Sunday, July 15, 2018

Stinky Sneakers Meet Stinky Politics in Los Angeles



By Reader-Researcher R.C.
Sat, Jul 14, 2018 4:48 p.m.

Shoes of Loved Ones Killed in Shootings Line Street as South L.A. Residents Call for End to Gun Violence

Hundreds of pairs of shoes covered the street in South Los Angeles on Friday evening, each representing a life lost in a shooting, as residents demonstrated to call for an end to gun violence. Local residents, clergy members and law enforcement officials including L.A. Police Chief Michel Moore came together at the intersection of Manchester and Vermont avenues to push for federal gun control legislation.

R.C.: Hundreds of pairs of stinky, stolen Nikes with blood stains?


P.S.: A local problem requires national legislation. Gee, why is that?

N.S.: Any gun control legislation is racist, in being designed to disarm law-abiding whites, and help colored gangs, who always commit their crimes with illegal weapons.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Everything becomes a national and federal issue. Sounds like the type of stunt as done by Pfather Pfaker in Chicago. Pfather Pfaker Pfailed. So will the sneaker stunt. They all fail.