About That OTHER Knife Fight in Ohio
You didn’t hear about it, and here’s why.
Did you hear about that knife fight in Ohio? No, not that one; the other one. The question is rhetorical because most likely you did not hear about the other one…
Last week, you heard plenty about the Minneapolis jury that rendered its guilty verdict against a white officer in the high-profile death of George Floyd. It found the officer guilty on murder and manslaughter charges, and, of course, the Biden/Harris regime and its Demo race-hustlers instantly declared the conviction was irrefutable proof that our justice system is consumed, top to bottom, with “systemic racism.”
Looking for their next “systemic racism” poster child, Demos found one in the police-involved shooting in Columbus, Ohio, on the same day as the Floyd verdict. Of course, you heard ad nauseam about a white police officer who made a split-second decision to use deadly force against a knife-wielding 16-year-old black girl who, as police body-cam footage clearly revealed, was about to stab another black girl she pinned against a car.
Joe Biden and his band of race-baiters immediately threw that officer to the wolves, implying the officer shot the assailant because of racist predispositions. The emotionally incontinent Leftmedia talkingheads generated plenty of ad revenue on that fallacious assertion, and the so-called Black Lives Matter cadres hit the streets. Naturally, leftist celebrities were quick to pile on.
However, plenty of evidence clearly showed this was a justifiable shooting and the officer saved a young black victim from life-threatening injury. Not a word of apology to that officer from Biden, et al.
What Biden and his Demo media and celebrity stooges did not mention is that, on the same day as the Columbus incident, there was another knife fight in Ohio. In that Cincinnati attack, no police officer was present in time to intervene and save the life of a black child. Consequently, a 13-year-old died in her father’s arms after being stabbed by another 13-year-old girl near the family’s home.
Her father, Maurice Jackson, was at her side moments after the assault. He responded with heartbreak and anguish: “I held her. I watched her as she died. I watched her, you know. All I could do was just hold her, hold her. I tried. I tried to stop the bleeding. The pain I’m feeling right now, it’s just, I can’t explain it. It’s very unexplainable. She should be burying me. I shouldn’t be burying her.”
Of course, the victim in Cincinnati does not fit the Demos’ hate narrative, and thus no Biden or Harris mention of that child, no BLM outcry for justice. This child was just another casualty of their urban poverty plantation policies that have kept poor people enslaved on government welfare plantations for generations.
Semper Vigilans Fortis Paratus et Fidelis
Pro Deo et Libertate — 1776
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