Are we going to have a situation like this everyday?
It is no secret that the MSM is aching for a new story well after President Trump left The White House their ratings tanked.
Now they need something else to harp on, and I guess police shootings are exactly what they are going to focus on.
We all know that the media loves to create controversy and hysteria….after all, fear sells right?
The thing about the media is that they always ignore facts which are convenient for them to ignore, and my bet is that this time will be no different.
Here is the latest on the story:
Fox News reported:
The Columbus, Ohio, police officer who fatally shot a teen Tuesday "reacted with what he thought was his best judgment," a neighbor whose surveillance camera captured video of the incident said Thursday.
Donavon Brinson shared his views on Fox News' "The Faulkner Focus" in an exclusive interview after reviewing the footage.
Brinson did not witness the incident himself, he told host Harris Faulkner, but reviewed the surveillance footage recorded from his home, which is located across the street from where the shooting took place.
"The video doesn’t lie," he said. The police officer "did what he thought was best," given that he had only seconds to react, the neighbor asserted.
Here is what CNN reported:
On Tuesday, the world let out a sigh of relief when former officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murdering George Floyd nearly a year ago. It seemed like everyone was waiting with clenched jaws, holding their breath as they questioned if the US justice system was going to prove, once again, unable to recognize and protect the sanctity of Black life.
But the moment of relief would be fleeting as news broke that an Ohio officer had fatally shot Ma'Khia Bryant, a Black teenager, about 30 minutes before the verdict was delivered in Chauvin's trial.
Details of the Ohio shooting are still emerging. According to police officials and bodycam footage shared with the public, the teenager was holding a knife and charged two other females.
But many are openly questioning why this young teenager could not have been subdued with nonlethal force.