By Hunter Wallace
Increasingly, I have noticed there is a lot of stuff that I don’t even have to write about anymore like the assassination of this White cop in Houston by a black male, who was shot 15 times in the back and head for being a police officer. It’s on FOX News and Bill O’Reilly is labeling #BlackLivesMatter a “hate group”:
“HOUSTON — A suburban Houston police officer who was ambushed at a gas station was shot 15 times, Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson said in court Monday.
Shannon J. Miles appeared briefly in state District Court in handcuffs and shackles and said very little, other than to answer the judge’s questions. He is being held without bond and was appointed two attorneys. …”
The SPLC has condemned the C of CC for spreading what it calls a “false narrative of a victimized white majority under siege by allegedly violent people of color in the United States.” We’ve noticed though that the SPLC has nothing to say about Muhammad Abdulazeez, Vester Flanagan, or Deputy Darren Goforth here and this mob marching through the streets calling for the blood of police officers.
Why hasn’t #BlackLivesMatter been labeled a “hate group”? Obviously, it is because the SPLC is anti-White and that would contradict the narrative. That’s why the SPLC blamed all Southerners for Dylann Roof in Charleston, but had nothing to say about the jihadist Abdulazeez in Chattanooga, except to say that Muslims shouldn’t be blamed for his actions and that irresponsible voices were stoking “Islamopobia.”
It’s also why Vester Flanagan can gun down two White reporters with hollow bullets featuring the initials of the victims of Charleston, explicitly call it a “race war” in his manifesto,” and the SPLC will ignore his “hate” and brush it aside. That’s also why they wrote about Rusty Houser in Lafayette, but not Flanagan in Roanoke.