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#BlackLivesMatter | The REAL reason for Charlotte riots

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By Mychal Massie | 26 Sept 2016

Mychal Massie says ‘social injustice’ has nothing to do with the violence

 
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The smoke and stench of destruction by blacks with no sense of moral propriety rising in the air over Charlotte-Mecklenburg, North Carolina, can be seen for miles. The images of the violence they have perpetrated and the appalling screeds that flowed from their mouths like a severe case of encopresis have been broadcast worldwide.
 
The abhorrent barbarism that has shaken Charlotte is being attributed to the police shooting and killing of Keith Lamont Scott. But that is the red herring used to silence truthful criticism and justify animalistic behavior. It may have been a secret to the rest of America, but it was no secret to those in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area that Scott had a two-decade-long history of gun violence, which included the shooting at police officers in Texas. But as is typical in instances like this, the most violent of offender is immediately heralded to be worthy of sainthood, their lengthy criminal histories notwithstanding.
 
The riots, which where in large part free shopping sprees, were not about justice; if they had been about justice, the rioters would have helped police get Scott off the streets long before he signed his own death warrant by disobeying commands by police to drop the gun he was brandishing. It should also be noted that Scott was breaking the law having the gun because legally he could not purchase and carry a firearm with his criminal history – which means he had to have purchased the firearm illegally from another street thug. But I digress.
 
The shooting of Scott was the excuse used to promote violence and racist vitriol by blacks. The late Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, D-N.Y.. once said: “Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts.” That observation segues perfectly to Moynihan’s profoundly insightful observation:

 
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