Apparently, Orlando is not sending their best.
Freshman Democratic Rep. Maxwell Frost, who represents Orlando in Congress and is the first Gen Z member to serve there, offered an opinion on the death of Tyre Nichols at the hands of Memphis police.
If it showed anything, it is that Frost, who is black, has his woke credentials in order.
“Doesn’t matter what color those police officers [in Memphis] are. The murder of Tyre Nichols is anti-Black and the result of white supremacy,” Frost tweeted on Thursday.
As most readers know by now, the five Memphis cops charged with Nichols’ death are black.
In the news: Full Uncut Video: Memphis Police Release Body Cam Footage Of Tyre Nichols
Frost quickly got an education of what it means when you tweet something ridiculous as a member of Congress, versus just being a routing left-wing activist, which is what he was until last November’s elections.
Frost deleted the tweet after others challenged his assertion.
Among the reactions compiled by Twitchy, one Twitter user defied Frost to identify in the video where “anti-blackness” or “white supremacy” led the cops to do what they did.
Another commenter posted a photo of Memphis police Chief Cerelyn Davis, who is black, and asked if she was the one leading the “white supremacy” training at the department.
A third posted photos of the five officers and noted, “White Supremacy finally embraces diversity.”
Of course, Frost merely expressed the new-emerging Democratic talking point, as expressed by black race-baiters Van Jones of CNN and former ESPN analyst Jemele Hill.
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