Black Lives Matter Murders 8 Year Old Girl | Victor Takacs
The Marxist domestic terror group Black Lives Matter murdered an 8 year old girl in Atlanta, GA on Saturday, July 4, 2020 at 9:30 PM. The victim’s name is Secoriea Turner, and she had her whole life ahead of her. The death of an innocent child at the hands of adults guarding a vacant burnt down Wendy’s is bizarre beyond explanation.
Since the death of Rayshard Brooks, who lost his life when he chose to resist arrest at this Wendy’s location, Black Lives Matter has been armed to the teeth as they guard the property. Charmaine Turner, the girl’s mother, was driving with a friend and 8 year old Secoriea in the car on the evening of July 4th. She attempted to turn into the parking lot of a store adjacent to the infamous Wendy’s when the lawless guards signaled for her not to enter. As soon as Charmaine entered, gunfire hit her car and took the life of her daughter. It is unlawful for ordinary citizens to obstruct traffic.
The mayor of Atlanta, Keisha Lance Bottoms, is unfortunately complicit in this homicide. Her city is currently going through a painful but very predictable saga. It’s time she and others call a spade a spade. Playing the identity politics game with peoples’ lives is never a good thing. Why the mayor would allow armed gunmen to control her streets is unfathomable. It makes absolutely zero sense, especially given the fact that her political ideology calls for more gun control.
Until America has the courage to identify Black Lives Matter as a domestic terror group, innocent blood will continue to be spilled. It’s high time this war on police cease as well. Without law enforcement to protect us, we will see carnage increase in every corner of this great nation.
We extend our deepest and most sincere condolences to the Williamson-Turner family for the loss of their daughter, Secoriea.
Eternal rest, grant unto Secoriea O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon her. May her soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.
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