Black Trump Supporter, Known as Pillar in his Community, Executed in Broad Daylight

We’re past the tipping point. The rioting, looting, vandalism and terrorizing have extended for more than two months now. And there is no end in sight in some cities. People are hurting across this country, and the mainstream media continues to lie in support of this violence and chaos. One recent story, in particular, will show you how nasty this situation has become.

This is a sad, ugly story, but we have to talk about the murder of Bernell Trammell, a 60 year old business owner who was a black Rastafarian man. He was a citizen of Milwaukee, and he was gunned down in broad daylight on July 23. It was an execution-style murder. He was clearly targeted in this murder.

Trammell was well known in his community. Neighbors saw him frequently riding his bike or walking the streets of Milwaukee’s Riverwest neighborhood, with signs about religion and politics.

Who was Mr. Trammell? He was a well-known and well-liked member of the community. He was a vocal man of God and always working to better the community around him. He was also a political activist. He was constantly professing his support for President Trump. In fact, he gave an interview a few hours before his murder. In that interview, he explained why he supports the President. It was conducted on the exact spot where he would later be shot.

Townhall reported that Trammell was sitting outside around lunchtime in front of his business, a publishing company, when a car pulled up alongside him and someone fatally shot him before speeding away.

So far, the names of suspects have not been released, and no arrests have been made. We know that a man was murdered. We don’t know who did it or if justice will be served at all.

 

Unfortunately, we cannot talk about Mr. Trammell’s life and death without getting into politics, because politics play a major role in all of this. In the weeks leading up to his death, Trammell was extremely active on social media and in his community working to reelect President Trump.

It was Mr. Trammell’s political musings that angered people in his community the most. Trammell frequently held signs in public spaces advocating for Trump’s reelection. On Monday, one member of the community followed behind Mr. Trammell holding a sign that said “Sike,” which is a slang term for “not” or “as if.”

An innocent man is dead. He was likely murdered over his political beliefs. That makes his murder categorical terrorism. The media has told repeatedly that Republicans and people on the right hate black people. The media has insinuated over and over that Black Lives Matter, Joe Biden and the Democrats are the only hope to bring peace and safety to black Americans.

All of those groups have been silent about Mr. Trammell’s murder. None of them started a GoFundMe to help with funeral costs or take care of those he left behind. They haven’t even uttered his name, and there’s a reason for that. This murder shows that violence against black Americans is not perpetrated by the right against the left. In fact, all of the mass violence we’ve seen this summer disproves that dirty lie. The opposite is true, and it is happening everywhere.

For a long time, it has not been socially or professionally safe to be conservative or a Trump supporter. Now, you sacrifice physical safety when you profess your support for the current President. That’s what they want. The media and the left are silent because they want you to be afraid to be a Republican. They want you to be afraid to talk about your beliefs. They don’t want an activist uprising in the name of Trammell. It would undo the months of work they’ve accomplished since the pandemic hit.

This is all a coordinated effort. Your very freedom of political ideology is at risk. The left and the mainstream media are willing to murder you and then not cover the story or tell the American people what is happening in order to put more Democrats in power. That’s the reality of the situation. This has gone from a culture war to a physical, violent war, and you’re seeing it everywhere — not just this one murder.

Here is the ultimate question. Will you be cowed, or will you rise up and stop this insurrection in its tracks?

 


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