Activist LeBron James Explains Why He Deleted Tweet Targeting Ohio Cop: 'This Isn't About One Officer'

Nick Kangadis | April 22, 2021
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This is what happens when you base everything off of emotion and media and political indoctrination instead of waiting for two seconds for any kind of pertinent information relative to the topic said person is railing on about.

Activist basketball player LeBron James deleted a tweet on Wednesday which called out the officer involved in the shooting of a 16-year-old, knife-wielding girl in Columbus, Ohio, posting the tweet with the caption, “YOU’RE NEXT” and “#ACCOUNTABILITY.” The now-deleted tweet also featured an hourglass emoji and a full picture of the officer.

Wednesday evening, James tweeted twice to explain his feelings and why he deleted the tweet in question. James once again sounded like a parrot only repeating what leftist politicians and the elitist media have already said.

“I took the tweet down because its [sic] being used to create more hate — This isn’t about one officer,” James tweeted, copying the pre-approved narrative currently being pushed. “it’s [sic] about the entire system and they always use our words to create more racism.”

No, LeBron. You’re doing just fine creating more racism on your own.

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Here are the very poorly written tweets, written in part in social media English:



Sorry, but James shouldn’t be taken seriously. I’ll take him more seriously when he tweets out about 7-year-old Chicago girl, Jaslyn Adams. That little girl was shot to death while with her father in a McDonald’s drive-thru in what Chicago police are saying might have been a gang shooting.

Until then, kick rocks, LeBron. Focus on basketball and comment again when you have any kind of clue on what you’re talking about.