As the Lib-tards try so hard to distance the shooter from black militants (and the CAIR) the facts keep piling up that this guy was neck deep in with them. My guess this is where he got his “training” since his Time in the Army was mostly spent either stealing panties or doing carpentry work. -SF
Following the tragic Dallas police shooting, in which four Dallas Police Department officers and one Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) police officer were gunned downed by sniper fire along with seven other officers and two civilians who sustained non-fatal injuries, it is now known that the deceased perpetrator was in fact a member of the radical anti-cop Huey P. Newton Gun Club, inspired by the old Black Panther Party.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown stated in a press conference that the shooter, Micah Xavier Johnson (shown, right) was killed by the Dallas Police Department with a “robot bomb,” following a breakdown of negotiations during a shootout between police and Johnson.
During the negotiations, Johnson told police that he “was upset about Black Lives Matter,” Brown told reporters, adding, “He said he was upset about the recent shootings, he was upset at white people. The suspect said he wanted to kill white people, especially white officers.”
Johnson, who served in the U.S. Army Reserve between 2009 and 2015, was the recipient of various medals, including the Army Achievement Medal and the NATO Medal, for his tour of duty in Afghanistan, according to the Los Angeles Times.
In the press conference, Dallas Police Chief Brown also said that Johnson told police that “he was not affiliated with any groups and he stated that he did this alone.”
However, it is now known that Johnson was in fact a member of the Huey P. Newton Gun Club, a self-described “Armed United Front” named after the co-founder of the original Black Panther Party. Based in Houston, Texas, the gun club openly carries rifles while marching in the streets chanting “Black power” and “oink, oink, bang, bang” — the latter a reference to killing white police officers, whom they refer to as “pigs.”
Quanell X, a local community activist, told Houston’s NBC local affiliate KPRC-TV channel 2 that Johnson previously belonged to “the Houston chapter of the New Black Panther Party.”
According to Quanell, Johnson was with the New Black Panthers for only six months before leaving for not “obeying the chain of command.” This apparent “rogue” member of the group also appeared in video footage, as seen below, recorded by Breitbart News, where he can be seen in formation strapped with a rifle and obediently reciting the chant, “oink, oink, bang, bang.” However upon closer inspection of the footage, the shoulder patches read “Huey P. Newton Gun Club,” not the New Black Panther Party. The gun club is a separate organization and not part of the New Black Panther Party.
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