In an interesting turn of events, a black woman from St. Louis, Missouri stood up to the Black Lives Matter chanting and rhetoric and called it out for what it was--praise for a violent thug.

Peggy Hubbard, a grandmother who lives in the St. Louis area, appeared on CNN to call the Black Lives Matter protesters to court for praising a thug while other lives were even more drastically hurt.

Hubbard's comments came in response to a recent shooting near the same area where Michael Brown was shot and killed in Ferguson, Missouri. The black man who was shot and killed by police was waving a handgun and threatening police.

But Hubbard pointed out that the most tragic result of the shooting wasn't that a black "thug" got shot and killed by police who were doing their jobs, but that a stray bullet killed a young bystander.

That young girl, Jamyla Bolden, was simply doing her homework when a stray bullet killed her. Hubbard called Jamyla's death the most tragic result of Ferguson and insisted that Black Lives Matter protesters should have been mourning the 9-year-old instead of the gun-wielding thug.

"Are you [expletive] kidding me? Police brutality? How about black brutality? You black people, my black people, you are the [expletive] most violent [expletive] I have ever seen in my life," said Hubbard.

Hubbard's strong words are going viral because she represents a voice of reason in the Black Lives Matter protests and debate. Not only should the protests focus on all black lives, but the protests shouldn't stand up for someone who so blatantly is ignoring the law and threatening the police.

Thank you, Mrs. Hubbard, for being a strong black woman and standing up for what is right. While police brutality is an awful scourge that needs to be eliminated from this country, so is cheering for a violent thug while a young girl with promise is killed because of his actions.

h/t: Newsmax

 

 

 

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