I’m trying to spend less time on Facebook these days. Because it’s a colossal time suck of stupidity. I can’t count how many times I’ve posted something political in nature, and minutes later thought, “Naw, screw it.” Then deleted the post because I don’t feel like arguing about it. As the saying goes, you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make them drink.
But occasionally I come across something worth tossing my two cents at.
Behold, Shaun King, douche-nozzel extraordinaire!
A quick google searched proved that there was a lot of news on these two officers, and it proves what should be obvious, Shaun King is a racial tension flaming butthole who is trying to make this political.
Both officers were shot with FIVE other officers of differing races. And they weren’t selectively shot and killed because they were black, they were shot because the perp was a hell-bound creep who sexually assaulted foster children and didn’t want to go to jail.
Race doesn’t mean anything in this example. Shaun King is taking their sacrifice and abusing it by turning it political. Screw that guy.
As for the War On Police, it’s not just about police being killed in the line of duty. It’s about the lack of political support of officials who will automatically assume an officer is guilty because of the color of his skin without due process or even knowing the most basic of the facts. They’ll destroy a officer’s career while spreading misinformation, flame tensions into riots and protests to destroy peoples homes, businesses, and harm each other, all because it helps their career or re-election.
THOSE people have a common political affiliation. And it ain’t Republican.
In other news, I’ve recently been watching the greatness of Candace Owens. She’s a smart cookie and don’t take no crap from stupid folk. This video is fantastic, and the wild-eyed white lunatic reminds me of ‘Jamm’ from Parks and Rec.
In other… other news, this is groovy:
The Bible belonged to Private Leslie Friston, a nurse with the Royal Army Medical Corps, Sky News reports. Blinded and suffering from respiratory problems following a gas attack in 1917, the then 23-year-old soldier was recovering in a makeshift hospital bed when a German plane machine-gunned the building. The bullets passed through the building’s tin roof and two hit his Bible, which was on Friston’s bedside table.