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The horrific Compton shooting should be a clarifying moment in America

As I write this, the Compton shooter is still unknown, the two Los Angeles sheriff’s deputies are still clinging to life, and the Democrat party is failing its Sister Souljah moment — that is, the moment when it must repudiate a failing, unwholesome principle if it is to survive politically.  Instead of disavowing the police hatred they fomented, the Democrats are using the shooting to push for gun control.

Black Lives Matter is an anti-police movement.  It started in 2013, when George Zimmerman, a Hispanic man, killed Trayvon Martin, who was trying to kill him.  It found its footing in 2014, when a police officer shot Michael Brown after Brown tried to wrestle the officer’s gun away from him.  BLM’s power grew when Eric Garner, an obese man illegally selling cigarettes in New York City, resisted arrest and died in a police chokehold.  Since then, every time police have killed or wounded a black man resisting arrest or threatening either explicitly or implicitly to kill the police, BLM has been on it.

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