Black Gunman Shoots Six Cops in Philly As Bystanders Jeer At Cops. Whose "Incendiary Words" Should We Blame?
08/15/2019
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If the El Paso gunman gave rise to a New York Times article saying How the El Paso Killer Echoed the Incendiary Words of Conservative Media Stars, what will this guy's actions lead to?

UPDATE— Maurice Hill surrendered Wednesday night after shooting six police officers and a 7-hour-long standoff.

At least six police officers were shot on Wednesday afternoon in Philadelphia’s Nicetown-Tioga section.

Philly Cop Shooter Identified: “Maurice Hill” – Has a Long Rap Sheet, Is Illegal Gun Owner — Shot Six Police Officers — SURRENDERS, by Gateway Pundit, August 15, 2019

Here's Hill being arrested by a local cop.

This happened in a black neighborhood, which is why you get headlines like Bystanders taunted and laughed as police officers were being fired upon in Philadelphia, TheBlaze, August 14, 2019.

This guy Maurice Hill seems to be a career criminal rather than an ideologue, and what led to his violently resisting arrest was apparently him being a drug dealer.

That means it's not definitely a Black Lives Matter attack like Dallas, or Baton Rouge, or Ismaaiyl Brinsley's murders in New York, which Pat Buchanan called out in What The Obama/Holder/de Blasio War On Cops Has Wrought.

However, the local people's reaction is part of the Black Lives Matter phenomenon, and people should have been asking Obama, Eric Holder, de Blasio, and now Kamala Harris about the black killers who "echo" as the New York Times put it, their "Incendiary Words".

For example, Obama saying "These are real issues" during a riot that started over a lie.

Will they ask? Don't hold your breath.

 

 

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