Two More Officers Shot
In the wake of 11 police officers shot by the Black Lives Matter Terrorists in Dallas, two more police officers have been shot in separate instances in Georgia and Missouri. At this time, there’s no information that these two additional shootings were racially motivated like the Black Livers Matter Terrorist police assassinations in Dallas.
In Missouri, Fox2Now reports:
Authorities are investigating after a police officer was shot during a traffic stop Friday morning in west St. Louis County. It happened shortly before 11 a.m. near the 300 block of New Ballwin Road. According to our partners at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the wound was in the neck.
The officer, who works for the Ballwin Police Department, was transported to a local hospital for treatment. His condition is unknown at this time.
The suspect was apprehended a short time later in the 800 block of Burgundy Lane after a foot pursuit. A weapon was recovered.
Police say he is a tall, thin African-American male who was wearing a gray tee-shirt and blue jeans.
In Georgia, ABC News reports:
A man opened fire Friday on a police officer investigating a report of a damaged vehicle in south Georgia and was wounded when the officer returned fire, police said. The suspect also was wounded, but both men are expected to survive.
Valdosta Police Chief Brian Childress said the officer was shot “multiple times” and that he’s grateful both men will be OK.
“He is out of surgery now. His family is at the hospital. And I’m happy to report he’s going to be fine,” Childress said. “He’s in stable condition but he’s in the ICU as a precaution.”
The suspect was not identified.
Georgia Bureau of Investigation spokesman Scott Dutton said one of the shots hit the officer in the abdomen, just below his protective vest. Other shots hit the officer’s vest. Dutton said it’s early in the investigation, but there’s nothing to indicate that the shooting was related to the ambush of police officers in Dallas.
“You start to wonder. But any motive of why this happened this morning would be speculation,” Childress said.
The false narrative of Black Lives Matter being supported by the news media, celebrities, and our president has added the illusion of legitimacy to their outrageous claims. More racially motivated attacks on officers are likely to come as a result of their recklessness, but we must also remember that it has sadly become a common occurrence for police officers to be shot in our country. You don’t often hear about all of these shootings, especially when the officers survive.
We will update you if the shooters motives a revealed to be motivated by more Black Lives Matter propaganda.