Another Example That Black Lives Matter, Just Not To Other Blacks.

In the aftermath of the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting of Trevon Martin, the terrorist group Black Lives Matter (BLM) was formed. Going from one declared racist outrage to another (e.g., Darren Wilson justifiably shooting Michael Brown, Freddie Gray breaking his own neck in the back of a police van), this terrorist group has gone from one claimed unjustified death of a black man to another (the fact more unarmed black men will die after being shot in a week in Chicago is OK by them). They’ve started countless riots, costing America billions in damage destroying mainly minority communities. They have also infected multiple institutions of America, such as our universities, corporations, and government agencies.

One of the institutions damaged by these radicals was professional sports, particularly the National Football League. In 2016, the benched quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers took a knee to protest “police brutality” and “oppression.” In the years that followed, the league began tolerating these demonstrations during game time, leading to lower ratings, people turning in or destroying NFL merchandise, cancelling TV packages, and lost ticket revenue. The NFL started a “social justice initiative” called Inspire Change, and embraced the slogan, Black Lives Matter. But do they mean it?

In full disclosure, I didn’t know of the Talib brothers until this incident. I’ve lost a lot of interest in professional football over the last few years after they have embraced anti-American radicals. Not to mention showing contempt for my country and the flag I’ve served under for decades, the flag that will be over my casket and presented to my widow.

So, what does the NFL embrace now?

Aqib Talib accused of starting fight before fatal shooting as new video surfaces

Former NFL defensive back Aqib Talib was in the middle of a fight at a youth football game in Texas on Saturday in which a coach was fatally shot, new video shows. And Tailb’s brother, Yaqub, turned himself in after a warrant was issued for his arrest.

On Tuesday, WFAA-TV in Dallas published a video that showed the moments before coach Mike Hickmon was killed. The station also reported that witnesses identified Aqib Talib in the footage as wearing a hat and white sneakers at a community park in Lancaster, a suburb south of Dallas, where the incident took place.

Multiple witnesses said (Aqib) Talib was the one who started the brawl, apparently due to being upset about referees, according to WFAA. The station reported Talib, 36, and his brother, Yaqub Salik Talib, 39, jointly coach a youth team for the North Dallas United Bobcats.

Coach Mike Hickman in the white shirt and black shorts, and the pistol aimed at him.

On Monday, Yaqub turned himself in after a murder warrant was issued for his arrest over the fatal shooting.

Heath Mays, a coach on the opposing football team, told WFAA that Aqib “ran across the field and ran over on our sideline and got in the ref’s face.”

“He threw the first punch,” Mays said, “and you see Mike [Hickmon] trying to defend himself.”

Police said in an arrest affidavit the incident began over an argument about the score of the game.

“The altercation became physical, leading to the suspect pulling out a firearm and shooting Mr. Hickmon multiple times,” the Lancaster Police Department said in a statement. “At this time no other injuries have been reported. After the shooting, the suspect fled the scene in an unidentified vehicle, taking the firearm with him…”

…Aqib Talib was named last month as a contributor to Amazon Prime Video’s new “Thursday Night Football” coverage.

This murder occurred on Saturday, August 13th. The suspect, the brother of Aqib Talib, was arrested and charged with murder. Plus multiple witnesses say Aqib Talib started the fight because he disagreed with the call Mr. Hickman made on a play. A husband, father, community leader, roll model of young men is dead because two hot heads could not control themselves.

Where is Black Lives Matter? Where are they screaming that black men should not be murdered, “i.e. shot like a dog,” in the streets like this?

Where is Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, or that ambulance chasing attorney Benjamin Crump? Al and Jesse should be leading one screaming group after another to the courthouse demanding justice for Mr. Hickman’s family, not to mention all the kids who had to see a murder. Why isn’t Mr. Crump “volunteering” his services for the family and filing one lawsuit after another to see the family is helped financially.

How about the US Department of Justice and our worthless Attorney General? During the Trump administration, Bubba Wallace found a rope tied at the end that looked like a noose. The FBI sent 15 agents for nothing.

But now, where is Roger Goodell? Aqib Talib was hired as a commentator for’s coverage of the NFL this season. Why hasn’t he come forth to at least say he is suspended until the investigation is complete. Imagine Vince Lombardi or Tom Landry dealing with this. Suspended? Aqib Talib would be fired on the spot for bringing discredit upon the league and never work in any sports employment again.

Mr. Talib is part of the investigation. According to multiple witnesses, he charged Mr. Hickman and threw the first punch. That likely won’t make him an accessory to the murder charge his brother is facing, at the very least he can be charged with Class A Assault or Disorderly Conduct.

So Mr. Goodell, you have a choice. Do you want to keep this man as a representative of your league, or show the NFL actually believes that bull its puts out in Inspire Change? Before last week he and his brother have been involved in multiple shooting events, including Aqib suffering a gunshot wound to the leg. These two have anger management issues, should they be near young men when the kids desperately need guidance in their young lives? More than that, is this an example of how Black Lives really matter?

We all know the answers to the questions above. The FBI will do nothing, this dead black man doesn’t fit into the template that the greatest threat in America is “domestic violent extremists.” Mr. Crump is not interested, no local government to sue. Jesse and Al, aka The Justice Brothers, will be un-strangely absent from this incident. And BLM’s leaders will keep purchasing high end real estate “for the children.”

And yes, the formerly great National Football League will sweep this under the rug as soon as they can. They paid off Colin Kaepernick and he cost them a lot of money. They will keep Aqib Talib as a representative of the league. Wouldn’t want to be called racist or encouraging violence, right?

Michael A. Thiac is a retired Army intelligence officer, with over 23 years experience, including serving in the Republic of Korea, Japan, and the Middle East. He is also a retired police patrol sergeant, with over 22 years’ service, and over ten year’s experience in field training of newly assigned officers. He has been published at The American Thinker,, and on his personal blog, A Cop’s Watch.

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1 thought on “Another Example That Black Lives Matter, Just Not To Other Blacks.”

  1. The democrat party has fine-tuned their (KKK) shackles and other instruments of racial abuse to single out and form a newer and more viciously programmed black domestic terrorist group for abuse against Americans, as they have done with other previous domestic terrorists. This “newer” version has included those who are stupidly gullible, naive, unaccomplished, and grossly non-aware to even turn against their own. Major manipulated robotic mentalities who gave in to the bogus okey-doke and chronically lying Biden “promises” of wealth untold and grandeur.


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