An anti-white black-rights extremist was so angered by last week’s fringe white supremacy rally in Charlottesville that he retaliated by murdering … two minorities. Congrats, libs!
Everett Glenn Miller was charged with first-degree murder in the ambush shootings of police officers Sam Howard and Matthew Baxter in Kissimmee, Florida, on August 18. Howard was a 10-year veteran of the police force, while Baxter was a three-year vet. Both were married with children.
What’s ironic is that Miller, a former Marine, lashed out at two people of color including Sergeant Howard, who’s black just like him. Liberal logic!
August 18 was a bloody day for law enforcement. In addition to Miller’s 2 murders, 4 other police officers were shot to death in separate incidents in three different cities in Pennsylvania and Florida. That brought that day’s cop killings to 6.
Everett Glenn Miller, 45, is believed to be an anti-white, black-power activist based on his racist Facebook rants, which have since been scrubbed.
In one post, Miller — who reportedly wrote under the Muslim moniker Malik Mohammad Ali — was enraged by last week’s white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Heather Heyer, a 32-year-old white woman, was run over and killed by a car driven by James Fields, a 20-year-old white supremacist.
Ali wrote: “Damn Terrorist…White Terrorist in America. Be on the lookout for white males that look like him.”
— Boston🇺🇸Bobblehead (@DBloom451) August 20, 2017
In another post, Ali ranted: “White parents taught you to hate my skin color. That’s why i always say white ppl hate. My parents told me to be scared of white ppl.”
In another posted, Ali wrote ominously: “When them [email protected] wake up..its going to be some hell to answer for. You only can poke a tie up dog for so long. Once that chain breaks, it’s over. Wake up America before it’s too late.”
The page was identified by friends, according to Heavy:
Posts on the page showed extreme anger about slavery and a focus on race issues. A post made just a couple hours before the shooting read, “LGBT has more rights than me as a black man. Obama said its better to be gay than black..” and then used a racial slur for Obama. That post shared a meme that criticized the WNBA for fining players for supporting Black Lives Matter.
The page shared a quote and photo of Malcolm X on August 18, writing, “Yall (N word racial slur) better wake up…mind control is real.” In addition, the page shared pictures of houses and a caption that read, “I Found My Castle..all guards have desserted (sic). I have to reinforce my castle. Send gold & iron.”
The page made an apparent reference to the controversy over Confederate monuments.
At this point, it’s not an exaggeration to lay part of the blame for Everett Glenn Miller’s anti-white rage on mainstream media. Left-wing media like CNN and MSNBC have stoked anti-white racism and anti-police sentiment by focusing nonstop on Charlottesville.
The perception among CNN viewers — based on its around-the-clock news coverage — is that the white supremacy movement is more mainstream and larger than it really is.
In reality, it is a fringe movement that attracted a measly 100 people to a rally in Charlottesville. It was organized by Jason Kessler, a Barack Obama supporter. The protest ballooned to 500 when alt-left antifa rioters descended upon the city.
Adding to the insanity is the media’s over-the-top attempts to paint President Trump and his administration as white supremacists. In reality, Trump has repeatedly disavowed and condemned white supremacists, neo-Nazis, the alt-right, all racism and violence by both the alt-left and the alt-right.
On Saturday, President Trump — a vocal supporter of law enforcement and the military — tweeted about “anti-police agitators” at the FREE SPEECH rally in Boston on Aug. 19. What kind of anti-American thug protests free speech??
Predictably, liberal media immediately disagreed, despite statements from cops confirming they were pelted with rocks and urine-filled bottles by antifa and Black Lives Matter thugs.
Looks like many anti-police agitators in Boston. Police are looking tough and smart! Thank you.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 19, 2017
CNN’s resident moonbat clown Jim Acosta pounced on Trump, demanding to know where’s the proof that alt-left Antifa anarchists had been attacking cops.
Yet POTUS tweeted about "many anti-police agitators." What happened to waiting on the facts to come in? https://t.co/GionN9G6GU
— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) August 19, 2017
That’s when Twitter smacked Acosta down with photos and tweets from the Boston Police Department, alerting people that they were being attacked.
— Chet Cannon (@Chet_Cannon) August 19, 2017
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) August 19, 2017
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) August 19, 2017
Hey, Jim, why don’t you just become a full time activist instead of masquerading as a journalist. You’re embarrassing.
— Stewart Hanson (@Jaystew17) August 19, 2017
Meanwhile, a tweet showing the sad memorial at the Kissimmee Police Department for officer Baxter and sergeant Howard got a measly six retweets at the time we published this story.
The memorial at the Kissimmee Police Department for Officer Baxter and Sergeant Howard pic.twitter.com/mFkeU1Qfer
— Amy Lipman (@AmyLipman) August 19, 2017
This is the kind of racism and anti-police sentiment the media are inflaming with their irresponsible fake-news coverage. It must stop before more innocent people get killed by their leftist propaganda.
— DeplorableGirl❤️Bot (@eissolomon11) August 15, 2017
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) August 19, 2017
That moment when you can’t tell the difference between Antifa and ISIS. pic.twitter.com/XpLCtyNxJz
— Tennessee (@TEN_GOP) August 18, 2017
— Lori Hendry (@Lrihendry) August 19, 2017
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