On a dark July 4th night in Atlanta, a little eight-year-old girl was traveling with her mother in a car when they ran into a Black Lives Matter roadblock.
Several protesters, including a monster carrying an AK-47, emerged from the dark and riddled the car with eight shots, killing her.
Her heartbroken mother Charmaine Turner pleaded with the killers at a press conference: “[We’re] innocent. We didn’t mean no harm. My baby didn’t mean no harm.”
“They say black lives matter,” said her father, Secoriya Williamson. “You killed your own. You killed your own this time. Just because of a barrier. They killed my baby because she crossed a barrier and made a U-turn.”
“You killed a child,” he said. “She didn’t do nothing to nobody.”
CNN political correspondent Van Jones never cried for Secoriea. He was too scared of Orange Man Bad, the real threat to civilized society in his warped, deluded mind. He has never publicly sobbed over this heartbreaking tragedy. No.
The day that shook him to the core was July 7th, when CNN brazenly called former vice-president Joe Biden the victor over President Donald Trump in the 2020 election — in the middle of the vote count — and anointed him president-elect. Jones couldn’t hold back the tears. It was an “ugly cry.”
“Well it’s easier to be a parent this morning. It’s easier to be a dad this morning. It’s easier to tell your kids, ‘Character matters, being a good person matters,’” he sputtered on CNN.
“And it’s easier for a whole lot of people. If you’re Muslim in this country, you don’t have to worry that the president doesn’t want you here. If you’re an immigrant, you don’t have to worry if the president is happy your baby has been snatched away or send Dreamers back for no reason.”
“This is vindication for a lot of people who really have suffered. ‘I can’t breathe.’ That was not just George Floyd. There were a lot of people who felt like they couldn’t breathe.”
Apparently Trump had his hands wrapped around the throats of a lot of people while simultaneously kneeling on their necks, like the white officer who faces charges for Floyd’s death.
Jones was probably crying with joy for the vast Democratic grifter industrial complex made up of progressive organizations, non-profits, candidates and White House sycophants.
Some have been waiting in the wings for appointments in a Biden administration in order to lord over the country with their might and bludgeon their enemies. Others are chomping at the bit to line their pockets with cash from corporate oligarchs looking for favors and small, hapless donors.
If Jones had any decency, even a shred, he would have been out front crying uncontrollably and urging the protesters to stop looting, shooting and injuring cops and vandalizing businesses for the last six months.
Democrats have caused more harm to the black community in the last year than it has experienced since the 1960s, thanks to Black Lives Matter, Antifa and Defund the Police.
While Jones was crying, so were black families who have lost literally hundreds of murder victims as crime spikes in communities struggling to stay safe after police budget cuts.
In September, Jones actually downplayed the riots, saying, “The businesses — there have been a couple of hundred businesses that have been hurt by arsonists. There have been thousands that have been destroyed by mishandling this virus. We’ve got to get off of this conversation around unrest and back to the conversation around the literally millions of people who are suffering from the Trump economy and the mishandling of the virus.”
By that time thousands of businesses had been looted, vandalized and burnt to the ground in the business districts of Chicago, Illinois; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Portland, Oregon; New York City, Seattle, Washington; Kenosha, Wisconsin and Los Angeles, California, but Jones didn’t notice.
He has never cried for the Orthodox Jewish communities being persecuted in New York City’s boroughs — labelled as coronavirus “red zones” by the Democratic administration. While their businesses and schools were forced to close and their churches restricted to 25% capacity, Democrats were freely dancing in massive, wall-to-wall crowds, celebrating Biden’s phony victory last Saturday.
So many have lost their livelihoods, including a struggling mother who received a citation last week from the city for making Christmas craft kits to feed her children.
He didn’t even speak out against the anti-Semitic Antifa protesters who violently attacked Jewish supporters of the president as they were riding in a convoy in Manhattan last month. They were physically assaulted and pelted with eggs, red paint, rocks and assorted projectiles.
Jones has no pity, or tears for viable fetuses being murdered in and outside of the womb, sanctioned by Democrats who are lobbying to abort them until birth. Even if they survive abortion, Democrats say just let them die without any medical assistance.
The president has worked tirelessly to uplift and engage the black community since he took office in 2016. You will never see Jones crying with joy for blacks lifted out of poverty because of the vibrant economy Trump has presided over or the black colleges that he has fought to assist with funding.
Thousands of black prisoners have been freed because of the First Step Act, which became law during Trump’s administration. They would have been locked away, serving long, oppressive mandatory minimum sentences that Biden supported for non-violent crimes.
Van Jones should give the president some applause and quit crying crocodile tears.