Their loved-ones mattered.
Two months ago, Pei Xia Chen was a happy newlywed.
Now, she’s living a nightmare as the widow of executed NYPD officer Wenjian Liu, and the focus of a media frenzy. She offered a statement to the press late yesterday evening:
The devastated widow of slain police Officer Wenjian Liu spoke Monday about her husband’s choice to lead a life of service as a shaken city continued to mourn him and Officer Rafael Ramos — two heroes executed by a madman.
“His dreams were of providing for his current and growing family,” Pei Xia Chen said tearfully of the man she had just married in September.
“He was an asset to the police department, using his Chinese language skills whenever and wherever it was needed,” she said in a statement.
Jaden Ramos is only 13, but he’s having to deal with the same pain wracking Officer Liu’s family. His father, Officer Rafael Ramos, was in the cruiser with Liu when Ismaaiyl Brinsley brutally executed the two men in broad daylight.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio asked for a halt to protests until after the officers’ funerals take place—but not before venting his frustrations on the media for its negative portrayal of protesters who demand dead cops as sufficient restitution for the lives of Eric Garner and Michael Brown.
This is America’s shame. We all own it by default, which means we have to make a decision: do we embrace the insanity that is the current evolution of the “social justice” movement, or do we take a stand on behalf of all lives?
If this is what victory or “progress” looks like for the race hustlers of America, then I pray for their abject and rapid failure.DONATE
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