Off-duty Officers Working Security For WNBA Game Walk Off Job Over Players’ BLM Shirts

This is disgusting on so many levels. Where are they for all the blacks killed in Chicago? A question a lot of us are asking. This is nothing but a racist agenda to attack white people.

An agenda paid by Soros. Any cops that are at any event..and this goes on…I hope every single one walks away. Time we stand up for our Police officers. This anti-cop bigotry is beyond sickening. Time for the rest of the black community that is disgusted by the BLM needs to stand up and fight against this.


Quoted from Minnesota Lynx Facebook page: "If we take this time to see that this is a human issue and speak out together, we can greatly decrease fear and create change. Tonight we will be wearing shirts to honor and mourn the losses of precious American Citizens and to plea for change in all of us." -Rebekkah Brunson


Four off-duty police officers working security at a Lynx game over the weekend walked off the job, after players wore shirts in support of  Black Lives Matter.

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The front of the shirts read:  “Change starts with us –Justice and Accountability.” Displayed on the back of the shirts were the names of the black men killed in Minnesota and Louisiana last week.

While the shirts also had the words “Black Lives Matter” on the back, they also included the logo for the Dallas Police Dept.

During a news conference before Saturday’s game, Lynx captain Maya Moore said: “We do not, in any way, condone violence against the men and women who serve on our police force… Senseless violence and retaliation will not bring us peace.” Read More


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