Family of dead robber says he’s the victim (video)
In case you are wondering just how warped Liberalism is, here is a great example. The family of a 19-year old who was killed while robbing a Waffle House say that he’s the victim.
“He didn’t have to die, he was a respectable boy.” — Family
It’s obvious that this is one of those religious black families people talk about, because black folks love the Lord, and are the most religious people in America. They call an armed robber, “respectable.”
That’s why black teens: are committing crimes at an alarming rate, mostly attack other blacks.
Here is the video of a respectable black teen demanding breakfast in the form of all the cash in the register:
As reported: here:
The family of 19-year-old Dante Williams, shot while attempting to rob a Waffle House in South Carolina,: say that Williams didn’t have to die and was a “respectable boy.”
The incident, caught on security cameras, shows Williams and Jawan Craig enter the Spartanburg Waffle House, point a gun at the cashier, and demand the cash in the register.
Justin Harrison, a concealed carry permit holder, was sitting at the bar area. “They’re yelling ‘everybody get down, get down’ and I’m not getting on the floor. I am not going to be a victim,” Harrison recalls.
After Harrison refuses to get down, Williams starts to approach him but Harrison stands up and fires multiple shots at Williams. Harrison then turns to Craig who tries to wrestle the gun away but is unable to and ends up fleeing. Police later arrested him and charged him with armed robbery.
“This was the only time. If I am going to fight it was that one time. He was approaching me and I saw that as him engaging me,” Harrison says.
The narrative of the Liberals will be: how bad that gun was that shot and killed Dante Williams, as he was just trying to have breakfast.
This post was used with the permission of The Black Sphere.
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