Black Lives Matter is dusting off its flags and signs and once again stopping traffic to honor the latest moron who chose to ignore the cops and got himself sho
Patrick Lyoya, a black man, was pulled over because the car he was driving had the wrong license plate, which is frequently indicative of a stolen car. Lyoya ignored over a dozen police commands, including one telling him to get back in his car, stop resisting, and drop the police officer’s taser, which he had wrestled away from a Grand Rapids, Mich., policeman. At one point, the police officer was on top of Lyoya, who was on his hands and knees, wrestling for the taser. The policeman, who in the various videos sounds as though he is running out of energy to continue fighting, pulled his gun and shot Lyoya in the back of the head.
Hero Takes a Fall
Like so many other black criminals who chose to fight the cops, Lyoya will be the next BLM “hero.” As per usual, BLM is now screaming that Lyoya didn’t “deserve to die” because of a wrong plate. That’s not why he died. He died because he, like so many other black “heroes,” resisted arrest, attacked a cop, and got shot in the process. He also took a cop’s weapon. What did he THINK was going to happen? He probably knew he’d be a hero to the far left. They’d riot in his name and paint murals of him nationwide. Why live in obscurity when you can die a legend?
We’ve all seen it again and again.
The Obamas, Oprah, and a host of other big wigs, black celebrities paid homage to career criminal George Floyd on the anniversary of his decision to resist arrest, resulting in his death.
Obama even tweeted the following: “George Floyd was murdered one year ago today. Since then, hundreds more Americans have died in encounters with police—parents, sons, daughters, friends taken from us far too soon. But the last year has also given us reasons to hope.”
George Floyd was murdered one year ago today. Since then, hundreds more Americans have died in encounters with police—parents, sons, daughters, friends taken from us far too soon. But the last year has also given us reasons to hope.
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) May 25, 2021