No one seems one bit concerned with the girl Ma’Khia Bryant was lunging at with a knife — it was just a common knife fight that teens have been having for eons. Bryant was only 16, but Rep. Cori Bush has literally infantilized her, calling her a “16-year-old baby” and calling on police to “stop killing us and our babies.”
She also brings the Derek Chauvin verdict into it, proving again that the left will never consider his being found guilty of all three counts “justice.” “Convictions don’t save lives,” she tweeted Wednesday.
Ma’Khia Bryant was a 16-year-old baby. She was shot and killed by police yesterday.
This is why no single verdict can deliver justice. Convictions don’t save lives. Convictions don’t end violent policing.
Stop killing us and our babies. Stop.
— Cori Bush (@CoriBush) April 21, 2021
You need serious mental help.
— JimmyB ?? (@MOTT7) April 21, 2021
That 16 year-old baby was trying to stab another person to death. I guess the life of the baby she was trying to stab doesn't matter. https://t.co/tIIZ94HMKE
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) April 21, 2021
That was no baby
— Zeke Vidaurri (@ZekeVidaurri) April 21, 2021
I'm old enough to remember when babies were not knife-wielding assailants.
— Dave Whiskers (@DaveWhiskers) April 21, 2021
That "baby" made a very grown up decision to attempt to stab someone.
— T. (@theANGRIERone) April 21, 2021
— Jimbo (@JimboSaidSo) April 21, 2021
She seemed pretty stabby for a baby.
— Jeff Wayman (@PetsandPucks) April 21, 2021
They could just say it was a sad situation, but could be handled better.
But we're pro-stabbing now. pic.twitter.com/vu561uLC4c
— Puritan Slacker (@pfrink1) April 21, 2021
So last week 16 was old enough to vote, now 16 is a baby?
— Gershom Born (@GershomBorn) April 21, 2021
Stop killing babies unless it's at the abortion clinic.
— GayRepublicanDad (@steant_pros) April 21, 2021
Clearly at this point there are so many of the loudest voices on the left that would've preferred the other girl get stabbed and thus treat this as inner city black on black crime that they could ignore as they always have.
— Loren (@LorenSethC) April 21, 2021
Why was there this conflict? Who decided to resolve it with a knife? Why did this "baby" get into this fight? Where are the leaders setting examples to resolve conflicts peacefully? Who are the leaders? They clearly failed here. Tragic ending.
— ProveIt2Me (@CrustyOlSkeptic) April 21, 2021
After everything I've seen today, I'm honestly at the point of give them what they want. Pull all the police out of these areas, let them have the anarchy they crave.
— Joe (@FormerModerate) April 21, 2021
These people are so hopelessly brainwashed that they prefer killing each other than allow law enforcement to do their jobs.
— Peter Garrett (@TheUnrealPeterG) April 21, 2021
Do we know the name of the girl the officer saved?#SayHerName
— Dave (@a38yearoldman) April 21, 2021
Justified or not if I were the parent of the child being held down and about to be stabbed by the other child that would entirely change my outlook on the situation. There are always a couple of sides to every story and this story hasn’t come out in it’s entirety yet.
— K Burden (@KCBurden1) April 21, 2021
Wonder if the mother of the girl who was nearly stabbed would describe her daughter's attacker as a baby.
— ReadItAgain? (@CheshireGrin11) April 21, 2021
I guess her intended victim should be sacrificed to the altar of your social justice?
— JD (@TheSmak) April 21, 2021
You're going to defend a "baby" who was swinging a knife at another "baby"? Which one should have died? The one being attacked? You should be working for families to be stronger and there to be better role models everywhere. This is not the right fight.
— This World Makes Me Tired (@Ron3965) April 21, 2021
Quick question Cori: what is the name of the young girl Bryant attacked with a knife? Have you tweeted about what she went through yesterday?
— Akash Shetye (@AkashShetye) April 21, 2021
'Riots are good again': Cori Bush quotes MLK Jr. in response to an inmate riot at the St. Louis city jail https://t.co/yok4YyO1cU
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) February 7, 2021
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