So I guess you and others here who have been shitposting about groups like police brutality protestors (excuse me, "rioters"), and black lives matter because of a few idiots will be immediately changing your tunes then right?
You know we are making real progress as a country when the first thing an actual human being can come up with in response to a white police officer openly being part of the Ku Klux Klan is "Well what about the Black Panthers?".
Cam Newton having the gall to post a group photo with his friends on vacation: "Possible gang affiliation? They must be up to no good, bad image for one of the faces of the franchise." Rob Gronkowski repeatedly in pictures drunk with his buddies: "Crickets."
Well, a judge ordered her to be jailed until she complies with the court ruling. I don't see the point of it personally. All this will do is make her a martyr of sorts to other bigots who support her flawed beliefs. I'm sure there is already a gofundme being set up in her name, which will of course funnel thousands of dollars from gullible people just wanting to stick it to gay marriage.
The brotherhood "keep quiet" mentality within police departments that shields this sort of thing is very real, and concerning. Also, the reality of situations like this finally being brought to the forefront these days makes one wonder just how common this may have been in years past before the prevalence of social media. Which in turn directly places everything we thought we knew about our police departments in doubt. It's truly sad.
You sought me out to quote dude, not the other way around. If you wish to have a dialogue other than "no need to get defensive", you are welcome to. I typed that up pretty fast, could have worded it better admittedly.