Exercise: Did It

Reminder to self no blogging about police brutality before my morning jog. My resting pulse was over 140 when I started. Thought it would come down but it didn’t.

Featured image was taken yesterday.

7 thoughts on “Exercise: Did It

  1. I’m glad you were able to get some running done, but I totally understand feeling tense especially after the previous post let alone learning about what’s happening in Kenosha. I had similar feelings before going into work earlier today.

    1. It’s frustrating! The police orchestrate the narrative. That has not changed. Kyle Rittenhouse is 17. He’s referred to as a young man, not a murderer, who was protecting property. MSM treating him with total respect. I’ve yet to find information, besides ages, about the people he killed. Were they Black or White? What are their names? Who were they?

      The fact that cops let him walk by them after he killed two people should be the narrative. It suggests the protests are hijacked by infiltrators like Rittenhouse who undermine protestors. Police serve and protect the hijackers. Why?

      1. I’ve noticed that with the different reports on the matter by calling him a young man or teen, but not a murderer. I did find out some information on the victims. The oldest one was 36-year-old Joseph Rosenbaum from Kenosha. The other two victims are 26-years old who are Anthony Huber and Gaige Grosskreutz from Silver Lake and West Allis, WI respectively (Silver lake is in Kenosha County and West Allis is a Milwaukee suburb, by the way).

        Exactly! After the video came out, people said he got the Dylann Roof treatment and Burger King trended on Twitter for that reason. That’s not surprising how the protests have been hijacked since the infiltrators can change the narrative and make the grassroots activists look bad with this destructive astroturfing, if you will.

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