Daniel Perry’s Controversial Pardon Sparks Outrage Amidst Texas BLM Riot and Garrett Foster’s Tragic Death


In the midst of a heated Black Lives Matter protest in Texas, a name suddenly made headlines – Daniel Perry. The young man had received a pardon from the state for his role in the tragic death of fellow protester, Garrett Foster. The news sparked widespread outrage and debate, leaving many wondering about the true implications of such a decision. Let's dive deeper into the story and uncover the complexities behind this controversial pardon.

The incident in question occurred during a BLM demonstration in July of 2020, where tensions were already high as protesters marched for racial justice. Amidst the chaos, Perry claims to have accidentally hit Foster with his car after he turned into a street that had been blocked off by the protesters.

The impact resulted in Foster's death, and Perry was initially charged with manslaughter. However, just a few short months later, the charges were dropped and Perry was officially pardoned by the state of Texas.

Naturally, this turn of events has left many outraged and questioning the motives behind the pardon. Some have accused the state of prioritizing the protection of law enforcement over justice for a fellow protester. Others have raised concerns about the possible political implications of the decision, especially given the timing of the pardon – just days before the US Presidential election. But perhaps the most pressing question is, what message does this send to the BLM movement and the fight for racial equality?

One could argue that the pardon sends a dangerous message – that individuals can escape accountability for their actions, especially if they are aligned with a certain political ideology or cause. It raises questions about the true motives of those in positions of power and the extent to which they are willing to protect their own. And in the midst of a movement that is fighting against systemic racism and injustice, this pardon only adds fuel to the fire and undermines the progress that has been made.

Furthermore, the decision to pardon Perry has brought to light the lack of accountability and justice for Black individuals in America's criminal justice system. Many have pointed out the stark contrast between Perry's pardon and the countless instances where Black individuals have faced severe consequences for much less severe offenses. It highlights the ongoing issue of systemic racism and the urgent need for reform within the justice system.

In conclusion, the pardon of Daniel Perry has sparked a contentious debate about the true priorities and values of the state of Texas. It has reignited discussions about the fight for racial equality and the importance of accountability and justice for all individuals, regardless of their race or political beliefs.

As the nation continues to grapple with issues of systemic racism and injustice, this decision serves as a reminder that there is still much work to be done. Let us hope that this incident serves as a catalyst for positive change and a step towards a more just and equitable society.

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  1. If it indeed was a mistake, then he should not have been charged . That being said, was an investigation conducted? I believe ALL LIVES MATTER. BLM is a violent organization and many carry weapons during their activities. BLM IS A TERRORIST ORGANIZATION.

  2. Racism is not happening naturally; it’s being promoted for political purposes. The left has managed to make everything political today. Whether it’s race, gender, or homosexuality they all serve the purpose of dividing us along political lines and letting the left destroy our country.

  3. Perhaps this will teach anarchists that blocking vehicular traffic traveling in a legitimate, marked lane by using human bodies that by law should NOT be in the road is a very bad idea. Furthermore, threatening unknown victims with an AK47 is tantamount to suicidal behavior, and therefore does NOT constitute “peaceful protest.”

  4. If a large group of people are acting violent and banishing weapons and someone in that group gets killed it would be that group that is guilty of murder not the innocent person in a car that accidentally hit said person or if that driver hit that person on purpose it is self defense because if a person pointed a AK47 at me and i was in my car he would become road kill.

  5. “And in the midst of a movement that is fighting against systemic racism and injustice, this pardon only adds fuel to the fire and undermines the progress that has been made.” ~ YOUR words here. A citizen driving on a public way, drives into a violent crowd and is stopped by this mob. THEN an armed “protester” points an AK-47 rifle at you and you fire your firearm to STOP him so that you can drive away safely. Just where is the “racism and injustice” here ?? The REAL question is, “Why was garrett foster carrying an AK-47 in a “peaceful demonstration” and why did garrett foster point that rifle at Mr. Perry?” Racism YOU say? I say BS when the likes of YOU are calling a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, roadways, AND the Blue Line Flag are all racist! Protecting yourself from death or severe injuries are all covered under our Constitution. Anyone pointing a rifle at another citizen; gives that peaceful citizen the RIGHT to protect themselves and their family from severe injuries or death. garrett foster brought his death upon HIMSELF ! PERIOD !!

  6. I agree with the2 above! When your protest cross the line to my safety, my safety is first and they get what they deserve! What would the wineyassed protesters do if the table were turned. I believe on peaceful protest but not blocking traffic and destroying cars, buildings! That’s criminal and needs to be arrested and found guilty.

  7. Yes. He should never have been charged. Thank you Governor Abbott. Texas justice at its best. Take your riot BS to blue states.


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