The hypocrites that call themselves Black Lives Matter are finally being taken on. Unfortunately, it is not our government nor civil rights groups that are doing it, but the father of slain police officer, Patrick Zamarippa. More than a year ago, the Dallas shooting took place, it was inspired by and encouraged by BLM who refused to call for less violent action against the police force.
Zamarippa’s father (with the backing of the Dallas PD) is suing BLM for $550 million and is calling for the group to be held responsible for the shooting. The racial division and tension in the US is higher than at any time in recent history, and much of the blame for this can be placed squarely on the doorstep of those who refuse to acknowledge the facts of reality.
Many are wondering at the outcome of this case, and media commentators are saying that even if BLM lose, no actual payment can be delivered because they are a movement of “just regular people”. But this is not true. Documents from George Soros’ Open Society Foundation clearly show that BLM have been bankrolled by not just Soros himself, but other “progressive” organizations. They are the real paymasters and power behind BLM and they should be the one’s to pay. Not the “useful idiots” who march and protest whilst calling for violence.
For a year now, American law enforcement has had to deal with the anger and divisiveness of Black Lives Matter. Now, the Dallas Police have decided to take a stand against those putting a target on the back of officers.
This year, Patrick Zamarippa was murdered during the Dallas shooting. Now, his father is suing the Black Lives Matter organization for $550 million, holding them responsible for the tragedy.
“While Defendant Black Lives Matter claims to combat anti-black racism, the movement has in fact incited and committed further violence, severe bodily injury and death against police officers of all races and ethnicities,” the lawsuit begins. “Black Lives Matter is, in fact, a violent and revolutionary criminal gang.”
The lawsuit then continues with a heartbreaking plea for justice.
“I want justice for my son,” Enrique Zamaripp writes. “He protected his country, and he protected everybody. And he gave his life up doing that.
What do you think? Do Black Lives Matter activists need to be held accountable for their actions?