Officers Edelmiro Garza, Jr, 45, and Ismael Chavez, 39, of the McAllen Police Department in Texas were both gunned down during an ambush responding to a domestic violence call. Chavez was a former teacher and football coach. His daughter Savannah posted several memories and tributes to her father on Twitter.
One particular post, Savannah posted on the day he was killed was incredibly heartwarming, however, as you’ll see below she had to delete it because of heartless “tolerant” liberals on the internet.
“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 💙.”
One user responded claiming that Savannah was using a “racist” hashtag by writing #bluelivesmatter.
“I am so sorry for your loss but you didn’t have to use a racist hashtag,” wrote that Twitter user, who later identified herself as a high school student, writing, “the fact that almost all these replies are by old bitter white ppl who have nothing else better to do but argue with a high schooler lmao i’m living in yalls minds rent free 💅🏽 anyway #JusticeforBreonnaTaylor.”
Another person wrote, “Blue lives matter was literally created in response to and to undermine black lives matter. There’s no other connotation unfortunately.”
Twitter users triggered over the hashtag continued, “i know the absolute pain of losing a parent. i was 11 when my dad died. it almost destroyed me. but #bluelivesmatter is bullsh*t because it’s a badge and a uniform. it can be taken off. becoming a cop is a CHOICE. all lives can’t matter until #blacklivesmatter.”
So much for the tolerant left.