The Truth About Rayshard Brooks Is a Lot Uglier Than They’re Telling You

This is the type of meme that nicely illustrates why powerful people want to ban memes from the internet.

Just to be clear, every word on this meme about Rayshard Brooks is true. He’s the man who was killed by Atlanta police officers last week, sparking yet another riot.

A quick check of the Georgia Department of Corrections records shows that Brooks was in prison just a few weeks ago on charges of family battery (beating his wife and children), felony cruelty to children, possessing weapons during the crime of family battery, false imprisonment, and kidnapping his children from their mother in violation of a court order.

If you’ve seen the police body cam footage of the Brooks incident, he certainly does come across as a friendly aw-shucks-I-didn’t-do-nothin’-wrong sort of person. The truth is that Brooks is a monster who wouldn’t even have been out on the streets if it wasn’t for coronavirus.

Authorities let him out of prison early, despite the horrific nature of his crimes, because of coronavirus. And now the mainstream media is holding him up as yet another good boy who didn’t do nothing wrong to try to prove that police are somehow racist.

Ask yourself this question: Who tries to fight the police when they’re being arrested? Someone who knows they’re going back to prison for a looooong time for their second felony DUI and violating the terms of their undeserved early parole.

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