April 14, 2017
Fox is working overtime trying to inflame racist hatred against white people with their new cop drama, “Shots Fired.”
Wednesday night’s episode of Fox’s race drama, Shots Fired, “Hour 4: Truth,” revealed some key pieces of evidence behind the death of unarmed black teen Joey Campbell: a racist white sheriff, a racist white lieutenant, and a racist, mostly white police department.
Predictably, as it becomes more and more clear that the shooting death of white unarmed teenager Jesse Carr at the hands of black Deputy Beck (Tristan Wilds) was justified, DOJ Special Prosecutor Preston Terry (Stephan James) and Investigator Ashe Akino (Sanaa Lathan) have learned the truth behind the racially motivated murder and cover-up of black teen Joey Campbell at the hands of Gate Station’s corrupt and racist sheriff’s department. Apparently, a white officer shot the unarmed black teen as he laid on the ground crying for his mom.
Akino: Tell him what you told me.
Cory: I was riding home on my bike after playing video games at my boy’s house. I was going fast ’cause it was 10:00 and I told my parents I’d be home by 9:00. Then, out of nowhere, this car rolled up across the street, chasing down Joey. It was one of them police sedans, I think. They had him trapped against a wall and then two cops hopped out and threw him to the ground. He was laying there screaming, “Someone call my moms! Someone call my moms!” Over and over. I mean, at first, he sounded angry, but by the end he sounded like he was crying.
Terry: Then what happened?
Cory: An older white man in, like, black military gear got out of the car with the handcuffs. Joey was still screaming out for his moms and wouldn’t let them cuff him. Then the old man shot him. Everything went quiet.
Terry: What happened after that?
Cory: I don’t know. I got out of there as fast as I could.
Terry: Did they see you?
Cory: I didn’t think so. But they tried to run me over a couple weeks after that, either ’cause they knew what I seen or either ’cause they seen me talking to you.
Cory’s friend: We’ve been hiding him out because we didn’t know what else to do. In Gate Station, you don’t go to the cops to snitch on the cops.
Terry: Did you at least get a good look at them?
Cory: Not the cops. Just the old man.
Akino: If you saw this man again, would you recognize him?
At what point are these propagandists going to be charged with incitement? This narrative is a total hoax and all it does is contribute to more attacks like those in Chicago and Dallas.
This article was posted: Friday, April 14, 2017 at 5:41 am