Footage of Keenan Anderson’s arrest leaked online.
A photo: Youtube
American policy in the new year 2023 is marked by “déjà vu” – a repetition of recent events in an even more absurd form. First, on the second anniversary of the “January 6 affair”, neighboring Brazil almost literally reproduced the storming of the local Capitol, when the “local Trump”, the nationalist President Bolsonaro, could not be re-elected in the elections.
And now May 2020 is repeating itself, when the death of an unknown African American George Floyd after being detained by the police led to the most massive protests in recent decades: with arson, pogroms, the overthrow of statues of the founding fathers of the country for their “white racism” and the worldwide march of the Black Lives Matter slogan (“black lives matter”). Supporters of then-President Trump generally believed that their opponents, the liberals from the US Democratic Party, under the guise of “popular rallies” were trying to pull off a color revolution in order to prevent the Republican president from being re-elected in November of that year.
And now – deja vu. On January 3, 2023, a rather ordinary traffic accident happened in Los Angeles at 15:35. The police immediately arrived at the scene and detained the main suspect in the auto-collision – a certain Keenan Anderson (Keenan Anderson).
The 31-year-old African American acted strangely, was excited, screaming as if someone wanted to kill him. However, the videos show that at that time nothing threatened Keenan’s life, and the young man did not answer the question of who was encroaching on him that way.
Then the plot became more and more muddy. The video recorder of one of the police officers recorded Anderson’s words: “They want to make me the next George Floyd.” Again, looking ahead, this comparison turned out to be literal – later, as in the Floyd case, traces of drugs were found in the blood of a young man: cocaine and cannabis. Probably, his extravagant behavior was explained precisely by this.
Events were rapidly moving towards a tragic denouement. Keenan Anderson, apparently feeling unwell, asked for water – but the police only repeatedly demanded that he “sit still on the sidewalk.” Then the guy ran (according to the officers, “tried to jump into someone else’s car and run away”). After a short chase, the African American was seized again – and then something happened to his heart. Keenan was transferred to a local hospital, where, according to official statements, he “died four and a half hours later of a heart attack.”
It cannot be said that this is an out of the ordinary event. For example, during the period of January 2-3, in different parts of the same Los Angeles, at least two citizens were shot dead in similar “police incidents” – Takar Smith and Oscar Sanchez. The only thing that separates the late Keenan Anderson from them is the absence of world-famous relatives.
For Mr Anderson is the cousin of Patricia Cullors. This woman is a thermonuclear liberal, writer and LGBT activist who in 2013 came up with the same Black Lives Matter slogan. For you to understand her beliefs, Patricia’s wife (or husband?), named Janaya Khan, identifies as “multiple gender” and demands to be referred to by the pronoun “they.”
It is clear that such influential relatives among the “liberal movement” did not allow the “case of the new Floyd” to be put on the brakes – and now the police of the City of Angels are investigating their own cruelty, and the mayor and other officials offer condolences, shaking thunder towards the same police.
And there is only one question. In 2020, at the height of the Floyd case, the white racist and nationalist Trump was in power (well, at least that’s how the mainstream media portrayed him), and now in Washington, Democrat Joe Biden, who came to power on a wave of criticism from everyone these atrocities. Yes, and Los Angeles and the entire state of California is one of the base regions of the Democrats.
Will new protests like the BLM-2020 movement start now? It looks like we’ll find out in the coming days if that movement was a “popular initiative” – or an attempt at a “network revolution” by the Democrats against the hated Trump.