It’s bad enough that this cop hunting down blacks mantra is a blatant lie, not based on facts, but when an NFL player posts a photo like the one below on Instagram after five officers were slaughtered and seven others were injured by a deranged racist, it leaves one speechless.
Allegedly, Isaiah Crowell, the Cleveland Browns running back, age 23, is apologizing and deleted the image but his feelings were made known and his apology has little point, doesn’t it?
He envisions ISIL beheading an officer who would give up his life to save his.
“Mood: They give polices all types of weapons and they continuously choose to kill us…(hashtag)Weak,” the caption read.
Aside from his false premise, his twisted heart was exposed for all to see. What kind of person would wish this on anyone and encourage some other deranged individual to do something like this?
And who are these 33 people who liked it?
He posted the photo after Philando Castile and Alton Sterling were fatally shot by police, without having the evidence on what transpired in those two deaths. Does he want us to go to vigilante justice?
This is his apology.
“Last week was an emotional and difficult week as we saw extreme acts of violence against black men across our country as well as against police officers in Dallas. I posted an image to Instagram in the midst of that emotion that I shouldn’t have and immediately removed it. It was an extremely poor decision and I apologize for that mistake and for offending people. My values and beliefs do not match that image,” Crowell said in a statement.
The statement continued, “I am outraged and upset by the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile along with so many others. I am also outraged and saddened by the attacks in Dallas and the deaths of the 5 honorable police officers (Lorne Ahrens, Michael Krol, Michael J. Smith, Brent Thompson, and Patrick Zamarripa) who were providing protection while trying to keep peace. We have to be better as a society, it’s not about color, it’s about what’s right and wrong. I was very wrong in posting that image. Every single life matters, every death as a result of violence should be treated with equal outrage and penalty.”
It is not known if the Browns or the NFL will take action against Crowell over the Instagram post.
What do you think? Is this apology enough? You can contact Commissioner Goodell here.
The third-year running back led the Browns in rushing last season with 706 yards. Crowell rushed for 1,313 yards and 12 touchdowns his first two seasons.
The insanity doesn’t even stop there.
Alabama’s first-ever black Miss Alabama winner posted a video Sunday, tearfully admitting she views Dallas shooter Micah Johnson as a “martyr” and isn’t upset about the five police he murdered.
Kalyn Chapman James said – after leaving church – that she wished she could feel bad about the cops being murdered but she doesn’t.
She’s another product of lies by race baiters.