As the facts come out in the case of three officers shot in Baton Rouge, the picture of how the gunman came to the decision to start firing becomes clearer. The killer, Gavin Eugene Long, was a longtime follower of the Nation of Islam. Just one week before the Baton Rouge shooting, Louis Farrakhan made a video in which he said:
“When you are willing and not afraid anymore to pay the price for freedom — don’t let this white man tell you that violence is wrong. Every damn thing that he got, he got it by being violent — killing people, raping and robbing and murdering. He’s doing it as we speak, and then he has the nerve to come and tell us that violence and hatred won’t get it. Don’t buy that!”
Talking about the white man, Farrakhan said that the white man was worthy to be hated and that God hates and man is no better than God. Considering the fact that liberals accuse Donald Trump and the NRA for every bad thing that happens with no correlation between their comments and actions and the crimes committed, it would seem that direct influence should receive the blame.
Farrakhan is directly calling for violence. Yet, have you heard of any liberal accusing him of being the cause for violence. That video was released just a couple of hours before five policemen were killed in Dallas.
But if you think Farrakhan or BLM or even the New Black Panthers will ever have to pay for their violent diatribe, I’m afraid you will be very disappointed. And as long as they are allowed to continue, they will be inspiring potential murderers all across the country. Blacks cannot be racists, they cannot commit hate crimes and now they can’t incite to riot or kill.