After Violent Weekend and Black Terror Militia Display, Gov. Brian Kemp Deploys 1,000 Troops to Georgia Streets
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp is calling for a state of emergency and putting 1,000 National Guard troops on the streets after an exceptionally violent weekend that saw a black terror militia enforce racial dominance with firearms.
Kemp made the announcement that five people were killed in Atlanta over the weekend with over 30 people being shot. The most tragic of all the deaths was that of eight-year-old girl Secoriea Turner, who was gunned down near the Wendy’s recently burned down by a mob of Black Lives Matter (BLM) thugs.
In his announcement, Kemp said that “peaceful protests were hijacked by criminals with a dangerous, destructive agenda. Now, innocent Georgians are being targeted, shot, and left for dead.”
“This lawlessness must be stopped and order restored in our capital city. I have declared a State of Emergency and called up the Georgia Guard because the safety of our citizens comes first,” Kemp added. “This measure will allow troops to protect state property and dispatch state law enforcement officers to patrol our streets. Enough with the tough talk. We must protect the lives and livelihoods of all Georgians.”
Perhaps even more alarming than the gun violence was the black terror militia that menaced white people with firearms at Stone Mountain.
Roughly 1,000 anti-white terrorists demonstrated with arms at Stone Mountain, demanding that a Confederate mural be torn down.
Members of the black terror mob harassed white drivers demanding reparations to slavery, as the U.S. begins to more closely resemble Somalia thanks to diversity and multiculturalism.
Video of the terror display can be seen here:
OK, game changer.
Approaching someone’s car armed because they’re white and demanding “reparations” is perilously close to felony armed robbery and is most definitely a hate crime.
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) July 5, 2020
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Bottoms, who has cheered on the BLM terror spree as it has swept the country, is now remorseful because innocent people are being caught in the crossfire of the ongoing marxist revolution.
“We have talked about this movement that is happening across America at this moment in time when we have the ears and the interest of people across this country and across this globe who are saying they want to see change,” Bottoms said.
“We’re fighting the enemy within when we are shooting each other up in our streets. You shot and killed a baby,” she added.
Big League Politics reported earlier today about the father of the eight-year-old murder victim calling out the BLM movement for its immense hypocrisy:
The father of an eight year old girl killed by armed Black Lives Matter rioters in Atlanta excoriated his daughter’s killers for their hypocrisy, pointing out that they had killed a black child while “protesting” under the auspices of the movement.
Secoriya Williamson was speaking at an Atlanta City Council meeting. His daughter, eight year old Secoriea Turner, was shot and killed when armed protestors of the Black Lives Matter movement opened fire on a vehicle she was riding in that crossed over an illegal road barrier that the rioters had set up. Turner was killed near the parking lot of the Wendy’s in which Rayshard Brooks was shot after stealing a police officer’s taser, an event that set off a firestorm of Black Lives Matter protests in the city.
“They say black lives matter… You killed your own. You killed your own this time. Just because of a barrier? They killed my baby because she crossed a barrier? You killed a child… She didn’t do nothing to nobody.”
The killing of an eight year old child is an utterly unspeakable crime, to which the police shooting of an armed suspect resisting arrest pales in comparison to. Sadly, the death of Turner will receive only a small fraction of the media coverage and community outrage in comparison to the shooting death of Brooks.
Kemp hopes to restore law and order and halt BLM’s momentum with his state of emergency as troops are deployed to keep the peace.