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Monday, November 2, 2015

Students Stand Up for Fired Deputy Ben Fields After Racially Hyped Incident

Standing Up Against Phony "Racism"

  • Black students stand up for fired cop while the white police chief grovels on his knees licking the boots of Black Lives Matter.

(Moonbattery)  -  The MSM got major mileage out of video of deputy sheriff Ben Fields having to use force to eject a disruptive person of politically preferred pigmentation from a classroom at Spring Valley High School in Columbia, South Carolina. Predictably he was promptly fired. But unlike the authorities, the students have his back:
Students at Spring Valley High School staged a brief walkout in support of school resource officer Ben Fields, the Richland County sheriff’s deputy caught on camera slamming and dragging a student out of a desk [last] week.
Hundreds of students walked out of class around 10 a.m. and into the school’s atrium before school administrators returned the students to class. …
Video and photos from the incident captured by students show many of them saying “Free Fields” or wearing T-shirts that say “#BringBackFields.”
Following the Rodney King template, the libs who run everything have used a few seconds of video taken out of context to prop up their corrosive narrative of bad white cops and put-upon victims of color. Students who actually know Fields aren’t falling for it.
“He was a great guy,” student London Harrell said. “He protected us and everything. He was our school resource officer. We always could depend on him and everything. Every time I saw him, he was always joking around with people. It was never like ‘Oh, I’m about to body slam you.'”
Naturally Black Lives Matter sides with the authorities who fired Fields. The black supremacists descended on the school faster than Michael Moore on meatloaf to exploit the incident Jackson/Sharpton style. Fields’ head isn’t enough; they demand more firings. It is doubtful they have taken any interest in what students have to say about matter.
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