In the turbulent wake of the so-called “pool party” controversy, McKinney, Tx., has become the latest ground-zero hot spot for racially charged protests over police interaction with minority communities. Hundreds of people marched through the city Monday night, carrying signs that read “Black Lives Matter,” “My Skin Color Is Not a Crime,” and “Protect Our Youth.”
As Western Journal has reported, there are vastly differing opinions and analyses of what happened last Friday when police were called to the neighborhood pool party. Various videos of the encounter between officers and young party-goers leave viewers with divergent impressions about the incident.
Was it a case of white police officers overreacting and mistreating innocent black youngsters? Or were the officers justified in their aggressive actions in what some attendees describe as an attempt by authorities to bring order to chaos and protect those threatened by an unruly mob?
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One black pastor who attended the Monday night march and rally in McKinney and spoke out loudly for “social justice” was Rev. Ronald Wright of Dallas. In venting his outrage at police conduct during the Friday night incident, Rev. Wright made what sounded like a threat against police — a threat that, though clumsily expressed, suggested that terror attacks against law enforcement are on the horizon.
Rev. Wright — senior pastor of Gods Community Church of Joy — is head of an organization called Justice Seekers Texas, whose website claims it is dedicated to protecting civil rights and seeking social justice.
But in the video you can watch by clicking above, Wright seems to raise the ugly specter of an ISIS-like attack on those he called “injustice law officers.”
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