How to push a phony “racist cops” narrative; the McKinney Pool episode

Update: 6-11-15 ~
Social Media Nazis Try To Get Man Who Said #McKinney Was Not About Race Fired ~ The self-appointed thought enforcers are trying to get Benet Embry – the guy who talked to Hannity Monday night – (see video below) booted from his job as an internet radio show host for… telling the truth.
For the low-information crowd a 30 second video clip is all that’s needed these days to try, convict and condemn a police officer in the court of public opinion; case closed. So when the progressive agit-prop crowd saw the pool party footage of a McKinney cop restraining a young teen, they recognized a golden opportunity to foment more discord and animosity – truth be damned. Just like Trayvon. Just like Ferguson. Just like Baltimore.

In this case though, the McKinney story started falling apart even before the video went viral, as residents of the Craig Ranch Subdivision took to Facebook to explain what really happened. “Sundance,” at The Last Refuge (aka- The Conservative Treehouse), has a detailed chronology of the fiasco HERE and HERE.
tatianaBriefly, the infamous pool party, organized by one Tatiana Rhodes (or Tatyana Rhodes), was unauthorized and in violation of homeowner association rules (Reservation required; Fee: $50.00; refundable $175 security deposit; no more than 20 people) ~

There are numerous social media links reflecting that Tatiana organizes these “parties”, and charges for attendance, as a profit generating business. Her enterprise name is promoted under the auspices of “Twinzzpromotions” and uses the email […]
However, the specific event last Friday was advertised as “free attendance” where Tatiana was passing out flyers and selling tickets for another event she was setting up for June 19.

Tatiana and her mother (who are residents of Craig Ranch) set up for the festivities in a park area adjacent to the subdivision’s gated pool. The party included a DJ who, according to one neighborhood resident, “was playing loud, explicit (F-bomb) music for multiple hours.” More than 100 people showed up in response to party flyers which advertised “Food – Drinks – Pool” ~

Apparently Tatiana and her mother Lashana were unable to control the growing crowd – who came to their event at the park looking for and expecting a “pool party”.
That’s when things got out of control as the 100+ teens (and young adults) turned into a mob of partygoers and began jumping the fence to the gated pool area. Residents within the neighborhood found themselves confronting a mob of teens growing ever increasingly hostile and agitated.

By the time a lone police officer, Eric Casebolt (the officer captured in the viral video), arrived on the scene, a fight had broken out between two teen girls, and the situation was rapidly deteriorating.

Here’s one of the homeowners talking to Sean Hannity Monday night (June 8th). His version of the events matches that of the vast majority of resident witnesses. There’s a lot more to the story than a brief video clip ~



On Sunday, immediately after the story went viral, the race hustlers started stirring the pot ~

The provocation worked like a charm…

Homes Vandalized and Residents Threatened in McKinney, Texas over #BlackLivesMatter

Residents in the McKinney, Texas, Craig Ranch subdivision told Breitbart Texas that during the protest movement since the pool party ruckus on Friday, they have received death threats, and their homes have been vandalized.
“This isn’t about race,” he continued. “This is about outside kids invading our neighborhood and had no respect for authority or the residents here. I have a target on my back now, and I have been threatened by these punks that they are gonna shoot up my house, when all I did was try to control the mob and actually tended to the girl and the boy that had a bloody lip.”
“Yall don’t know the whole story,” Gestner continued. “I commend the officer for handling this situation.”

Too bad the detestable McKinney chief of police didn’t have the integrity to stand up for that officer – at least until all the facts were in – and threw him under the bus instead.

[As an aside – Many have criticized Eric Casebolt for drawing his weapon during the confrontation. But look at the still shots from the video. Keep in mind the number of police officers across the country who have been gunned down in cold blood over the last few months. And with that in the back of your head, tell me you might not have done the same in the heat of the moment.]

No doubt recalling the social justice mobs that descended on Ferguson and Baltimore, and hoping to escape another media feeding frenzy, Casebolt resigned yesterday. But there’s no escaping the hateful thugs:

Actor Dennis L.A. White suggests violence against daughters of McKinney officer ~

“What if we found eric casebolt’s (sic) family & beat up the young girls in it,” he tweeted. “Would that b fair? If u live in McKinney, find his family.”


#BlackLivesMatter ?!
You know what? Nobody’s life matters to these mindless drones!



Blame the Teenagers for What Happened in McKinney, Not the Police

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