Why is BLM silent about the girl shot to death at age 11?

The ‘Don’t talk to cops’ people aren’t talking.

No peace, no justice for Anisa Maria Scott.

They pulled the plug at 11:11 a.m. today 08-13-2020 on an 11-year-old girl shot in the head in one of those car-to-car shootouts becoming all too common in Madison WI. The plug that kept her alive, barely. Church bells all over town should toll.

It could be said Anisa Maria Scott was in the wrong place at the wrong time but that is more trivial than “thoughts and prayers.” The bitter truth is the little girl was with the wrong person in the wrong car. A person said to be known to the family which means, inescapably, the family itself bears some responsibility. Harsh? Not as harsh as putting the girl into harm’s way.

“I believe in my heart that the person who delivered the bullet that shot Anisa had not intended to cause her death,” says one of the saner of Madison’s alders, Barbara Harrington-McKinney.

Of course not, Alder! The shooter intended to cause the adult driver’s death. It could be tit for tat in the shootings that began with the whacking of Maurice Bowman in another moving gun battle 07-25-2020 and escalated to the assault at Garner Park 08-04-2020. Or some fresh new feud over drugs, territory, or some trivial word of disrespect. (“Alders bash police while BLM shoots each other.”)

Anisa Marie Scott, middle

The dogs that are not barking

Mayor Satya and Police Chief Wahl and the grieving family have spoken out. So have alders like Harrington-McKinney and Sheri Carter, both of whom are Black (and therefore have more credibility, supposedly).

Notice who has remained conspicuously (and uncharacteristically) silent? Brandi Grayson. M Adams. The Party for Socialism & Liberation. Bianca Gomez. Freedom Inc. Amelia Royko Maurer. Sabrina Madison. The Grievin’ Grandma. Progressive Dane. Greg Gelembiuk. Brenda Konkel. The Community Response Team. Ali Muldrow and Ananda Mirilli.

All the police bashers. The Cops Out of School crowd. The Derail the Jail crew. All the Defund, Re-imagine, Reform, Regulate, Monitor and Second-Guess the Cops. All the excuse-makers for broken windows and busted statues UW Professor Walter C. Stern (who teaches ‘blame whitey’ at the School of Education). All the Marxist theorists that police are nothing more than modern-day slave catchers.

Free the 350 bail fund

On their site: “This is the webpage for the Free the 350 Bail Fund, which aims to directly undermine modern day slavery disguised as the so-called justice system. Please donate if you can and together we can FREE THEM ALL!”

The ones, like Freedom Inc. and Allies for Black Lives who counsel the terminally Woke to stonewall the police. Or the “Free the 350” that raises money from the gullible guilties to bail out of jail serial offenders. Or the mob that F-bombs at midnight the homes of the district attorney, sheriff, and school board president. No mention of Anisa Maria Scott. (Support her fundraiser.)

Do the nut jobs who blockaded the Madison Police south precinct station have any remorse today? When will we hear from Madison’s Democrat(ic) state legislative delegation? Reps. Shelia Stubbs, Melissa Sargent, Lisa Subeck? Still can’t come up with a way to blame the mayhem on Donald Trump?

When will District Attorney Ismael Ozanne crack down on crime? When will Juvenile Court Judge Everett Mitchell quit recycling gang bangers?

Urban Triage Don't talk to cops

Don’t talk to cops?

Alders like Rebecca Kemble (Progressive Dane) refuse to help the mom & pop businesses on State Street boarded up in Madison’s kristallnacht because they are not Black enough. Or like Tag Evers (Progressive Dane) and Mayor Satya (Progressive Dane) who demanded the immediate release of Devonere A. Johnson (alias Yeshua Musa), the “peaceful protestor” wielding a bullhorn and a baseball bat.

“Just give us some free food and beer and we can end this now. You don’t want 600 people to come here and destroy your business and burn it down. The cops are on our side. You notice that when you call them, nothing happens to us.” he would tell shopkeepers as he shook them down for beer and money in the name of BLM. (Recounted here.)

Barbara McKinney

Ald. H-McKinney

Ald. Harrington-McKinney is not among the police bashers, proving that the bullhorn bullies don’t speak for the Black community but merely use it to further their political aims.

Anisa was shot not by the racist actions of some police, but by the reckless act of shooting into a car she was a passenger in. But these actions of reckless and senseless shootings must stop. This violence must stop. We must demonstrate that Black Lives Matters to Black people.”

Blaska’s Bottom LineBut this coming Thursday 08-20-2020 the Madison Common Council’s Executive Committee will send a powerful signal that Cops are the problem. Alders will create a police overseer with subpoena power answerable to a congerie of cop-bashers populated by Freedom Inc. and requiring at least one member with an arrest record. Maybe the guy who shot Anisa?

Could it be that BLM does not represent the black community?

 

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33 Responses to Why is BLM silent about the girl shot to death at age 11?

  1. Why is BLM silent about the girl shot to death at age 11?

    Because they cannot politically exploit her death to further their cause in fact it my be a detriment to their cause; therefore, her death is valueless to their cause.

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    • Gary Kriewald says:

      Because BLM is intellectually and morally bankrupt and values nothing–certainly nothing as expendable as the life of a child– that stands in the way of its largely successful power grab. I take little comfort in the pious tsk-tsking of the mayor, the police chief, and a couple of alders who so far have done everything they can to nurture a climate in which a handful of ideological thugs can engage in state-sponsored mayhem. After two and a half months of sowing, the reaping begins in earnest.

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    • Liberty says:

      Know what else they’ll exploit? They’ll use this and other tragedies as a referendum to limit second amendment rights.

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  2. Balboa says:

    David, don’t you know nothing, when it is Black on Black Murder, then it is cuz we have too many guns. When it is anything else “fill in black” on black murder then it is systemic racism. Come on, don’t you know the difference by now. All I keep singing, is Charlie’s deranged anthem, “Helter Skelter”

    Remember Paul is dead.

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    • Balboa says:

      Bam, turn on all the local Drive By media sources this am. This death was caused by GUN VIOLENCE no mention of BLM. Remember Black on Black Murder is not mentioned at all by Satya, Evers or the Media. Hedonistic, Tribalistic Psychopaths caused this death

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  3. Pasco says:

    We need more heroes like the alder women to speak out.I fear the regular sane folks may still be afraid to come out for fear of reprisals similar to what AG Ozane in countered at his doorstep! Imagine we would have finished off State street had this been……..

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  4. Liberty says:

    The silence is sickening.

    Nice of Alder McKinney to speak out, but two issues with her comment. First, she’s making an assumption that “some police” shoot people because of racism. Which police is she referring to and how does she know it’s race based? Feeds a false narrative.

    She also says this was a reckless act. No, the people who perpetuate these crimes are not just being reckless, they’re psychopaths.

    “Anisa was shot not by the racist actions of some police, but by the reckless act of shooting into a car she was a passenger in. But these actions of reckless and senseless shootings must stop. This violence must stop. We must demonstrate that Black Lives Matters to Black people.”

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    • Liberty says:

      Still seems like she’s glossing over psychotic criminal behavior. The perpetrator intended to kill SOMEONE, no?

      How about believing in your heart that cops are basically good, and that like anyone else, they’re human?

      “I believe in my heart that the person who delivered the bullet that shot Anisa had not intended to cause her death,” says one of the saner of Madison’s alders, Barbara Harrington-McKinney.

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  5. Liberty says:

    Again, more glossing over psychotic criminal behavior. The perpetrator obviously intended to kill SOMEONE.

    “I believe in my heart that the person who delivered the bullet that shot Anisa had not intended to cause her death,” says one of the saner of Madison’s alders, Barbara Harrington-McKinney.

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  6. Liberty says:

    Seems like more glossing over psychotic criminal behavior. The perpetrator intended to shoot SOMEONE.

    “I believe in my heart that the person who delivered the bullet that shot Anisa had not intended to cause her death,” says one of the saner of Madison’s alders, Barbara Harrington-McKinney.

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  7. Liberty says:

    Triplicates of my comment. They didn’t seem to display at first so I reposted. Blaska, can you please delete two of these?

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  8. Liberty says:

    Also seemingly silent is the media. Google her name and see what comes up.

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    • Gary Kriewald says:

      I doubt that her death will attract the attention of the national media–now if she’d been (accidently) shot by a cop ….

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  9. Robski says:

    It seems to me that BLM represents Caucasians only. Whitey is easily guilt tripped into giving until it hurts and generally an easy mark. The death of this poor girl doesn’t fit the BLM narrative and as Steve points out is totally useless to their “movement.” If these SJ orgs really gave a rats ass about this girl they’d be down on that corner of E. Wash having a silent vigil and invite everyone in the area to come and sing cumbyah and love and console each other. But peaceful protesting isn’t in their playbook and there isn’t any scrilla to be made for the parasites at FI, Urban Triage etc. of off this tragedy. Because some tragedies are more profitable than others ya know. It’s sad and pathetic that things ended this way for this innocent girl. I wonder what the driver who was the intended target did to warrant being shot at? It was probably over something dumb and trivial. When you are a ghetto ratchet, and you do ghetto ratchet things to other ratchets, things don’t usually end well. Sadly this poor girl was caught up in this hemisphere of excreable ghetto ratchetry by these horrible adults. There is blood on this guys hands and if he has any sort of conscience will hopefully step forward and ID the guy who tried to shoot him.

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  10. Robski says:

    I’d say BLM represents Caucasians only. Whitey is easily guilt tripped and are useful idiots for the “movement.” This tragedy doesn’t fit BLMs narrative and like Steve pointed out isn’t of any use to the cause. In this case BLM can’t exploit the fuzz or white patriarchy and so on. This case of black on black crime is staring these social justice orgs deadlock in the face and they can’t handle it. There isn’t any money to be made off of this tragedy, to the parasites at FI and Urban Triage this tragedy isn’t profitable enough. Ultimately it is sad and pathetic that this poor girl lost her life. I wonder what the intended target did to warrant getting shot at? I’m sure it was over something trivial and dumb. When you are a ghetto ratchet and you do ratchet things to other ghetto ratchets, things don’t end well. Unfortunately this innocent child is gone by being caught up in a hemisphere of execrable ratchetry by these horrible adults. If the target has any sort of conscience, hopefully he’ll ID the shooter. There is blood on his hands.

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  11. One of THOSE says:

    Saw yesterday that Brandi G and Amelia RM threw a few bucks towards the fundraiser. So all’s well again in their world.

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  12. Fritzderkat says:

    I think everyone in the city should read this column.

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  13. I know some of these people are lurking around these blog posts, so I’d like to see Brandi Grayson, M Adams, members of The Party for Socialism & Liberation, Bianca Gomez, members of Freedom Inc., Amelia Royko Maurer, Sabrina Madison, The Grievin’ Grandma, members of Progressive Dane, Greg Gelembiuk, people from Madison365, Brenda Konkel, members of The Community Response Team, Ali Muldrow and Ananda Mirilli all come here and tell us why they refuse to publicly condemn all the violence emanating from the black community and the rioters.

    I know you’re lurking. That’s a direct challenge. Pass it on.

    Also I’d like to personally challenge every one of those people above plus Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway to come to my blog and respond to the inquiry I posted in my August 1st blog post titled, “We the People” Really Want To Know.

    “If you are one of the people that claims that systemic anti-black racism exists in the United States please do me a favor and provide evidence other than superficial innuendo and accusations to prove that systemic anti-black racism actually exists.”

    There, the direct challenges have been posted.

    I suspect that none of these people will have the guts to defend their choice to not condemn the continuing violence or satisfy the inquiry that I posted in my blog post. Why do I suspect this; because they’ve shown us that there is no logical way to defend their unethical choice and there is no evidence to support their unethical claims of systemic racism. They know they’re morally bankrupt power grabbing totalitarians and most of them have learned that they cannot intelligently compete in the real world so it’s better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and to remove all doubt aka they’re rhetorical cowards.

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  14. georgessson says:

    The BLM Trinity here in Madison is self-absorbed and stomach-turning narcissistic. But we knew that.

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  15. David Blaska says:

    Greg Gelembiuk e-mailed this missive and I chose to post it, with my response below:

    Gelembiuk:

    “I would rarely bother writing in response to one of your missives, and I realize that you don’t like to be bothered by pesky facts (they’re so inconvenient), but many of the parties you list in “Notice who has remained conspicuously (and uncharacteristically) silent?” have actually been publicly grieving her shooting and death, speaking out against the gun violence, and working to do something about it. One of my Facebook postings on this:
    https://www.facebook.com/gregory.gelembiuk/posts/1702492129903192 You may not agree with the content of that posting, but you certainly can’t accuse me of silence. One of the public postings on Brandi’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Markavian04/posts/10100287277161701 

    “I’ve been advocating heavily for initiatives against gun violence for many years (working with Gloria Reyes and others). So have others you list.”

    Blaska:

    I’ll post your response, Greg. But you’re still gunning for the police when police are not the problem, gangs are! wayward teenagers are! Drug use is! All this effort toward reining in the police and what have we got? More shootings. More homicides. More stolen cars, crashes, chases, and chaos. That’s on you, Greg

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    • Liberty says:

      Sorry, not buying it. When they start speaking with as much disdain for blatant criminal acts as they do for cops, then maybe people would take them seriously.

      When they start talking about personal responsibility, solid parenting skills, school behavior plans that don’t hold all kids hostage because of a few participating in deviant behavior, and stop putting the blame on cops and everyone else instead of looking within maybe then people will listen.

      When they stop shouting down & bullying everyone they disagree with, maybe people will be more receptive to their words.

      Until then, people have learned to tune them out.

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    • Liberty says:

      “I would rarely bother writing in response to one of your missives,”

      Yet here he is reading your blog posts. Right.

      “and I realize that you don’t like to be bothered by pesky facts.”

      General observation about vocal police critics and SJ types. What they’re really talking about is THEIR facts, the ones they personally cherrypick and hold up as the truth, even if those facts are hidden in some obscure source.

      Any fact or data you bring to the table that counters their beliefs is dismissed. In their world, only their facts matter.

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    • Batman says:

      Greg says “I’ve been advocating heavily for initiatives against gun violence for many years (working with Gloria Reyes and others). So have others you list.”

      Let’s fast forward and pretend Gregee and his pals achieve every single one of their anti-gun initiatives. Now let’s take a look at the ongoing draconian anti-gun experiment taking place in that uber-blue state adjacent to and just south of WI. You can analyze the results every weekend Greg. You might consider expanding your thought process beyond the tools of violence and focus on causation instead despite how uncomfortable that may be for you. Pay special attention to some of the leading black conservative voices for guidance. You don’t even have to let anyone know you are doing so.

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      • Liberty says:

        “Pay special attention to some of the leading black conservative voices for guidance. You don’t even have to let anyone know you are doing so.”

        Don’t hold your breath. From above: “Any fact or data you bring to the table that counters their beliefs is dismissed. In their world, only their facts matter.”

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    • Greg Gelembiuk,
      The post of yours that you linked to was posted on today, August 13, 2020 @ 1:47am.

      1. Your post speaks about violence and it’s clear that you want to change it but even you don’t condemn the violence. Your statement, “We need a public health movement here, against violence” is not a condemnation of the violence it’s advocating for something you see as a need. Condemnation is “the expression of very strong disapproval” and I waded through your Facebook profile page and I don’t see anything written by you condemning anything, what I saw in the scrolling was only four things written by you and hundreds of things you’ve shared – do you even have your own opinion about things or do you ride on the coattails of others. How hard would it be for you to post on Facebook right this minute something like this “It’s time for everyone, including me, to stand up for what’s right and publicly condemn all the black-on-black violence and the open violence and destruction associated with the riots in our streets.” Do you have the integrity and personal fortitude to post that exact statement?

      Here’s the one I just posted.

      Send us the link to your equivalent post.

      2. The second public posting link you provided contains nothing that I can see that condemns the violence; why did you share that link?

      3. This statement “I’ve been advocating heavily for initiatives against gun violence for many years (working with Gloria Reyes and others). So have others you list.”

      Simply put, a community leaders “advocating heavily for initiatives against gun violence” is a very good thing (depending on what exactly is being advocated) but it’s NOT a public statement from that community leader actually condemning the violence. If you, and these other community leaders, actually think that these two entirely different kind of public actions are equivalent then I weep for your community and the surrounding communities that these things also indirectly affect.

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      • Well it’s been nearly a day and a half, I went to Greg Gelembiuk’s Facebook profile and he still hasn’t posted the message that I challenged him to post above.

        In your opinion, does that mean that Greg Gelembiuk is a Rhetorical Coward or should he be given the benefit of the doubt that he hasn’t read the challenge?

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  16. dad29 says:

    Even the girly-man Mayor of Wauwatosa has issued a Strongly Worded Letter warning the usual suspects that demonstrations must be peaceful and NOT on private property, or arrests will follow immediately.

    Maybe that demonstration at HIS home gave him a clue, even though the attempted murder of one of his cops did not.

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  17. Sheppy says:

    This is so sad for that little girls family and friends, we’ve all heard it before that a parent should never have to bury one of their kids and it’s true. That being said, what kind of parent let’s their 11 year old ride in the car, with a known to the family person, that is likely a gangbanger? What are the odds that this allegedly targeted shooting was a retaliation to the Garner Park celebration of life shooting a week or so ago?

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  18. jimydandy says:

    Can’t wait for the shoot out sure to occur at the celebration of life ceremony for this poor girl. Why hasn’t the targeted “driver” beez identified yet?

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