Two police officers were killed in Texas, on Saturday, in an ambush while responding to a domestic disturbance.
Ismael Chaves, 39, and Edelmiro Garza Jr., 45, were officers with the McAllen Police Department.
Chavez was a former teacher and football coach. He was also the father to Savannah Chavez, who took to Twitter to post heartfelt messages and grieve in a way of praise to her father.
I’m so proud of you and all your accomplishments and I’m proud to call you my father. i can’t thank you enough for all you’ve done. I thank God for putting you in my life. you will forever be in my heart. thank you for making me the happiest “princess” ever. #McallenPD pic.twitter.com/aFXsb4b4rD
— Savannah (@sweeetsav) July 12, 2020
She talked and reminisced about their memories together and how he had such an influence on her life.
Then the radical left got involved and it turned exceptionally nasty.
She posted a message in tribute to her father and it got a bunch of nasty replies. Her message is now deleted because of this:
words cannot describe the pain I'm in, but I'm glad my dad is at peace. you were an amazing man and anyone who ever came across you knew that. I'm going to miss you so much. you died doing what you loved most, you died a hero. i love you daddy, see you soon. #BlueLivesMatter
People started calling her racist for her #BluelivesMatter hashtag.
That was probably one of the nicest of the nasty messages.
Here are a few of the others.
"Well atleast your pops is a good cop now, 6 feet in the dirt where he cant hurt nobody," a user tweeted.
"Rip to your daddy!!! But one cop down many more to go," another person responded.
It's hard to believe we have a section of America who has this much hate, but this is what Americans are up against in November.
Meanwhile the city of McAllen, Texas held a procession for the fallen officers and many of the citizens of Texas are mourning and praising the fallen officers.
RIP officers Chavez and Garza.
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