pretends this all amazing and wonderful.

A protest should not make others subservient. A protest should not force people to “bow” or bend the knee and accept a political cause. A protest, if it is just and righteous and true can stand on its own merits without all the theatrics and nonsense that we’re seeing now.

Watching anyone “kneel” before a man or a political cause sickens me. It’s weakness, fear, and guilt. It’s not “taking a knee” for police brutality. It’s bending the knee to the communist mob.

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We’ve gone from protesting the death of George Floyd to bending the knee and submitting to the will of the mob.

That’s quite a leap – a leap I’d rather die than ever take.

When we see military, or police, or politicians “bending the knee,” we don’t see people committing to “end police brutality.” We see people submitting to the communist mob.

Take a look at this group of Dem leaders, led by VA Senator Tim Kaine, kneeling at Mr. Floyd’s memorial.

They look like hostages…and that’s because they are hostages.

Political and Social Justice hostages.

“I am afraid and therefore unquestioningly obedient.”

“I stand to profit and therefore am willingly complicit.”

Or “I desperately want to get re-elected and will do absolutely anything to retain power. I have no scruples.”

“Never surrender to the “woke” outrage mobs… nothing is ever “good enough” for them. As soon as you bow down, they’ll tell you to kneel.”

“Weak humans… I’d say men but I don’t want to assume… and they’re far from…”

“Is THIS what the people of VIRGINIA want representing them? I would move from that state so fast…Absolutely disgusting.”

I am truly sickened at how Mr. Floyd was treated. Nobody should have to go through what he did. I still can’t watch the video, it breaks my heart.

I believe Mr. Floyd and his family deserve justice and I pray that they receive it. However, I don’t believe Mr. Floyd is a “hero.”

I find what Mr. Floyd did to that pregnant woman, appalling. I don’t care how many years ago it was – holding a gun to a pregnant woman’s stomach while 5 friends ransacked her house and robbed her is beyond reproach. Yes, I understand that he served 5-years for that crime and paid his debt, but someone who is capable of doing that is simply not hero material.

Just like 15 years from now the cop who kneeled on Mr. Floy’d neck will not become a hero and the police officers who stood and watched won’t be heroes either.

Time passing does not change this fact. Even if the cop became some civil rights activist in prison or a pastor – it doesn’t matter. Yes, he can do better and become a good person, but he will never be a “hero.”

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Was Mr. Floyd improving his life and becoming a better person? I like to believe he was, and I hope so. I saw a video he did before he was killed urging young black men to do better. I feel like Mr. Floyd did have a change of heart and was trying to do better and help others in his own way and that’s good. That’s what we should do, especially if we’ve done a lot of bad stuff. It’s the least we can do, right?

You can watch that video below:

But I cannot and will not celebrate any person, black, white, yellow, brown, or whatever, as a “hero” who held a gun against a pregnant woman’s stomach. Maybe it’s a “mom thing,” but I know what it feels like to have a human being grow inside and I remember the fear I had of anything happening to my daughter in utero – car accident, me falling, someone hurting me, etc. and to think someone would capitalize on those very deep and raw motherly fears in such a cold and calculating way is just very difficult for me to process.

That doesn’t mean I think Mr. Floyd deserved what he got. No way. He didn’t deserve that. Nobody does. But I don’t think he deserves to be hailed a “hero.”

Mr. Floyd deserved so much better than what he got that day, and the cop who killed him – regardless of how many drugs were in Mr. Floyd’s system – should face justice.

 

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