A story so big you only a journalist could miss it — there really ARE people calling for the murder of Americans!
Remember when CNN was outraged about the BLM protesters calling for the deaths of police officers? Probably not.
What about their outrage when Louis Farrakhan called for the murder of 10,000 whites?
No. But they are “sure” that Trump has called for the head of his political rival. For anyone following the news, it’s not Trump’s enemies that have a nasty habit of showing up dead under mysterious circumstances.
What about This one, about a Black Supremacist radio host? Was THIS on the news?
Referring to last weekend’s assassination of Texas Deputy Daron Goforth, a husband and father who was shot 15 times at point blank range from behind while gassing up his patrol car, self-described black supremacist King Noble explains that what the execution of that “cracker cop” tells him is that “it’s open season on killing whites and police officers and probably killing cops, period. “It’s unavoidable, inescapable. It’s funny that that now we are moving to a time where the predator will become the prey.”
After claiming that blacks are like lions who can win a “race war” against whites, Noble declares that,
“Today, we live in a time when the white man will be picked off, and there’s nothing he can do about it. His day is up, his time is up. We will witness more executions and killing of white people and cops than we ever have before.”
“It’s about to go down. It’s open season on killing white people and crackas.” truthrevolt
Anti-police users, many of them Black Lives Matter supporters, took to the platform to praise the deaths of the Dallas policemen. Many called the dead policemen “pigs,” while others said that they deserved to be killed. Still others openly called for more police deaths, echoing the calls for cop-killings that flooded the platform in the days preceding the Dallas shootings.
Twitter’s terms of service explicitly forbids “threats of violence” and any tweets that “promote violence, including threatening or promoting terrorism.” The company also bans use the platform for the “furtherance of illegal activities.” Yet, so far, the platform has taken no action against accounts promoting violence against the police, which includes a verified user with more than four hundred thousand followers.
Instead, the company issued a tweet in support of anti-police protesters, pledging to “join the voices demanding racial justice.”
Nope. The news is fretting about NRA members. Because that’s the BIG story.