The Democratic National Committee has officially endorsed the increasingly violent Black Lives Matter movement whose paranoid radical left-wing members accuse police nationwide of systemic anti-black racism and brutality against black suspects.
Throwing their lot in with black racists and radical Black Power militants who have openly expressed support for the murder of police officers, Democrats embraced a statement that slams the U.S. for allegedly systemic police violence against African-Americans. The statement is not extreme enough for the Black Lives Matter movement whose leaders quickly rejected it. Last month members of the movement unveiled a list of policy proposals they claim will help to bring about "a world where the police don't kill people."
What's especially interesting about the resolution that hundreds of delegates at the DNC meeting in Minneapolis on Friday approved is that it accuses American police of "extrajudicial killings of unarmed African American men, women and children."
In other words, it is now official Democratic Party policy that there are roving death squads manned by police officers who specifically stalk and execute without trial black men, women, and children across America. Police in the United States today, says the DNC, are no better than the Sturmabteilung and Einsatzgruppen of Nazi Germany, the Soviet-era Cheka and NKVD, and the (Democrat-led) Ku Klux Klan, all of which used extrajudicial killings for political repression.
A copy of the draft resolution obtained by BuzzFeed News before the grotesque anti-American pander-fest Friday uses the same kind of inflammatory, dishonest wording Bill Ayers and his Weather Underground comrades used to endorse the Black Power movement and condemn the U.S. during their bombing sprees that wreaked havoc on American society.
The full wording of the resolution as approved by DNC delegates does not appear to have surfaced online but the draft states:
WHEREAS, the Democratic Party believes in the American Dream and the promise of liberty and justice for all, and we know that this dream is a nightmare for too many young people stripped of their dignity under the vestiges of slavery, Jim Crow and White Supremacy; and
WHEREAS, we, the Democratic National Committee, have repeatedly called for race and justice – demilitarization of police, ending racial profiling, criminal justice reform, and investments in young people, families, and communities — after Trayvon Martin, after Michael Brown, after Tamir Rice, after Freddie Gray, after Sandra Bland, after Christian Taylor, after too many others lost in the unacceptable epidemic of extrajudicial killings of unarmed black men, women, and children at the hands of police ...
WHEREAS, without systemic reform this state of unrest jeopardizes the well-being of our democracy and our nation;
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the DNC joins with Americans across the country in affirming “Black lives matter” and the “say her name” efforts to make visible the pain of our fellow and sister Americans as they condemn extrajudicial killings of unarmed African American men, women and children ...
(The Say Her Name campaign is an offshoot of Black Lives Matter that claims not enough attention is being paid to black female victims of police brutality.)
In the document the DNC also "renews our previous calls to action and urges Congress to adopt systemic reforms at state, local, and federal levels to prohibit law enforcement from profiling based on race, nationality, ethnicity, or religion, to minimize the transfer of excess equipment (like the military-grade vehicles and weapons that were used to police peaceful civilians in the streets of Ferguson, Missouri) to federal and state law enforcement; and to support prevention programs that give young people alternatives to incarceration."
The DNC delegates approved the resolution on the same day a white sheriff's deputy in Texas was shot to death allegedly by a black suspect in an unprovoked attack. The next day Black Lives Matter demonstrators marched near the Minnesota state fair chanting violent anti-police slogans and carrying signs reading "End White Supremacy." Activists shouted “Pigs in a blanket, fry ’em like bacon,” while walking (protected by police) on a highway south of the fair grounds.
The Black Lives Matter Network released a statement with a distinctly Leninist flavor pooh-poohing the DNC resolution of support:
A resolution signaling the Democratic National Committee's endorsement that Black lives matter, in no way implies an endorsement of the DNC by the Black Lives Matter Network, nor was it done in consultation with us. We do not now, nor have we ever, endorsed or affiliated with the Democratic Party, or with any party. The Democratic Party, like the Republican and all political parties, have historically attempted to control or contain Black people's efforts to liberate ourselves. True change requires real struggle, and that struggle will be in the streets and led by the people, not by a political party.
Some conservatives have loudly criticized the movement saying it is based on anti-American lies and that it fuels violence against police officers.
On Fox News Channel Monday, outspoken law-and-order advocate Milwaukee County, Wisconsin Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr., a black man elected as a Democrat, blamed President Obama for the rise of Black Lives Matter.
Look, President Obama has breathed life into this ugly movement and it is time now for good law-abiding Americans to rise up like they did [at a memorial] in Houston around that Chevron station [where a white sheriff's deputy was shot], an outpouring, but it can't just be symbolic. We now have to counter this slime, this filth coming out of these cop-haters.
Brian Kilmeade of Fox News Channel, responded, "Well, Sheriff, a lot of people listening right now will say, no, President Obama has shed light on a problem and that's the way blacks are treated by law enforcement in this country for too long."
That is a lie. President Obama didn't shed light on anything. This is nothing more than an attempt to weaken the institution of policing. If there's anything that needs to be straightened out in this country it is the subculture that has risen out of the underclass in the American ghetto. Fix the ghetto and then you'll see a lesser need for assertive policing in these areas and then you'll see less confrontation. Stop trying to fix the police. Fix the ghetto.
Kilmeade asked, "So, Sheriff, what is it like on the street for the cop? ... Are things changed right now for a cop at any level when they go to do their job?"
Sure, they're beleaguered right now and they're beleaguered not out of fear of what's going on on the street. Look, we take this on willingly. We volunteer for this service here. But what we're beleaguered by is the fact that we don't have any support from the political class. We don't have the resources. Most of these agencies, I know mine is, I'm a hundred and fifty deputies short. The City of Milwaukee Police Department is about 300 officers short, so they send the law enforcement officer into these untenable, impossible environments and they ask them to work miracles and it just doesn't work like that. We will see support when we start getting the resources we need to deal with these situations. But again, Brian, and I'm not going to stay off of this and I'm not going to leave it alone and stick my head in the sand about it. The problem isn't the American police officer. Barack Obama won't admit that these failed liberal urban policies have destroyed these great cities.
To recap, the DNC resolution was approved the same day sheriff's deputy Darren H. Goforth, a 47-year-old white man, was gunned down near Houston, Texas, allegedly by 30-year-old Shannon J. Miles, a black man. Miles was apprehended the next day and is now charged with capital murder.
Miles, who is being held without bond, appeared in court in Houston Monday for his arraignment but did not enter a plea, according to the Times Record of Fort Smith, Arkansas.
Fifteen 40-caliber shell casings were found around Goforth's broken body. "He unloaded the entire weapon into Deputy Goforth," District Attorney Devon Anderson said. She added that a witness has positively identified Miles as the shooter in a lineup. Deputies searched Miles's garage and retrieved a load 40-caliber handgun and the identical brand of ammunition as the casings located at the crime scene. Forensic tests indicate the gun was the same weapon used to kill Goforth.
As FrontPage previously reported, Harris County Sheriff Ron Hickman (R), described the killing as "senseless and cowardly" and said that his deputy was targeted "because he wore a uniform." He pointed to Black Lives Matter for ramping up rhetoric "to the point where calculated, cold-blooded assassination of police officers" happens.
Miles allegedly killed Goforth execution-style, shooting him first in the back of the head and then standing over him and shooting him repeatedly. This is the same way two black heroes of the Black Lives Matter movement murdered cops. Mumia Abu-Jamal, the former Wesley Cook, shot white Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner to death in 1981 as he tried to arrest the perpetrator's brother during a traffic stop. Abu-Jamal shot the policeman once in the back and then stood over him and shot him four more times at close range, once directly in the face. Assata Shakur, formerly known as Joanne Chesimard, was convicted of first-degree murder in the 1973 killing of Werner Foerster, a white New Jersey State Trooper. During a traffic stop, Shakur shot Foerster once, and then as he lay helpless on the ground, shot him twice in the head with his own gun. She escaped from prison in 1979 and was granted political asylum in Communist Cuba where she remains to this day.
A rally by the New Black Panther Party in Texas two weeks before Deputy Goforth was murdered may have emboldened Miles to target the deputy.
Breitbart News reports that armed Black Panthers stood outside the Waller County jail where troubled young black woman Sandra Bland committed suicide this summer after being arrested for erratic driving and assaulting a police officer.
The leader of the rally yelled at Harris County deputies through a megaphone. “You think we’re not pissed off a bunch about y’all killing our sisters? You think it’s okay? [We’re] the wrong n***ers to mess with. You’re gonna stop doing what you’re doing, or we will start creeping up on you in the darkness.”
Breitbart recorded several other statements threatening law enforcement personnel. “The revolution is on… Off the pigs,” and “Oink Oink… Bang Bang!”
Cop hatred, threats to kill police, the deterioration of law and order and the rule of law, and black nationalism: This is the new normal in Obama's America. And it's now officially endorsed by the Democratic Party.
And things are bound to get worse before Barack Obama leaves the presidency at Noon on January 20, 2017.