Kentucky AG Reveals What Helped Him Make Decision On Breonna Taylor Case, Totally Destroys Idea Of ‘Mob Justice’

(Liberty Bell) – Black liberals have been smashing on Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, who is also black by the way, for not going ahead and charging any of the Louisville police officers who were involved in the tragic death of Breonna Taylor.

Talking Points USA senior contributor Rob Smith penned a piece that was published on Fox News where he put Cameron’s critics on blast, stating that the attorney general decided not to file charges against the police officers involved in this incident because the facts of the case did not warrant doing so.

Hey, in this day and age, abiding by facts and truth instead of by raw emotion is enough to unleash the hellhounds in the Democratic Party to try and tear your throat out. But if enough of us continue to stick to truth and facts and allow that to guide us instead of our emotions, it won’t take long to put these folks back in their place.

Via BizPacReview:

“Cameron announced that a grand jury determined that two police officers were justified in firing their guns because Taylor’s boyfriend [Kenneth Walker] shot at them first after officers used a battering ram to force their way into her apartment,” he wrote.

One of the officers, Sgt. Johnathan Mattingly, was struck in the leg by Walker’s bullet.

He went on to note that one now-former officer, Sgt. Brett Hankison, was charged with three counts of wanton endangerment because shots he fired during the exchange entered a neighboring apartment.

Also, despite numerous media reports to the contrary, Cameron said during a news conference on Wednesday to discuss the case and the charges that the raid conducted March 13 was not “no-knock.” He said officers knocked on the door and announced that they were police officers — an account he said was backed up by a witness.

The Associated Press reported in July that both Mattingly and Walker confirmed that officers did knock on the door.

“Predictably,” Smith writes, “the decision not to charge officers in the shooting of Breonna Taylor made those intent on using black pain to exploit a political agenda very upset, and they responded with racially charged attacks on Cameron, a black Republican who can count President Donald Trump as a high-profile and vocal fan.”

Smith went on to discuss the fact that two police officers were shot during “protests” in the city of Louisville on Wednesday night. Both received non-life-threatening injuries. Fortunately, police have the shooter in custody.

The TPUSA contributor then ripped retired Los Angeles Police Department Sgt. Cheryl Dorsey, who is black, for the manner in which she criticized Cameron.

“Let me say this as a Black woman … he does not speak for Black folks. He’s skinfolk but, he is not kinfolk. … He does not speak for all of us. This was not a tragedy, this was a murder. He should be ashamed of himself,” she said.

Meanwhile, Smith notes, Louisville attorney Dawn Elliot, who is also black, said that the AG should stop “eating the coon flakes the White House is serving,” while criticizing his association with Trump.

“That’s a slur against black conservatives, like calling us ‘Uncle Toms,’” Smith said.

Both suggest that because Cameron is black and Taylor was black, he should have charged white police officers with her death.

During his press conference, Cameron said he understood the pain the black community was feeling, but their anger is “misplaced” because his office was looking for the truth.

“The decision before my office as a special prosecutor in this case, was not to decide the loss of Miss Taylor’s life was a tragedy. The answer to that question is unequivocally yes,” the AG said. “There is no doubt that this is a gut-wrenching, emotional case, and the pain that many people are feeling is understandable.”

However, Cameron continued, “My role as the special prosecutor, in this case, is to set aside everything in pursuit of the truth. My job is to present the facts to the grand jury, and the grand jury then applies those facts to the law. If we simply act on emotion or outrage, there is no justice. Mob justice is not justice. Justice sought by violence is not justice — it just becomes revenge. And in our system, criminal justice isn’t the quest for revenge.”

The radical left in the form of the Black Lives Matter movement doesn’t care whether or not these police officers acted appropriately or not. All that matters are the optics. These people want to see the cops punished for this act, justified or not, because it’s a symbolic gesture. Actual guilt for wrongdoing isn’t necessary.

Our nation is being ripped apart by this kind of Marxist thinking. What’s worse is how so many people are taking steps toward normalizing this view of law enforcement and making it become a normal part of society.

Pray for your local police officers.



  1. what were the results of the ballistics? I heard the bullets that killed Breonna Taylor did not come from the officer’s gun. Whose bullet killed her?

  2. This AG did his job ! He looked at the FACTS, and decided on those . It is RIDICULOUS to say that he was an “Uncle Tom” for his decision. Does a Black person, ALWAYS have
    to THINK, like a Black person, OR actually follow the LAW ?

  3. The AG is a brave and upright man. What if white people took revenge as they did in the past. We are all beyond those bad days, but some black people are acting just like the old southern whites.

  4. We understand that Sgt. Cheryl Dorsey was fired from the police force for prostitution. She would not arrest men if they let her give them blowjobs.


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