These Shootings by Rhonda L. Jackson

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I wrote about the shooting deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile on yesterday. I wrote about the need to be proactive instead of reactive. Micah Xavier Johnson WAS REACTIVE NOT PROACTIVE and his actions only MAKES MATTERS WORSE!! Micah Xavier Johnson actions were the actions of a coward and a fool and no better than the police who shot Alton Sterling and Philando Castile! His actions were desperate and childlike! BLACK LIVES MATTER!! This statement is unequivocal and true and their actions are proactive! This movement was not born to respond just to the actions late. But these actions were born of centuries of mistreatment and discounting by the police! And proactivity not reactivity is the best weapon we have against these types of situations! More violence WILL NOT solve the problem it will only add fuel simmering embers! I have to say something about being a part of the problem instead of being a part of the solution! Lieutenant Dan Goeb Patrick you are being part of the problem! There's no link between the BLACK LIVES MATTER peaceful march and this lone shooter! Your STUPID statement blaming this shooting on the peaceful BLACK LIVES MATTER protest is inflammatory and unnecessary! Stop being part of the problem and start being part of the solution! There is more to be said about the governor and the and the lieutenant governor of Texas. Dan Patrick was an on TV as a sports personality waaaay back in the day. This man pulled his shirt off during a live TV broadcast (how does this type of action prepare one to be lieutenant governor?) ! Now I must say ONLY IN TEXAS can a governor PROCLAIM OUT LOUD that the federal government under the leadership of the sitting president is INVADING TEXAS!! So in Texas we have a governor who is delusional and a Lt. Governor who is an exhibitionist! WTF

 

 


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