On July 5, 2020 Doty Whitaker of Indianapolis, 24 years old, was shot in the head and killed. Ms. Whitaker was the mother of a three year old child. She was killed by a supporter of BLM (Black Lives Matter) because she supported ALM (All Lives Matter). After the murder, BLM supporters posted statements on social media including “Good riddance to another racist” and “Black lives matter, the rest of you are next.” Dozens of other statements on social media are too repugnant to repeat here. Doty Whitaker died for the belief that every life is sacred. BLM rejects ALM. From BLM’s racist perspective, ALM is a divisive statement that perpetuates white supremacy and violence against Blacks. In fact, BLM has this to say about ALM: “All Lives Matter is specifically weaponized to silence the call for justice and equality.” Weaponized. Think about that word: Weaponize. The word’s actual meaning is to place or mount a weapon on a missile or other delivery system. It originated with the former Nazi rocket scientist Wernher von Braun in 1957 in reference to weaponizing missiles with nuclear bombs. But let’s give BLM a pass on using the word metaphorically. Proclaiming the sanctity of every human life, to support the right to life for every human being, regardless whether someone’s skin color is black, white, yellow, red, brown, blue, green, is a “weaponized” position from the perspective of BLM. That is a rather shocking perspective. That means our laws are weaponized. The law does not protect people based on their skin color. The law protects all people equally. But in BLM’s horribly skewed perspective, such laws are racially unjust specifically because they are colorblind. Taking BLM’s racist beliefs to their logical conclusion, all state and federal laws which prohibit the taking of any human life, regardless of skin color, are “weaponized” to silence the call for justice and equality. BLM is wrong. BLM is shamefully wrong. If I had to die for a belief, like Doty Whitaker did, I would certainly die for ALM over BLM.