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by Daniel Barge

America is ripping out its guts and pissing on its founders because of two incidents in which Black men died while being arrested.

The mainstream media instantly presented these incidents as racially motivated and the victims as innocent "heroes." In fact, my first impression of the Rayshard Brooks incident was that a policeman had walked up to him as he slept in his car and pumped him full of lead.

Yes, there is a reason why trust in the mainstream media has plummeted below that of astrologers, used car salesmen, and lunatics.

The Floyd killing still looks bad, but every single new piece of information I have heard since the story broke has pushed against the media's initial presentation of it as a clear cut example of police brutality.

But the transformation of this case has even been outstripped by the Rayshard Brooks case.

One of the memes that the mainstream media were precipitate in putting out about him was that he was a devoted family man who was looking forward to celebrating his daughter's birthday party the next day. The implication was that he was trying to "peacefully" escape arrest in order to be with his "beloved" daughter on her birthday. Wow, what a guy, a veritable "Super Dad," cruelly gunned down by evil, racist White cops. Let's b*** down the neighborhood!

Touching as this was, of course it ran against everything we know about group traits in the African American community, where absent fathers and deadbeat dads are a major problem, so again I thought it was just possible the media might be running with a few porkies again.

Now, over a week later, we learn that Rayshard Brooks was terrified of being arrested because he was on probation and believed this would mean he would be sent back to jail. Even worse, the crime for which he was on probation was for beating the shit out of his kids.

As reported by the Daily Mail, an English newspaper that is happy to break ranks from the MSM if there is a good race-baiting story available:
DailyMail.com can reveal. It was the fear of incarceration that likely caused Brooks to panic in the face of imminent arrest and caused him to make a break for it:

The charges to which Brooks pleaded guilty and for which he was still on probation dated back to August 2014 when he was convicted on four counts – False Imprisonment, Simple Battery/Family, Battery Simple and Felony Cruelty/Cruelty to Children.

He was tried in Clayton County and sentenced to seven years on the first count, with one year in prison and six on probation and 12 months for each of the other three counts, sentences to be served concurrently.

His sentence was revised, and he was sent back to prison for 12 months in July 2016 when he violated the terms of his probation.

Brooks had not been in trouble since that year until last December when he went to Ohio without informing his probation officer and a warrant was issued for his arrest.

That warrant was revoked and the case dismissed when he returned to Georgia on January 6.
It looks like the authorities were trying their hardest to be lenient with the guy.

His wife, who oddly has a different surname, has grabbed onto the "Rayshard was a perfect father" narrative with both hands, no doubt because this seems best guaranteed to gain her a massive payout:
According to his wife, Tomika Miller, Brooks was a devoted husband to her and loving father to their three daughters (pictured) and his stepson.

Speaking to CNN, Miller recalled her husband as a happy person who always kept her spirits up and doted on their children.

She has told how Brooks pushed her to be a better person and said of her children: 'They got him wrapped around their little fingers.

'There's nothing they can't have even when I'm saying, ''Hey, stop, don't give them that, they don't need that''.'
"...always...doted on their children"? That's an interesting way of referring to "False Imprisonment, Simple Battery/Family, Battery Simple and Felony Cruelty/Cruelty to Children." She should get a job in PR.

Then there's this interesting twist: Brooks was stepping out with a White woman on the night he died, possibly the same one later filmed burning down the Wendy's where the incident happened.

Such ludicrous misrepresentations are bad enough, but when you consider the way they have been weaponised by the Left to cause chaos, destruction, and bloodshed, then they are surely crimes in themselves.

The MSM has approached this story in an unbelievably irresponsible and incendiary way, allowing blatant lies to be propagated and amplified, all to feed the central lie on which America itself is now based—namely that any group inequalities between races, especially those between Blacks and Whites are down to invisible racism.

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