Black Lives Matter Speaker Letha Winston told a cheering crowd in Portland these “filthy disgusting animal” cops should have been strangled by their umbilical cord as babies and calling for a “war” on cops where militants should “shoot back”.
“This is a war, guys … We’re getting ready to get armored up around here,” declared Letha Winston, whose son, Patrick Kimmons, was shot dead by cops in 2018 as he charged toward them seconds after he shot two men.
Winston’s extreme rhetoric happened just hours before they began to take to the streets of Portland to violently harass, rob, physically assault people and as TuskerDaily reported, nearly murdering a man after the violent BLM/Antifa mob pulled him from his truck.
“I will continue with my mission by any means necessary,” she added — repeating “by any means necessary” several times as she spoke for more than an hour Sunday in front of the Oregon city’s Justice Center.
“I know you got a gun, but so do I … Go ahead and shoot me — I’m shooting back,” she told the cheering crowd, addressing them as “comrades.”
“We’re here to take our streets back,” she said of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Carbzilla Letha Winston Black Lives Matter Poster
In other clips taken by a reporter for The Oregonian, she calls cops who pull over black drivers “liars” if they claim it is for anything but the color of their skin, adding that any such officer is a “filthy, disgusting animal” who should “got to hell.”
Letha Winston, mother of Patrick Kimmons, who was killed by Portland Police in 2018, is at the mic & she’s furious. Here, she talks about driving while Black pic.twitter.com/poRu9FuuQk
— Beth Nakamura (@bethnakamura) August 17, 2020
But while Letha Winston cried that “filthy, disgusting animal” cops should die for shooting her son, Winston, and the Black Lives Matter supporters fail to mention that.
Winston’s 27-year-old son had opened fire five times, injuring two men, before he was shot as he ran toward two officers who say he had his gun drawn, according to The Oregonian.
The grand jury determined that the officers’ use of deadly force against 27-year-old Patrick Kimmons was a lawful act of self-defense or defense of a third person.