Since Michael Brown was killed by a police officer in Ferguson Missouri two years ago, the rhetoric about institutional racism in American police departments has grown intense.
Black Lives Matter seized on the killing to advance their narrative, which says that all police are inherently racist and target young black males for murder simply because of their race.
The cold war between black activist groups and police officers has sporadically gone hot over the past few years. When 5 officers were killed and 9 injured in Dallas by radicalized activist Micah Johnson, law enforcement began to really sit up and take notice of the threat they were dealing with.
Officers report feeling like they are targeted on the streets because of the hate that is cultivated against them in the black community. When a dangerous life-or-death situation comes up, more cops report hesitating at the moment of truth because they don’t want to end up the next one dragged through the media as a racist killer cop.
During a time when the black-on-black homicide rate in cities like Chicago continues to soar to record heights, Black Lives Matter and other identity groups choose to blame law enforcement instead of the thugs doing all the killing.
The FBI has recognized the grave threat that American law enforcement officers have been placed under in this dynamic of racial grievance-mongering. They have responded by declaring black identity extremists a special threat. This move puts into place a precedent that will hopefully lead to being branded a domestic terrorist outfit!
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