NAACP FUMING OVER “I CAN’T BREATHE” SIGN FOR DELBERT ‘SHORTY’ BELTON!

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The NAACP is mad, ladies and gentlemen. Really mad. Why? Because a restaurant in Spokane decided to use the “I Can’t Breath” phrase to honor an actual victim, not a criminal.

Cue the Spokesman-Review for a little background information:

Annie Pennington started waiting tables as a teenager, and remembers serving Delbert Belton, a friend of her father’s.

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Belton, a World War II veteran, was beaten to death in August 2013. One black teenager has pleaded guilty. Another will be tried in March.

Belton also was a regular customer at the Hillside Inn Restaurant, Pennington’s family-run diner on Nevada Street. So when Kenan Adams-Kinard pleaded guilty to murder, Pennington thought nothing of changing the sign outside her restaurant to read: “Shorty can’t breathe either.”

Pennington chose this phrase as a means to call out the light sentence issued to one of the killers. If you recall, killer Kenan Adams-Kinard pleaded guilty and thus received a relatively light 20-year sentence. This fact upset Pennington, as well as her restaurant’s frequent patrons.

Let us backtrack just a bit. Remember Eric Garner? While his death was a tragedy, he himself initiated it by breaking the law and then resisting arrest. This places him in stark contrast to Delbert Belton, who was a “selfless, helpless old man” who died because of the wicked actions of Kenan Adams-Kinard and his associate, Demetrius Glenn.
 Unfortunately, none of this matters to NAACP President Rachel Dolezal, who made the following statement to the Spokesman-Review:
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Even if the intention is not to be associated with that, using the same words implies an association. People will connect it to that issue.

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It’s just really sad, because it seems like it’s potentially a confusion of the intention behind the I Can’t Breathe movement.

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