Couldn't even help themselves from murdering a black guy that gave them free food.
When they weren't just trolling for the LOLs, Anonymous was gloriously vicious in taking on their targets. They did a lot of good work in exposing Scientology. I always thought they could be a very powerful force of good if they just aimed right.Anon also released a ton of documents about Trump, including legal documents from past rape accusations and a whole bunch of photos of him kissing / cuddling tween girls with Jefferey Epstein. They going all out.
It reminds me of Insane Clown Posse saying "We are actually the good guys this time!"When they weren't just trolling for the LOLs, Anonymous was gloriously vicious in taking on their targets. They did a lot of good work in exposing Scientology. I always thought they could be a very powerful force of good if they just aimed right.
Louisville police chief fired after officer bodycams found to be off during fatal shootingI wonder how many body cameras are mysteriously malfunctioning right now.
Good. Start at the top, and work down anyone playing games with this. If you are afraid to be held accountable, you have no right to be policing the community.
The word is that they were doing it to attempt to get the crowds to "disperse peacefully" but once it was realized the protests were going to continue, down came the command to carry out "riot control". They basically only did it as a nice photo op and to get something they wanted out of the protesters, before reverting to "the people are the enemy" mode.Been seeing posts saying that in multiple situations where the cops joined with protesters, once they got their photo op in, switched to beating and shooting at the protesters.
You want to know the worst part? After killing David McAtee they just left his body laying in the street for 12 hours. As people started to gather again in the morning he was still laying there in the street which incited more protests and rioting.Man what are the odds.
Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde's Response to the President
"The President just used a Bible and one of the churches of my diocese as a backdrop for a message antithetical to the teachings of Jesus and everything that our church stands for. To do so, he sanctioned the use of tear gas by police officers in riot gear to clear the church yard.
"I am outraged.
"The President did not pray when he came to St. John’s; nor did he acknowledge the agony and sacred worth of people of color in our nation who rightfully demand an end to 400 years of systemic racism and white supremacy in our country.
We in the Diocese of Washington follow Jesus in His Way of Love. We aspire to be people of peace and advocates of justice. In no way do we support the President’s incendiary response to a wounded, grieving nation. In faithfulness to our Savior who lived a life of non-violence and sacrificial love, we align ourselves with those seeking justice for the death of George Floyd and countless others through the sacred act of peaceful protest."
Statement from Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry
on President Donald Trump's use of a church building and the Holy Bible.
"This evening, the President of the United States stood in front of St. John’s Episcopal Church, lifted up a bible, and had pictures of himself taken. In so doing, he used a church building and the Holy Bible for partisan political purposes. This was done in a time of deep hurt and pain in our country, and his action did nothing to help us or to heal us.
"The bible teaches us that 'God is love.' Jesus of Nazareth taught, 'You shall love your neighbor as yourself.' The prophet Micah taught that the Lord requires us to 'do justice, love mercy and walk humbly with our God.'
The bible the President held up and the church that he stood in front of represent the values of love, of justice, of compassion, and of a way to heal our hurts.
We need our President, and all who hold office, to be moral leaders who help us to be a people and nation living these values. For the sake of George Floyd, for all who have wrongly suffered, and for the sake of us all, we need leaders to help us to be 'one nation, under God, with liberty and justice for all.'"