Quintez Brown is a BLM star, and he was one of Obama's favorites for advocating for gun control. He's received a ton of praise from democrats and the mainstream media over the years. Here's what he once said: "Every time lawmakers vote against gun safety, and thus the lives of our most vulnerable, they show that their hearts can be as cold as the steel of the guns they praise." So, as you can see, he was deep into the issue.
Okay, now would be a great time to take a huge gulp of that stiff drink in your hand. Quintez decided to go to the election campaign office of a republican running for mayor of Louisville and he opened fire with a 9MM handgun, barely grazing the politician. A lot of bullets flew, but he was a terrible shot thank God. He owned a legal firearm, and he made the decision to try and kill a republican candidate, his weapon had no say so in the matter. More gun regulations wouldn't have stopped him from being an idiot.
Now here's the media reaction. You might want to hit that drink again. "A terrifying incident in Louisville, Kentucky this week revealed the dangers of the talk come from the right about civil war and political violence. There's been no indication yet that the activist (the key and very misleading word being yet), had ties to any right-wing organizations. This attack was fueled by increasing violent rhetoric coming from extremist Republicans." No word of his democratic ties or that he was an executive with the BLM movement. I'm sure leaving the information out was an innocent mistake on their part (note sarcasm).
So first of all, they're tying Brown to the Republican Party when he was deep in the Democratic Party; one of Obama's favorites. Democrats and the media are leaving this little tidbit out and are trying to completely mislead people about what happened. Same thing with the Hillary scandal that is unfolding. If someone believes what they're saying, then he or she would have a totally distorted view of the truth. How about those apples? This is third-world type corruption, and it stems from the left.
News agencies and democrats in general, once again are trying to flip the script, blaming republicans for something they're actually guilty of doing. Can you say, diabolical? I strongly believe (especially since I was a farm boy and saw it in action), that we will reap what we sow either here on earth and/or when we die. It's a natural law which has always been fulfilled since the beginning of mankind.