I know you remember this from last year. One Black girl was going to kill another Black girl and a police officer shot the girl to save the victim’s life. LeBron James the mental midget wrote “YOU’RE NEXT #ACCOUNTABILITY.” and he added a picture of police officer Nicholas Reardon. He wasn’t alone. Some on the far left declared him a murderer and possibly a racist.
An opinion piece published by CNN, the most busted news network today:
“Ma’Khia Bryant’s death on the day Chauvin was found guilty is a reminder that we have a long way to go.”
Bryant was charging the other girl with a knife raised saying “I’m going to stab the f*** out of you, b****” just before the officer shot. The video of the shooting should have been enough to convince everyone that the shooting was not only legal, but it was also necessary.
Reardon faced a grand jury, but they refused the case. Today he is a free man who did what was necessary to save lives.
Fraternal Order of Police president Jeff Simpson said:
“That is pleasing to hear. It’s always sad when there’s a loss of life. However, that day, the actions of the people at the scene caused him to take action that saved lives and he is trained very well. He did his job, and it’s a good outcome
Bodycam footage from today’s Officer-involved shooting in Ohio shows Makiyah Bryant brandishing a knife at another woman before being shot by the officer
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) April 21, 2021
LeBron James deleted this tweet but only after it had 39,000+ likes. The man in the photo saved a young black girl from another young black girl who was going to stab her in the neck. He did his job. Now @KingJames put a target on his back. Is the @NBA okay with this??? pic.twitter.com/QegzyySnsI
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) April 21, 2021
James later deleted the tweet, although he didn’t apologize for it. (Guess he’s not big on #ACCOUNTABILITY.)
Instead, he apologized for letting anger get the best of him, which is a bit different from apologizing for using his status as one of the world’s most famous athletes to implicitly declare Reardon guilty.
“ANGER does any of us any good and that includes myself! Gathering all the facts and educating does though!” James said in a tweet. “My anger still is here for what happened [to] that lil girl. My sympathy for her family and may justice prevail!”
“Nicholas Reardon is an amazing officer. He’s an amazing young man. He’s a veteran and he’s also active in the military right now,” Simpson said.
“He is relieved, he’s happy. His family’s happy. There’s still a sad reality for him that he was put in a very unfortunate situation that unfortunately, he’s going to have to live with for the rest of his life, but the right thing happened today and he’s going to push through and continue to serve the citizens of Columbus well.”