‘“Somebody literally walked up to him&put a gun to the back of his head &shot him&we don’t know why,” said Smith— Spotted Toad (@toad_spotted) June 25, 2020
Someone walking their dog found him bleeding around 11:15. He had been shot once. Neighbors said the shooting happened in front of a bus stop’https://t.co/GSCSQSjXWy
So saying “all lives matter” is racist because it takes emphasis off the victims, but if the victims are white then well look at these other victims? pic.twitter.com/EIrqZJRddl— Fact Checking Fellow (@somefellow6) June 25, 2020
white student gets murdered at Berkeley and the school chancellor brings up George Floyd https://t.co/VupBkIQvvc— Scott Greer (@ScottMGreer) June 25, 2020
Wow, just wow.
So woke that even murdering White people doesn’t bother you anymore.
“BERKELEY, Calif. – The family of a Cal student is searching for answers after learning he had been shot and killed. 19-year-old Seth Smith was set to graduate from U.C. Berkeley next year. He was found lying on the ground not from his apartment with a gunshot wound after going for a walk last Monday.
Loved ones of Smith describe the Sacramento-area native as brilliant and smart. He started Berkeley as a sophomore double majoring in history and economics. He had dreams to further his studies at London School of Economics. …
“Somebody literally walked up to him and put a gun to the back of his head and shot him and we don’t know why,” said Smith.
Someone walking their dog found him bleeding around 11:15 p.m. He had been shot once. Neighbors said the shooting happened in front of a bus stop …”
“Some of you are aware of the tragic death earlier this week of third-year UC Berkeley student Seth Smith. Seth was walking near his off-campus apartment on Dwight Way on Monday evening when he was shot and fatally wounded.
Seth was 19 years old, majoring in economics, and was due to graduate in spring 2021. He came to UC Berkeley from Clarksburg, CA. …
We realize this is a difficult time for those of you who knew Seth. It is important to know that individuals may express their grief differently and we need to respect the different ways people react and support each other in the days and weeks ahead. Many of you may have had a close relationship with Seth and are feeling a sense of loss and disbelief. Others, like many of us, are experiencing stress, grief and anxiety related to the coronavirus pandemic and the recent murders of George Floyd, Riah Milton, and other Black Americans.”
George Floyd and Riah Milton have nothing to do with Berkeley. Seth Smith was a student at the university, but his death is officially irrelevant to the chancellor because he wasn’t black. Did Seth Smith get what he deserves for being born a privileged White racist?