Sarah Palin Delivers Wisdom on BLM "farce".

"Shame on our culture's influencers who would stir contention and division that could lead to evil such as that in Dallas."

"Shame on politicians and pundits giving credence to thugs rioting against police officers and the rule of law in the name of "'peaceful protests.' It is a farce. BlackLivesMatter is a farce."

"Black Lives Matter? Yes - more than BLM "protestors" can grasp, as evidenced by their self-destructive provocateurism," she wrote. "Doesn't it go without saying that Native lives matter, too? And Asian; and Eskimo; and Hispanic; and Indian... and every other race comprised of people who see clearly the agenda at play to weaken America through disunity."

She continued, "Self-descriptions that put any race in front of being an American are now used to further divide our nation. It's time to acknowledge you're either an American under our system of equality, law and order - and traditional patriotic spirit - or you're not. Knock off the hyphenation of who we are. And knock off the shoulder chip if you've let 'leaders' burden you with it through their example that sadly capitalizes on division for untoward purposes. That chip is crushing the people's hope."

"So if we're to take sides, I side with the Thin Blue Line. To side with our public servants trying to keep law and order amidst political agendas that clearly oppose that virtue is how the good guys win again," she wrote. "It's the only way to ensure our best days will be ahead of us.

Someone with the courage to speak the truth about BLM.
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Do you also agree that

Gay lives matter? ALL lives matter...

I know you don't want to divide the nation...under any circumstances.

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Not anymore than anyone else's

And we are all still subject to God's Laws, whether we accept that as true or not.

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RE:And we are all still subject to God's Laws,

While we're still walking on planet Earth?

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God seems to think so

So long as they are both happy together. Considering the divorce rate, maybe better to get one mailed to you anyway.

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God seems to think so

And He's the one who gets the last word, whether you like it or not.

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RE:He's the one who gets the last word,

He's the one who gets the last word, whether you like it or not.

"the ONE"?

There is only ONE?

And the one YOU follow is the RIGHT ONE?

You hope.

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You KNOW as much as the people of other BELIEFS "KNOW"...they know their beliefs....

an acceptance that a statement is true or that something exists.

trust, faith, or confidence in someone or something

After you pass on...get back to me...Then, I MIGHT believe you.

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All human life is sacred

Not all that humans do is likewise. We are not responsible for how we think and feel but we are responsible for how we behave. Our behavior can lead to good or to harm and that good or harm could be to ourselves or to others. We are held to account for either of these.

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