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Thursday, May 28, 2020

PS - Extending The Second Half of My Prayer from the Post Below to Darnella Frazier Especially ...

I understand that cell-phone videographer for George Floyd's final moments - 17-year-old, African-American Darnella Frazier - is now being cyberbullied from both political sides. 

Trumpers: "She did this for attention."

*Yawn*

Behold the tell-tale, tired, typical and hypocritical gaslighting cry of bullies in their natural habitat of social media - curiously made only about women - when they try to speak up/are whistleblowers.

My Fellow Liberals: "She should've intervened."


WTF? 

Like this was HER fault?

May I remind you that Darnella is black, she's female, and most importantly, she's a 17-year-old child.

Look what they did to a full grown, large man - what do you think would happen to her if she tried to physically intervene to help him against 4 white male cops?

And it's not like she knew in advance he would die as a result - she started filming before he died ?!?

It's very easy to say what you would do, when you're not there - it happened so fast, I'm amazed that a 17-year-old had the quick-thinking skills and presence of mind to turn on her cell cam.

What is wrong with people?

Regardless, still in trauma mode, she's fighting back ...






Woooooooo!  LOL G'on, girl - get it!  

I love it!  Good for you, Darnella!

And you're right - we SHOULD be thanking you and nobody is forcing anyone to read your Twitter page - and if it wasn't for your quick thinking to video it, we never would've known what really happened to George and his killer would not be coming to justice.

From what I understand, she was already traumatized by witnessing the event herself, and suffered from social phobia - but she found the bravery within herself to nevertheless walk up and record the entire event on film.

Please join me in extending the second half of my prayer below for Darnella especially, right now. 



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