Karma is a wonderful thing. Isn’t it???
As the entitled leader of the Black Lives Matter movement in Houston was leaving graduate school this week, he was mugged at gunpoint just feet from his apartment near campus. Rather than inviting his “brother” in for a Coke and conversation about oppression, the victim of his own people cried to police about for help, but he got exactly what he deserved.
The University of Houston has seen an increase in crime lately, which has become a problem for the Black Lives Matters supporters and their leader who attend school there. Jerry Ford Jr. was nothing short of terrified when his safe space on campus couldn’t protect him from the fallacy of his own movement in a state where five police officers were executed while trying to do their job at one of his anti-cop protests.
When Jerry isn’t fighting social justice and complaining about inequality in the country, he’s enjoying the freedom of being able to get a higher education. After class on Wednesday, he couldn’t escape the ramifications of his own rhetoric when he was robbed by a black man who didn’t think Jerry’s life matters.
“The guy was standing right here just seemed like he was hanging out,” Jerry told KTRK . “I told him wassup. He asked me did I have a key to get in. I told him yeah I’m about to go upstairs.”
Jerry lives at the Vue apartments which have become a target recently by bad guys who BLM has empowered with their excuses for their criminal behavior. “I reach in right here to open the door and I turn back around and he has the gun right there in my face,” he explained.
The robber took off with Jerry’s wallet and his phone, but in true BLM form as one of the group’s leaders, he blamed the police. Jerry is the latest in a string of robberies in the area, most of which have been vehicle break-ins, which the now victim says keeps happening because police officers don’t patrol the area, but now he wants them to.
“It’s becoming a pattern. I hope they would take a bigger stance and put more security over here because you have a lot of people walking back and forth to class,” Jerry complained. After passing the blame onto police officers for what happened to him and has been going on with increased occurrence, he then made excuses for the man who mugged him since he feels it’s not his fault he’s acting out — it’s apparently his oppressed upbringing.
“I would’ve talked to him because the real crime is why is he in that position that he feels the need to come and hang out at a college campus and rob people of stuff they worked for,” he told the news station. However, Jerry got exactly what he deserved by saying it’s not the criminal’s fault for robbing him, but law enforcement for not protecting him from thugs. Officers have not offered to provide this man with more security, and they shouldn’t since he’s getting the karma he asked for.