On Wednesday April 26, 2017 at Noon, Delaware State Trooper Corporal Stephen J. Ballard was shot and killed by armed thugs robbing a WaWa convenience store in Bear, Delaware. Ballard was an eight and a half year veteran of the force and a fine young American whose life was cut short in its prime. By the way, he was of African American descent. Which raises the very poignant question: where is Black Lives (Lies?) Matter (BLM) in this case?
Does BLM care only if the victim is a thug thief, murderer or rapist? This is not the first time I have witnessed their insane double standards. A few years ago, I testified as an expert witness in an officer-involved shooting (OIS) case in Prince George’s County, Maryland. The officer was also of African-American descent. He personally told me that BLM, NAACP and Al Sharpton all raced down to “investigate” his OIS, but quietly packed their bags and left when they found out he was Black not White … “I used to think they did good for Black people,” the officer told me, “But, now, “#$%^ them!” Exactly.
I also know that I feel like all my fellow warriors: wishing we could have been a customer at WaWa yesterday to help take out these vermin before they killed this good man! In the meantime, all us good people of all races must keep Corporal Stephen Ballard, his family, and all men and women in the Thin Blue Line in our thoughts and prayers.