FLASHBACK: Armed Black Panthers Shout ‘Off The Pigs’ Shortly Before 2015 Execution Of Texas Deputy

Just last year members of the New Black Panther Party stood in front of the Waller County Jail screaming profanities at police like, ‘oink, oink’, and ‘off the pigs.’ Just two weeks later Harris County Deputy Sheriff Darren Goforth was murdered by a black man.

During a march protesting “police brutality” Breitbart reporters got stuck in the fray. They reported hearing phrases such as, “you’re gonna stop doing what you’re doing, or we will start creeping up on you in the darkness.” It was weeks after this that the Deputy was murdered after being shot fifteen times.

The dead suspect of the Dallas shootings allegedly supported this group, the New Black Panthers. He even liked them on Facebook. As well, he was a fan of the leader of the Nation of Islam, Elijah Mohammed. Lastly, he liked the African American Defense League and the Black Riders Liberation Party. All are radical leftist civil rights activist groups that are quasi-terrorist organizations.

Now, over a year later the violence continues and has gotten even worse. Almost as if last year’s death of Deputy Goforth was foreshadowing what was to come in the future.

The Lieutenant Governor of Texas placed blamed on social media for the increase in violence and harassment of police officers. He stated so in a segment of Fox & Friends. Calling for it to stop.

Lieutenant Governor Patrick said,

“I do blame people on social media with their hatred toward police. I saw Jessie Jackson on calling police racist without any facts. I do blame former Black Lives Matter protests. … We’ve heard the ‘pigs in a blanket’ (comments).”

Of course President Obama and his progressive peons aren’t bringing attention to the dead police officers, but instead garnering sympathy for the dead African American criminals.

Perhaps this time he will give eulogies for the officers instead of the criminals unlike last time, but it’s highly unlikely.

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