Outrage is all the rage these days, as the media continues to reward the liberal left for their bad behavior with an increasing amount of attention.
One of the most obvious and damning effects of this manufactured angst is the unfortunate radicalization of a great many Americans, who are being taught that this divisiveness is normal. That it is the way it is.
It doesn’t have to be, let’s clear that up right off the bat.
So, despite our better judgment, and the human decency that I know still exists somewhere in America, we have people who are willing to completely eschew that all in order of making a political point. Such is the case this week as Black Lives Matter activists crashed the wedding of an African American police officer who was involved in the shooting of an African American man while on duty.
One of the two officers who shot and killed Stephon Clark was confronted by Black Lives Matter protesters on his wedding day.
Sacramento police have not released the names of the two officers who opened fire on Clark on March 18 due to safety concerns. CBS13 has blurred the faces of the newly released video to protect their identities.
The small group of protesters had gotten word about the wedding and made sure they were there just hours before the officer apparently said I do.
Now the confrontation is shedding light on what these officers are up against both in and out of uniform and begs the question, is this going too far?
“I think they need to be approached in spaces where they’re a little more vulnerable,” said Sacramento BLM founder Tanya Faison.
Unfortunately, in the months since the Clark shooting has occurred, the officers involved have been harassed nearly constantly by members of the activist public. This has required the city to allot additional resources to protecting them.