Father Of Black Teenager Killed By An Illegal Alien Asks ‘Do Black Lives Really Matter? Or Does It Matter Only If You Are Shot By A White Person Or A White Policeman
Do you know the name Jamiel Shaw II?
Mr. Shaw II, a teenager who was a standout track and football player in Los Angeles, was murdered last year by Pedro Espinoza, a 19-year-old illegal immigrant from Mexico. Espinoza was one of 36,000 convicted criminal illegal immigrants who were released by ICE in 2013 under orders from President Obama. Two hundred of those 36,000 had committed murder. President Obama in the midst of orchestrating this mayhem is of course legalizing up to five million illegal aliens.
Espinoza by 2013, the time of his early release, had only committed assault with a deadly weapon and battery of a police officer, along with three gun charges that were on his record. All of that, and he was also not deported. Of course, he now has committed the murder of Jamiel Shaw II.
Shaw’s father, Jamiel Shaw, was given the chance by the new Republican Congress to tell his son’s story to the nation. “My family’s peace and freedom were stolen by an illegal alien from Mexico. He was brought here by his illegal alien parents,” Shaw said. He further testified that it was proven in court that Espinoza targeted his son because he was black.
“Do black lives matter?” Shaw asked, “or does it matter only if you are shot by a white person or a white policeman?”
The elder Mr. Shaw was referring to Michael Brown and Eric Garner, two black men who died in police-related incidents which formed the basis for widespread protests, and riots, that erupted across black communities, protests and riots whose flames were very much fanned by White House comments criticizing policy treatment of black Americans. Mr. Shaw went on:
“I see in here black politicians, black athletes, black stars say “hands up, don’t shoot.” My son was shot by an illegal alien gangbanger while he lay on his back with his hands up.”
At the same hearing, chaired by U.S. representative Ron DeSantis, testimony was given by Michael Ronnebeck, whose 21-year-old nephew, Grant Ronnebeck, was killed by illegal immigrant Apolinar Altamirano in 2012. Altamirano prior to committing this murder was arrested after kidnapping, sexually assaulting, and burglarizing a woman in her apartment. Nevertheless, after being turned over to ICE he was released on bond pending a deportation hearing.
We are told to remember the names Michael Brown and Eric Garner, but not the names of Jamiel Shaw II or Grant Ronnebeck. Pay no attention to the victims behind the curtain. They don’t fit the Agenda.