Black Lives Matter: Demario Bailey
I was watching the CBS Nightly "News" last night as they showed protesters in Chicago marching over the deaths of Eric Garner and Saint Michael Brown. I had to snicker and roll my eyes watching it just knowing of hypocritical and fake these people are. The irony is that these protesters live in the most deadly city in America to be a black person, Chicago.Yesterday in Chicago an estimated 300 people took part in protests throughout the city in which 25 of them were arrested. Like I've been saying,
" a black life is more endangered at the hands of another black person then it ever will be at the hands of law enforcement and that include white cops."
Case in point. Another black life was taken in Chicago a few days ago. Demario Bailey who was 15 was shot and killed in a robbery attempt for his coat. Thankfully a 17 year old thug by the name of Carlos Johnson has been arrested and charged with first degree murder of Demario. I wish I could say that if this scum is found guilty, he could get the death penalty, but Illinois like may blue states do not have the death penalty. Got to protect the lives of the thugs you know. I guess it's only fitting that that tax payers be burdened with taking care of these animals. I doubt that there will be any protests in Chicago in the wake of Demario's senseless murder. I mean lets face it, he died at the hands of another black person and not a white cop, so the protesters could care less about this black life lost in their own city, (even though it's suppose to matter) Furthermore Demario just like his twin brother Demacio was a good kid who never gotten into trouble, so that's another strike against him. Demario and his brother Demacio were honor students at a charter school. Again, they were good kids. The four thugs stalked Demario and his brother Demacio like wild animals surrounding their prey. Again, truly innocent blacks lives are by far more an endangered species living in an inner city neighborhood then they ever would be for being arrested by police officers. This is the brutal and statistical truth of the streets. No matter how much the racial agitators, clueless protesters want to ignore the truth, the truth isn't going to go away. This is the truth. The senseless death of Demario Bailey is a clear reminder of that. Inner cities neighborhoods aren't dangerous because of white police officers. They don't live there.When coming home from school or work and living in these neighborhoods who do you have to fear while looking over your shoulder, a white police officer or a group of young black males?