Teen that Makes Teddy Bears for Children of Fallen Soldiers Receiving Death Threats

This is what the world has come to. Someone posted some time back, you’re going to have to make a choice. At first I interpreted that to mean between black lives or blue lives. Now I interpret it to mean between good and evil.

There’s good people in this world. Good people of every color, religion, sex. There’s bad also. This isn’t black vs white. This is right vs wrong. There’s a lot of great officers out there also. I don’t know if you’ve seen some of the footage of what they’re going through each day. I have. If someone was constantly taunting me, in my face screaming, hitting me-you best believe I’d hit back.

I support all people who want to make the world a better place. I can’t support hate. As angry as I am at what I’m seeing, I don’t hate these people that are killing or hurting others. I hate what they represent and their actions. I’m not letting their ugly corrupt me. Instead I’ll pray for them and for real justice.

This right here is why a lot of people say all lives matter. Because many of us saw the writing on the wall. It isn’t that we do not believe that black lives matter. It’s because we do not support an organization funded by the likes of George Soros and that promotes marxism at any cost.

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3 thoughts on “Teen that Makes Teddy Bears for Children of Fallen Soldiers Receiving Death Threats”

  1. With all the evil that lurks in the world

    Seeing sediments like this gives a sense of unconquering hope back to mankind

    So small and simplified but far beyond words in the conviction

    Never stop brining enlightenment to when its needed most Laura!!!

    I maybe be seen by others as the Venom in their story but I am very much Raw therefore I can never be the hero.

    Slainte

    Alex

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