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Racism Be Damned: LEO Leroy Smith Elevates Humanity at KKK Rally

Mia Constantino Cachilli

While the MSM and Barack Obama are busily churning the pot of racial discord and  Law Enforcement relations in America, a black LEO defies their intent at a KKK rally.  

Racism be damned.

In the wake of Dylann Roof and the Confederate flag controversy that’s followed, race relations under “Post-racial” POTUS Obama are volatile, unlike anything seen in America since the 1960’s.

Obama’s partitioned our country in more ways than I can count.

Until six and one half years ago, Americans have enjoyed race relations rather unremarkably since the 70’s.  The vast majority of us went about our lives focused on families, making a living, paying bills and moving along life’s path peacefully.

Oh, there have been occasional atrocities committed by both black and white people. We all saw the reports on the news. They were not the norm.

In 2015 racism is promoted by Liberal Democrat agenda’s and the POTUS, himself. Racially discordant events now occur regularly.

What a difference the last two election’s have made.

On a recent Saturday, two of the most vile organizations of hate decided to hold rally’s simultaneously at the same venue in Columbia, South Carolina.

The KKK and the Black Panthers came to town.

Multiple law enforcement agencies worked together to keep the peace and, for the most part, succeeded.

There was friction between the two groups. A few arrests were made. A few people were taken to the hospital due to the heat. It was 98 degree’s that day. No LEO were harmed.

The heat crushed one white supremacist who received assistance from LEO Leroy Smith, who happens to be black. A photo captured the moment, arguably one of the most poetic of our day.

Here is an example of why you shouldn’t judge based on color. What if the person who can save your life is somebody whose color you despise?!

Talk about a “come to Jesus” moment, when this white supremacist found out he wasn’t as “supreme” as he thought, and he needed assistance from Leroy Smith, a black LEO with moral fortitude!

The Lord works in mysterious ways to humble some people, doesn’t He?
The great part about this story is that the Officer Leroy Smith didn’t care about the man’s politics, and he did what God would have him do: aid his fellow man.
This is our idea of an Unhyphenated American!


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