Black-On-Black Violence Continues As Three Shot Dead In Baltimore Overnight

If Black Lives Matter actually cared about black lives, they wouldn’t behave even remotely close to the way they do.

In a world where thirty-eight unarmed black men were killed by police last year, you’d think that would be the last of their worries. By comparison, there are roughly 500 people who die each year falling out of bed.

In fact, roughly 90% of black men who are killed are killed by other black men. But do you see groups like BLM advocating for the end of gang violence (which police would undoubtedly help in ending)? No – of course not. Pretending to care about black lives is just a Trojan horse for the group to promote its racist, anti-cop rhetoric.

Let’s just look at yet another recent news story that you won’t hear a word about from the BLM crowd. Downtrend reports:

The violence continues.

Baltimore police are investigating three homicides after four people were shot early Sunday.

The violence began around 1:15 a.m. When police responded to the 1800 block of W. North Avenue in Mondawmin, where they found 24-year-old Jermaine Scofield shot multiple times. He was taken to an area hospital where he died, police said.

Police responded just after 6 a.m. To the 900 block of Calhoun St in Sandtown-Winchester where two people were found shot. An unidentified male died from his injuries, police said. Another man was transported to an area hospital for treatment of a gunshot wound to his stomach.

About 30 minutes later, police responded to a home in the 600 block of E. Patapsco Avenue in the Brooklyn area of South Baltimore, where a man was shot in his upper body. He was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.

Homicide detectives are investigating all three incidents, and anyone with information may call Metro Crime Stoppers’ anonymous tip line at 1-866-7LOCKUP.

Those lives mattered – to everyone except those in groups like BLM.

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