Dallas Black Lives Matter Terrorist Killed in Standoff; Search Continues for Bombs

Dallas Black Lives Matter terrorist killed in standoff

Dallas Black Lives Matter terrorist killed in standoff (Image source: WFAA)

One Black Lives Matter terrorist, who assassinated five Dallas police officers, and shot  more last night, has been killed in a standoff with police officers. It is not clear if the dead terrorist was killed by officers, or if he killed himself as officers moved in. Another person of interest is in custody, but it’s not clear if they were involved. The unidentified terrorist had told officers that he had explosives planted throughout the city and that many more police officers would die. Police officers are working through the night to search for bombs.

Make no mistake, this was a terrorist attack. Before the word “terrorist” became almost synonymous with radical Islamic extremists, we would also use the word to accurately describe domestic terrorists with ideals unrelated to Islam. The apparent motivations of those involved in the attack last night were spurred by the false narrative that police officers are committing genocide against black Americans. As absurd as such a belief is, it has been propagated by our news media, celebrities, and President.  The lie that police officers murder young black man over the color of their skin has spread so far, that it has saturated our society to the point that nobody bothers to examine why police had to use force; it’s assumed that any use of force against a black man is racially motivated and unjustified.

America has allowed criminals to vilify their protectors to the point that many don’t even see police officers as real people, with real families, who were working to try to make their community a safer place. Every person who wears the badge is viewed to be the exact same; any police action that is determined by agitators to be unjust, justifies violence against all officers.

We need every person who believes in the role of law enforcement to stand up now and offer their support; not just for the fallen officers, but in calling out the agitators on their false claims of racial injustice.