Angela Underwood, the sister of slain officer Dave Patrick Underwood, appeared on Fox News talking about who her brother was.
Officer Underwood was cowardly shot to death as he was working in Oakland during the George Floyd riots.
Angela expressed her disappointment in the lack of interest in her brother’s death versus Floyd’s death. Both were black men that deserved their killers to be brought to justice.
“My heart and my families heart is broken,” she told host Martha MacCallum.
“It feels as though there is a difference in life. Meaning that, on one hand, George Floyd and my brother’s situations are very different. At the same time, they are both African American men. There has been so much talk regarding George Floyd and his family, which is fine. However, I think at the same time, my brother should be recognized as well for literally going into work every day and putting his life on the line for us. It saddens me that he has not received the same type of — his memory hasn’t been as prevalent in the news and media as I think it should be.”
“I have not received any calls from anyone of color that are leaders in the country, and I’m wondering, why didn’t I get a phone call?” she wondered. “Why has someone not reached out to our family to see how we are doing?”
Candace Owens pretty much explains why a black life has no value unless he is a criminal killed by a white police officer.
Sadly, David Dorn was another police officer killed as he tried to protect his friend’s pawn shop from looters. His death and family have been treated the same as Officer Underwoods.
But does this surprise us? The entire narrative is to make blacks look like they are simply dying at the hands of white people. Which in fact, more blacks are killed by other blacks or aborted by their mothers.
It’s time blacks learn their biggest enemy is themselves and the Democrat party who works to keep them dependent on them.