Four years ago a black lives matter activist killed 5 Dallas Police officers from a sniper’s position during a protest against the lawful killing of Alton Sterling by Baton Rouge police officers. The next day a woman named Becky Monson woke up and posted this on Facebook.
Becky Monson is a locally based “plus sized model.”
Of course this is just a term that people use to call themselves because the word “unhealthy” makes them sad. “Plus sized” is a way you can put a positive spin on the fact that you’ve neglected to exercise for years and eat poorly. Just ask Becky:
It’s OK though, because she loves herself.
And therein lies the problem with people like Becky. They love themselves but they don’t love innocent people. I could sit here all day and rip people like her apart. It’s too easy. Instead we’ll just point out how filthy and hateful her words are.
Becky Monson has a right to say stupid things, and she has a right to live. Her life matters, even though she thinks other people’s lives don’t matter. What happened in Dallas is what happens when mobs form out of hatred and anger. We are better than them. We do not need to stoop to their levels. A simple public shaming should suffice.
How quickly we’ve all forgotten about these officers killed in Dallas, and the others who sacrificed their lives to keep us all safe. This happened just six weeks after Auburn Police Officer Ron Tarentino was murdered by a career criminal at a traffic stop. Black lives matter, and people like Becky Monson, get a perverted joy in seeing this happen, but usually they just pretend that it doesn’t happen.
Four years ago people like Becky Monson were fringe. Today they’re mainstreamed. Major corporations push the virtues of black lives matter without bothering to find out what they actually stand for. The killer in Dallas proudly associated himself with their movement, and was motivated by anti-police rhetoric being put forward by politicians and community leaders. They are not interested in the truth. They are not interested to wait and see what happens when the Justice Department investigates the viral police shootings in Baton Rouge and Minnesota. They are only interested in chaos, destruction, and unrest. Now five police officers are dead because of it.
All Lives Matter. Except Becky Monson’s.
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