Latino illegal kills black NFL player, left is silent

Saturday, February 10, 2018
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Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

NFL logoA conservative black activist contends that the killing of a National Football League player by a drunken illegal alien shows that the left in this country picks illegal aliens over American citizens.

Indianapolis Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson was killed early Super bowl Sunday, when Manuel Orrego-Savala – a Guatemalan national with no driver's license who had been deported twice – slammed into the car Jackson was riding in. The Uber driver was also killed.

Authorities say Orrego-Savala had been convicted of drunk driving in California – calling attention to the fact that he should not have been behind the wheel … or even in the United States.

Nadra Enzi, who serves as a member of the advisory council for the National Leadership Network of Black Conservatives’ Project 21, points out that there has been scant coverage of this tragedy because illegal aliens are higher on the politically correct food chain than American blacks.

"If the perpetrator was [from the] neo-Nazi alt-right or [the] Aryan Nation – you name it – there would be national outcry,” Enzi insisted. “The left refuses to do certain things because [they are not in] their narrative.”

It is argued that agendas are more important to leftists than American lives.

“Black lives don't matter – liberal narratives matter,” Enzi impressed. “That's the overwhelming conclusion one draws from this and other cases."

Enzi says this is non-partisan and really has nothing to do with anyone's political agenda.

"Considering that American blacks have only been fully enfranchised citizens for 50 years – my lifetime – this is something that should be a strategic concern for us because Jim Crow was bad enough, [but] Juan Crow promises to be infinitely worse."

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