News Outlets Shamefully Forget To Mention Important Details Of Adam Toledo Case, Whipping Up Violent Protests

The narrative from the media is simply that Adam Toledo was a good kid who was shot and killed by a police officer while he had his hands in the air. Here’s three of the four big news outlets in Raleigh in discussing the Saturday and Sunday afternoon “protests” becoming violent

(WRAL) The event acted as a vigil for recent victims of police shootings, including 20-year-old Daunte Wright and 13-year-old Adam Toledo.

Wright was fatally shot by police officer Kimberly Potter during a traffic stop in Brooklyn Center, Minn. Potter claims she meant to use her taser instead of her gun.

Toledo, a seventh grader, was shot by Chicago Police on March 29, but the bodycam footage of the shooting wasn’t revealed until Thursday.

(ABC11) Raleigh’s gatherings have been in line with those near Minneapolis and Chicago over the police shooting deaths of 20-year-old Daunte Wright and 13-year-old Adam Toledo. The demonstrators have demanded justice for the families and police reform.

(Raleigh News and Observer) A suburban Minneapolis police officer shot and killed 20-year-old Wright during a traffic stop when, police say, an officer confused her firearm for a taser.

Body camera footage released in Chicago Thursday showed Toledo, a 13-year-old boy, complying with an officer’s commands and raising his hands in the moment before a Chicago police officer fatally shot him during a March foot chase.

None of them mention that Toledo was out at 230am on a Monday morning, hanging with a 21 year old who was firing a pistol, and then handed Adam the pistol when the police showed up, at which point Adam ran. The video clearly shows Adam dropping the handgun a split second before whipping around and raising his hands, which will cause anyone to shoot if they’ve already seen the gun in your hand while chasing you. And all occurred in a known gang area, particularly the Latin Kings.

Wright, who is mentioned briefly in the CBS17 article (the other Raleigh TV station) was killed in an accident, in a way it’s an accident that a person ran someone over while playing on their smartphone while driving. But, dude wouldn’t have been pulled over if his plates weren’t expired, nor would the officers have attempted arrest him without the warrant for an illegal firearm, with a court date pending for assault a woman in her home while robbing her while using a firearm. Then Daunte resisted.

This is vital information, because, otherwise, you just think “oh, those mean police, killing people of color! Let’s protest and commit illegal acts. Hey, I like those sneakers and that TV! The 1st Amendment didn’t specifically offer freedom of the press so they could fear monger and whip people up to commit acts of violence. Here’s MSNBC, which has a bigger national reach than the Raleigh outlets, though, really, the only people watching will be Leftists, who will now have their talking points about cops being bad reinforced (I see it on the Fast News app)

Adam Toledo’s killing is part of a brutal pattern of child killings in America

The death of Adam Toledo, a 13-year-old Mexican American boy who was shot by a Chicago police officer, has sparked a new wave of national outrage over police violence. Many point to the inconsistencies in the officer’s narrative and the efforts of public officials to conceal aspects of the case after police bodycam video was released to the public Thursday.

The Toledo case is the latest piece of a troubling pattern of police killings of children — especially Black and Latino children.

And not providing all the important and relevant facts helps whip up the national outrage. No mention of all the other blacks and Latinos, mostly blacks, who shoot each other day after day in Chicago.

The Toledo case is the latest piece of a troubling pattern of police killings of children — especially Black and Latino children. It echoes the tragic 2014 killing of Tamir Rice in Cleveland and the 2010 police killing of 7-year-old Aiyana Stanley-Jones during an apartment raid in Detroit.

It’s also the latest evidence of why calls to defund the police must be taken seriously. As many activists pointed out after the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, Black and brown communities would be better served if funds were reallocated from police departments to other forms of public safety and to address social issues such as poverty. If that were the case, Adam Toledo might still be with us.

Let’s do it in Chicago, see how that works. And disarm the security at the MSNBC building. The article delves back all the way to the 1950s to demonize police officers, never giving the full information – like they also failed to do with Tamir Rice and Breonna Taylor – all to whip up the base which causes violence.

Kevin McCarthy Presses Nancy Pelosi to Take Action Against Maxine Waters for ‘Inciting Violence’ in Minnesota

House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy on Sunday night pressed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to take action against Rep. Maxine Waters (R-CA) for “inciting violence” in remarks she made in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, this weekend.

McCarthy said that if Pelosi does not act, he intends to take action of his own against Waters for her remarks encouraging violence in Minnesota if a jury does not find former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin guilty in his trial in the death of George Floyd.

Waters, in her remarks to reporters at a protest in Brooklyn Center where thousands have been protesting the death of Daunte Wright, encouraged people to “take to the streets” if Chauvin is not found guilty of murder — one of the several charges he faces in his trial in Floyd’s death, which is expected to conclude this coming week.

“We’re looking for a guilty verdict,” Waters said. “And we’re looking to see if all of the talk that took place and has been taking place after they saw what happened to George Floyd, if nothing does not happen, then we know that we’ve got to not only stay in the street, but we’ve got to fight for justice. But I am very hopeful, and I hope we are going to get a verdict that says ‘guilty, guilty, guilty.’ If we don’t, we cannot go away.”

All of this helps cause the violence in the streets from “protesters”, helps legitimize it.

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3 Responses to “News Outlets Shamefully Forget To Mention Important Details Of Adam Toledo Case, Whipping Up Violent Protests”

  1. Hairy says:

    Teach is trying/making the case that the 13 yo child deserves to be shot and killed for making mistakes
    Teach also seems to have forgotten that in the other case which started with a traffic stop, that the police pulled him over for having an air freshener hanging from his mirror
    Teach has that ever happened to you ? Why did it happen to him?

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