August 12, 2022

Breaking News Out Of Indiana: Radical Left Platform GoFundMe Cancels Fundraiser For South Bend Cop After Calling Shooting A ‘Hate Crime’

By JonDougherty – Via: Right Wing TribuneLooks like the little commies who run GoFundMe don’t need to be bothered with an investigation or trial to decide that a white South Bend, Ind., police sergeant is guilty of murdering a black suspect earlier this month.

They’ve already decided he’s at least guilty of a “hate crime,” and as such, have canceled a fundraiser set up for his potential legal defense.

As reported by PJ Media:

The crowdfunding website GoFundMe canceled a fundraiser supporting the defense of South Bend Police Sgt. Ryan O’Neill, the white police officer who shot and killed Erick Logan, a 54-year-old black man. O’Neill alleged that Logan was breaking into cars with an 8-inch knife and threatened him before the officer had to shoot in self-defense. O’Neill was wearing his body camera but did not turn it on. Black Lives Matter activists have called for O’Neill to be fired.

As we reported earlier, South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, a 2020 Democratic presidential contender, has also thrown his department — and Sgt. O’Neill — under the bus after claiming that his department has a ‘racism’ problem, much to the chagrin of the force itself and Fraternal Order of Police president for South Bend Harvey Mills.

During an appearance on Fox News‘ “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Harvey Mills of the South Bend Fraternal Order of Police said the incident had nothing to do with “skin color,” but rather centered around an officer defending himself against a felony suspect who was attempting to attack him with an eight-inch knife.

In a speech in Chicago at the Rainbow PUSH Coalition with the Rev. Jesse Jackson Monday, Buttigieg claimed that he has been ‘working’ to fix a racial disparity on the majority-white force, noting that “young African Americans not trusting police and therefore not wanting to become police officers” is one reason why NPR reported. Read the rest at National Sentinel 


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