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This Man Made a Huge Statement to #BlackLivesMatter When He Was Pulled Over For Speeding

When pulled over for speeding, this black man didn’t act crazy, didn’t cause problems, didn’t get into the officer’s face, he took time to take a selfie during a traffic stop with a white police officer and it’s going viral across the internet

But not for the reasons you may think…

After the officer ran Greg Barnes Jr.’s information, he returned to the car and they both had a conversation about how two men could respect each other and everything go smoothly especially between African-Americans and police officers.

If you listened to #BlackLivesMatters, they usually speak like they are the experts on police confrontations when they are just trying to rally their troops on subject matters created by lies and innuendos.

Both the officer and Barnes noted most talks end up negative, some even deadly… but theirs was different, and they agreed to take the selfie and post to Facebook in hopes of spreading their story.

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You see, the main point here is not all people are bad, not all are racist. Barnes facebook post stated the following:

They continued to explain “that we can all continue to fight against each other until we are ‘black & blue’, or we can show one another the respect both inherently deserve – not as a ‘black man’ or a ‘blue police officer’ – but as human beings.”

“None greater, none less.”

Barnes ended the posting with a simple hashtag. #Respect.

What do you think about this story? Will you share it to end the false narrative by this hate group called #BlackLivesMatter? Share your comments below in the comment section.

H/T – Daily Caller

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