Q: Have we all had just about enough of this shit?
A: Yes. Yes, we most certainly have.
Late Saturday night, news broke that an unidentified gunman ambushed and shot two Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies while they sat in their patrol vehicle. The deputies were taken to a nearby hospital and their condition is unknown. Late Saturday night they were reportedly “fighting for their lives,” having been shot in the head.
Bad enough, to be sure. But hold on, the revolting BLM human debris weren’t quite done yet.
Overnight, things took an even darker turn.
Black Lives Matter protesters made it clear that to them the deputies’ lives do not matter, nor do the lives of anyone in the hospital where the deputies are being cared for. They aligned with the cowardly gunman, celebrating the shooting.
The BLM protesters gathered at the hospital and chanted “We hope they die!”
Ahh, but as grotesque and repellent as that was, you say, surely they didn’t go on to do something even worse? SURELY?!?
You don’t know your BLM pond scum very well, do you?
They also blocked entrances to the hospital emergency room, according to the LA County Sheriffs’ social media.
The cops should’ve gunned every last one of these vicious, murderous filth down right there and then and dragged their stinking carcasses off to the side, leaving them there to rot. Buzzards gotta eat too, you know. But hey, it’s never too late; anytime the Po-Po want to get started on that project, it’ll be jakesy-jukesy with me. More:
The City of Compton disbanded its own police department in 2000. It was riddled with corruption, and it was economically unfeasible for the City to continue funding it. Compton now contracts with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department for police services.
But the Sheriff’s Department has had a long history of trouble in the City of Compton. It is alleged by community activists that within the Sheriff’s Department — which has a large Latino component — there is an “assassination” squad who get special tattoos after killing a reputed gang member, justified or not.
Bold mine—and to some degree explanatory. The long-standing and intense animosity between De Black Foke and Latinos—particularly in LA, after the Latino gangs pretty much booted the Crips and Bloods out of South Central years ago—is nothing short of legendary.
The poor relationship between the community and the Department has only worsened during the summer of protests, and the violence on Saturday night isn’t all that surprising.
Probably not. But it damned well ought to be. Any culture so benumbed and depraved, so utterly soulless, that such outrages no longer retain the power to shock and horrify has decayed far beyond redemption, and is unworthy of rescue.