While the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement continues to drag out the severely damaged racial relations across many platforms, including white officers shooting black criminals, one angry man had enough and interrupted Mayor of Rochester, NY, Lovely Warren, with his own message.
Warren was speaking to the press near the scene of a fatal shooting when Edward Watson, a black man, interrupted and criticized her and other black leaders with their hypocrisy for ignoring the black on black crime in the area.
Watson stopped Warren and her press conference and angrily explained to her and the press that black on black crime means nothing to them.
“If this was a white police officer gunning down three blacks and injured four, Wilson High School would be set on fire… and every black leader, every community leader would be up here.”
“Black lives matter, hands up; blacks are murdering blacks every 32 hours since June. I have been in this town all my life. I’m 56 years old… I am afraid of being shot and gunned down by a black,” Watson said. “Again, if this were a white police officer shooting three blacks, people would be out here, the school would be on fire, people be coming forward and saying I saw this white police officer but because it’s black on black crime… it is socially acceptable for blacks to not talk to the police.”
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