I'm sure you heard about #PhilandoCastile, which was a highly controversial case. However, you might not have heard about the #SylvilleSmith case. If you did, probably only briefly. In this case, an officer fatally shot Smith, a black man, multiple seconds after he dropped his gun. I watch ABC News because it seems to be very centrist, but in cases like Castile, the news makes a point to say it was a white officer killing a black person. When they were reporting this story, the officer's race was not said. Although I think that's how it should be, I thought it was weird for them to not say anything about the officer's race. I later found out that the officer was black. I'm wondering where #blm is on this issue because I've already brought more attention to it than anyone in #bluelivesmatter has or probably will be. Why are they not bringing it up? Because it wasn't a white officer who killed the Smith. @blklivesmatter uses clashing races to push their false narrative to fear all white police. It's not about black lives actually mattering. They could care less about that. They should be called #whitepolicedontmatter if they want their real ideas to be presented.