Oh, the deafening silence: On April 18, Carlton Gilford allegedly shot and killed two men to whom he did not have any connection. Police said Gifford, who according to jail records is homeless, went inside the Rudisill Library around 9:40 a.m., walked up behind a man sitting at a desk, and shot him in the back of the head.. After the library shooting, police said, Gifford went to a nearby QuikTrip convenience store and shot 55-year-old James McDaniel in the back of the head. When the victim fell to the ground, the suspect shot him again. Booth victims died. The evidence suggests Gilford, who is Black, shot both men “because they were White”. Where’s the Rev. Al? Where’s the protest? When do the riots start? (chirp chirp chirp)
Remember when the Moscow May 1st Parade would take hours to pass? Neither do they.
Response: Okay, everybody is screaming “See, I told Trump was no good. The jury said he did it. See. See. See.” Fine, now when does Tara Reid get her day in court? Will the msm even cover her? How come nobody is saying “believe all women”?
Opinion: Instead of protesting the man who inadvertently killed Jordan Neely while retraining him, New Yorker’s should be asking why a madman with 44 prior arrests, several of which are violent felonies, was walking the streets in the first place. The city’s “catch and release without bail” policy is revealing the consequences end of the decision.
You know the sound: It has taken almost 50 years for the Electric Mayhem Band — arguably one of the most influential rock groups of the past 50 years — to record its first studio album. It wasn’t until 2016 that Dr. Teeth, Animal, Floyd Pepper, Janice, Zoot and Lips even made their live concert debut. And the timing of their new LP is interesting, considering that pop and hip-hop currently dominate the charts and streaming services, and many pundits claim that “rock is dead.” Rock and Roll will never die. I’ve already ordered my CD. All I can say is; “It’s time to play the music and light the lights”.