VILE: BLM Supporters Post Hateful Messages On Murdered Woman’s Facebook Page

Written by K. Walker on July 15, 2020

For people that decry hate so much, they really do show a lot of it.

The “tolerant” leftists who insist that saying “All Lives Matter” is a racist dog-whistle, have decided to flood the Facebook page of a young woman who was murdered for uttering the phrase and post comments saying that she deserved to be killed.

ClashDaily covered the death of Jessica Doty Whitaker, a 24-year old home health nurse, and the mother of a 3-year old boy, who was shot and killed after an altercation with people shouting “Black Lives Matter.” 

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Whitaker was walking with her fiancé, Jose Ramirez, and two of their friends in the early morning hours on July 5 along a canal in Indianapolis, IN, when someone in her group allegedly used “a slang version of the n-word” (ie. not the hard “r” version) and were confronted by strangers. An argument broke out and the strangers started shouting “Black Lives Matter” which prompted Whitaker to respond, “All Lives Matter.”

Ramirez says that although it got so heated that both groups pulled out guns, they were able to talk it through and even fist-bumped before heading their separate ways.

Moments later, someone opened fire from a nearby bridge and fatally shot Whitaker. Ramirez says that he was holding her at the time and “she just fell.”

Whitaker’s sudden, senseless death has crushed her family and confused her son who keeps asking when his mom can “come back from heaven.”

Now, people have flocked to Whitaker’s Facebook page and are leaving disgusting messages calling her racist for saying “All Lives Matter.”

Over the past few days hundreds of people have commented on posts on Whitaker’s Facebook page, several of them sharing scathing messages accusing her of being racist over her alleged ‘All Lives Matter’ remark.

‘I can’t feel bad for a racist who used a racial slur. Now you’ll have plenty of time to think about your horrible actions,’ one woman wrote.

Another man added: ‘Black lives matter. The rest of you are next.’

That comment was followed by a man who wrote: ‘Can’t feel bad for you when you used a racial slur and acted a f**king fool’ and a woman who shared a sarcastic crying emoji with the words: ‘Oh I’m sorry, did someone get what they f**king deserved?’

After a friend commented that they hoped cops find the people who killed Whitaker, one man wrote: ‘She should not of been racist and ran her mouth she’s shot dead that’s what she got BLM [sic].’

One of the commenters took aim directly at Whitaker’s mom, Arlene Doty, after she told WTHR: ‘I just want the people who are responsible to be held accountable.’

The troll responded on Facebook by writing: ‘I got some bad news for you Arlene. You are the one responsible for raising your daughter to hand out with racists.’

Here are a couple of screenshots of the vile messages the illiberal, intolerant, hateful, censorious leftists are posting:

Weird.

I’m old enough to remember when cyberbullying was something that we were all supposed to shun. But I guess it isn’t cyberbullying if the person you’re attacking has been murdered for her “problematic” wrongthink. It’s just dancing on her grave.

These are hateful people that think that a young nurse deserved to die for saying the most inclusive thing. So much for honoring the people that were committed to saving lives, eh? This home-health nurse just isn’t worthy because she wouldn’t parrot the politically correct phrase.

While prominent leftists try to gaslight and tweet that “cancel culture” isn’t real, here is a woman who faced the ultimate cancellation–her life was cut short and she is being called racist posthumously.

It has been more than a week since Whitaker’s murder and police are still looking for the person that shot her.

Authorities have released a video of possible suspects in the shooting. Ramirez says that there were four men and one woman in the group that they got into the heated, gun-brandishing exchange with. He says that although they seemed to resolve the issue, he believes that someone in that group waited for them to pass by and shot at them.

A GoFundMe page has been set up in Jessica’s name to cover funeral expenses and to take care of her son. At the time of this writing, over $75,000 has been raised.

Whitaker’s father, Robert Doty, has posted several gutwrenching posts and a photo of his new tattoo on his back bearing Jessica’s name.

‘Have you ever missed someone so much that event he thought of them made you cry?’ one photo he shared said.

‘I’m so emotionally lost,’ another photo read. ‘I love you, baby girl.’

On Tuesday, Doty revealed that he got a tattoo of his daughter’s name on his upper right back. ‘Ok I did a thing,’ he wrote on Facebook.

Family members have called for the Black Lives Matter movement to labelled a terrorist group, echoing a similar Sunday statement from President Trump-loyalist Rudy Giuliani.

In one Facebook post, Doty responds to one woman’s demand that ‘BLM be labeled a terrorist organization,’ by saying ‘I totally agree.’

Source: Daily Mail

It’s a heartbreaking story and it’s just worse now that strangers are piling on and smearing her memory on her personal Facebook page without ever having known her.

People who do this kind of thing are nothing but disgusting, hateful bullies. If anyone should be canceled and/or shunned from polite society, these horrible people should probably be at the top of the list. But I actually think it’s a good thing that they’ve exposed themselves as the awful people that they are.

Now you know the real haters–they’re the ones supporting the murder of a young woman for saying that “All Lives Matter.”

ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll