|One of these was a "Black Lives Matter" supporter from St. Louis... the other was the individual the "Black Lives Matter" supporter murdered. Can you figure out who is which?|
A Missouri man who shot and killed a Kentucky state trooper during a traffic stop Sunday was an apparent Black Lives Matter sympathizer who protested in the days after the shooting death of Michael Brown last year and attended the 18-year-old’s funeral, social media posts show.
Joseph Thomas Johnson-Shanks, 25, shot Kentucky State Police Trooper Joseph Cameron Ponder after a high-speed chase on Interstate 24 at around 10:30 p.m. local time Sunday.
Johnson-Shanks fired into Ponder’s cruiser at the end of the 10-mile chase, striking and killing the rookie trooper.
Joseph Cameron Ponder was the type of white man you might see at a bar enjoying a drink with friends, or pushing a shopping cart at a Wal-Mart while holding his young daughters hand. Today, his family will go to sleep knowing the world of tomorrow won't include him.
But it is men like Ponder who wake up every day to do their duty and spend most of their conscious moments getting continually crapped upon and thrown under the bus by the allies/champions of the BLM who will turn first.
Indeed, they already have in Baltimore.
And by turning away from performing their duty and allowing nature to run its course, the streams of law and order will once again flow where the combined efforts of BLM supporters, academia, the media, and politicians have been desperately trying to dam them up.
For now, BLM leaders get to guest lecture at Yale; one day, our children will learn the story of Officer Perry Renn as a reminder of the climate existing in the final stages of the egalitarian experiment existing only until nature finally returned to toss those who deny reality out once and for all.