Former Miss Alabama Suspended From TV Gig for Calling Dallas Sniper a ‘Martyr’

EDITORS NOTE: Now see for yourselves just how free your speech REALLY is in America. They can legally discriminate against you for that very speech. How quickly Americans forget a little thing called the 'Red Scare' and black listing innocent people all throughout Hollywood, Washington, and beyond.

Red Scare, War on Terrorism, Witch hunts, what's the difference? Oh yeah, the Russians didn't fire back. The freedoms guaranteed to you under the Bill of Rights and the Constitution are pure bull. Try to exercise any of those rights and see if the pigs don't mace you in your face. #Black Lives Matter NOT. According to the cops, in the US "#Only Blue Lives Matter"

By Tony Maglio From TheWrap

Kalyn Chapman James, the first black Miss Alabama, has been placed on administrative leave by South Florida PBS station WPBT2 after calling Dallas sniper Micah Xavier Johnson a "martyr" for killing five cops. The comments were made Sunday on Facebook Live.

"I'm dealing with a bit of guilt, because I don't feel sad for the officers that lost their lives -- and I know that that's really not my heart," James began. "I value human life and I want to feel sad for them, but I can't help but feeling like the shooter was a martyr -- and I know it's not the right way to feel because nobody deserves to lose their lives, and I know that those police officers had families and people who loved them."
"I'm so torn up in my heart about seeing these ... black men being gunned down in my community that I can't help but feel like I wasn't surprised what the shooter did to those cops," she added. "And I think a lot of us feel the same way."
She appeared to have deleted the video on Tuesday. James is an independent contractor for the local TV station.
Here's WPBT2's official statement, in which they do not mention her by name:
And in Oakland...
By Katrina Cameron and Harry Harris, Bay Area News Group

A night of protests, in solidarity with nationwide anti-police brutality events, saw thousands march Thursday night in downtown Oakland and onto Interstate 880, shutting down the freeway for four hours.

Five were arrested during the Oakland protests, which happened concurrently with marches in other cities, including Dallas, where five police officers were gunned down during a rally.

No injuries were reported during the mostly peaceful protest in Oakland, but some businesses and police headquarters were vandalized.

The rally began about 7 p.m. with 2,000 people marching down Broadway, some chanting "The whole damn system is guilty as hell," and arriving at the downtown plaza to hear passionate speakers with a muffled megaphone denounce police violence.

Oakland police estimated 1,000 people walked on the freeway while the others remained on city streets.

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And this just in...

Last night the Minnesota Lynx played a home game. They took the opportunity to express solidarity with Black Lives Matter and to dramatize allegedly wrongful deaths at the hands of policemen. Off-duty Minneapolis policemen who provided security for the Lynx walked out in protest. The Minneapolis Star Tribune has the story:

Four off-duty Minneapolis police officers working the Minnesota Lynx game at Target Center on Saturday night walked off the job after the players held a news conference denouncing racial profiling, then wore Black Lives Matter pregame warm-up jerseys.
Lt. Bob Kroll, president of the Minneapolis Police Federation, the union that represents rank-and-file officers, praised them for quitting. “I commend them for it,” he said. …
Asked if other officers will fill in for those who quit, Kroll said, “If [the players] are going to keep their stance, all officers may refuse to work there.”
The three-time WNBA champions wore black shirts that read “Change starts with us, justice and accountability” and on the back had Philando Castile’s and Alton Sterling’s names along with “Black Lives Matter.”
At a pregame news conference, Lynx forward Rebekkah Brunson said the players were “wearing shirts to honor and mourn the loss of precious American citizens and to plead change for all of us.”

EDITORS NOTE: Let me be the first to volunteer. Because if one of my brothers did what those cops did (in Minnesota and everywhere) I'd stand up and take responsibility. I would NOT assist in the cover-up or be offended if someone took issue and wanted to assert or exercise their Constitutionally guaranteed right to "peacefully assemble to redress their grievances".

But as I keep saying our rights are nothing more than pure bull.

Cops do NOT protect our rights to protest. The only thing they protect is property, they serve the property owners, the rich. Not us.

They shot four kids in Kent State massacre over 50 years ago and still haven't got their shit together. I'm not talking about the National Guard or the police. I'm talking about the government, the politicians who write the laws and control our police and military, when will WE THE PEOPLE hold them accountable and responsible for failing to do their jobs and protect all citizens of the US?

Just curious.

SPECIAL MESSAGE TO ALL LE: Please walk off your jobs. I have a ton of people who are more than happy to take your place. And they will do your job professionally and courteously. Let us teach you how to really 'protect and serve' a community. Step down so we can take your place. You are not wanted here any more. Good riddance pigs!

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