More BLM chickens coming home to roost?

Bob Owens notes signs that Black Lives Matter might be a tad culpable for targeted police attacks

The parents of two teens arrested in a sniper attack on Columbia, (PA) police are blaming Black Lives Matter for goading people like their dim-witted sons into a war on police.

The parents of two boys who are behind bars after they opened fire on a group of police officers have blamed blaming Black Lives Matter for the teenagers’ actions.

Marquell Rentas, 17, and and his cousin Trenton Nace, 18, were arrested on Friday after officers in the borough of Columbia, Pennsylvania came under fire for 45 minutes when they responded to an emergency call from someone who said that had heard gunshots.

No officers were shot or injured in the attack.

Police were able to eventually gain access to the house and arrest the teenagers, with court papers claiming that Marquell told the men: ‘I’m the one who did it, I’m the one who shot. My cousin didn’t do it.’

He later said while being loaded into a police cruiser: ‘I ain’t no p***y, I was shooting at you. F*** you, police.’

Now, Marquell’s mother and Trenton’s father are both saying in separate interviews that this is the fault of a movement that they claim wants people to  hurt law enforcement officials.

‘They are in jail for doing what Black Lives Matter wanted them to do: shoot at cops,’ said Marquell’s mother Luz Rentas and Trenton’s father Roberto Rentas in a joint statement.

‘The truth is that these are two punk kids following the orders of an irresponsible organization and now they’re gonna pay for it.’

Things that make you go hmmmmmmmmmmmm

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