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Jan 20 2019

Natalie Corona, RIP

This 2-year-old Facebook post is both beautiful and heartbreaking:

The beauty speaks for itself. Here is why it is heartbreaking:

Natalie Corona was a rising star in her police department with a sparkling smile and a huge heart who had followed in her father’s footsteps and became an officer, fulfilling a lifelong dream just a few months ago when her dad pinned the badge on her uniform.

[Earlier this month] her father and a stunned community mourned the 22-year-old who was shot and killed on duty while responding to a multi-vehicle crash in the small college town of Davis, California. Investigators believe she was ambushed by a gunman on a bicycle, but they haven’t a determined the motive for his actions.

Turns out the murderer was a lunatic who believed the police were bombarding him with “ultrasonic waves.” That is, he was the kind of menace to society that people like Natalie Corona put their lives on the line to protect us against.

It gets worse. Following her tragic death, social justice warriors took to the Internet to vent their spleens:

A photo of Police Officer Natalie Corona, clad in a royal blue dress and waving a Thin Blue Line flag, has flooded social media as a symbol of the 22-year-old’s deep love of police work before she was gunned down in Davis…

A UC Davis student government branch, though, saw it differently. The university’s Ethnic and Cultural Affairs Commission criticized the picture and Corona’s flag in particular, calling it “triggering” and “blatantly anti-Black” in a now-deleted Facebook post.

These moonbats hate the Thin Blue Line flag because they associate it with the forbidden sentiment that blue lives matter, which “represents an attempt by law enforcement to undermine the Black Lives Matter movement.”

The Black Lives Matter chapter in nearby Sacramento was enraged that people would regard Natalie Corona as a hero, striking out in a demented blog post that bubbles over with the standard cretinous moonbattery:

Blue is a job, and the phrase “blue lives matter” is simply a racist, reactionary clapback to the very real human rights struggle of the Black Lives Matter movement. Police terror is a daily stressor for Black and Brown Americans.

If instead of being a police officer Natalie Corona had been a criminal lowlife who managed to get shot by the police, she would have qualified as an oppressed “Brown American” herself, being of Mexican ancestry. Then the SJWs would have seen her as a hero.

On a tip from 1-Bodhisattva. Hat tip: PoliceOne.com.



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