‘They Brought it on Themselves’: Dallas Commissioner Votes Against Honoring Police Officers Murdered by BLM Supporter

It has been a year since Black Lives Matter supporter Micah Xavier Johnson murdered several police officers during a BLM march in downtown Dallas, TX.

There were a total of five officers killed.

All men and all white.

The group of men slaughtered were collectively veterans and fathers.

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That day was terrifying and made the reality of BLM’s hatred toward police officers, especially white ones, all the more real.

Here is a photo of the slain cops:


From top left clockwise their names were: Brent Thompson, Patrick Zamarripa, Michael Krol, Lorne Ahrens and Michael J. Smith.

Now, Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price has voted AGAINST a resolution to honor murdered police officers, blaming the police officers targeted for their assassinations.

The Wednesday vote was supposed to be largely ceremonial, but gained unexpected opposition as Commissioner John Wiley Price argued that law enforcement should not be honored, according to Fox4.

“I think it’s interesting in this country how you again try to frame the narrative with regards to other people who’ve lost their life at the hands of law enforcement,” Price said. “No life is more important than any other life.”

Price said that ‘unjust police violence’ was the cause of the terrorist attacks against law enforcement, according to Fox4.

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Clearly, Price is a supporter of BLM and may have seen nothing wrong with what Micah Xavier Johnson had done.

Should someone like this hold a position of power and influence? Someone who preaches hate and violence towards our law enforcement?

Here is a video on the creep below:


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