“YOU’RE NEXT!”: LeBron Tweets, Then Deletes, Threat To Cop Who Protected Black Girl From Being Stabbed

Tweet reveals deep hatred for law enforcement and BLM's mission to persecute all police.

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NBA basketball player LeBron James tweeted in a now-deleted post a photo of the police officer who saved a young black girl from getting stabbed, with the threat “YOU’RE NEXT.”

“YOU’RE NEXT. #ACCOUNTABILITY,” he tweeted on Wednesday, with an hourglass emoji signaling his time is running out.

LeBron quickly deleted the tweet after receiving swift backlash on Twitter.

The National Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) pointed out that the Columbus officer in question saved a black girl’s life when he stopped 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant from stabbing her.

Other leftists, such as former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett and “comedian” Kathy Griffin, who tried spinning the Columbus officer-involved shooting also ended up with egg on their face.


Within hours of the Chauvin verdict, another police involved shooting of a 15 black teen occurred, where he shot dead a girl on a stabbing spree, saving lives.



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