TWITTER Officially Sided With Anti-Cop ‘RACIAL JUSTICE’ Movement=> Before 5 Cops Gunned Down in Cold Blood

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Twitter’s official accounted posted a message of support Thursday night for the anti-cop ‘racial justice’ movement, mentioning the names of two Black men whose death at the hands of police officers this week sparked nationwide protests that culminated in the massacre of Dallas police officers.

“These tragedies must lead to action. We join the voices demanding racial justice now. #AltonSterling #PhilandoCastile”

The tweet by Twitter official was posted at 8:50 p.m. CDT Thursday, just a few minutes before the massacre of Dallas police officers began.

Shots fired was first reported at 8:59 p.m. CDT.

At 9:04 p.m. CDT screen shots were posted to Twitter by a user of wounded police officers.

Reports and comments about the Dallas police massacre have dominated Twitter since then.

Yet Twitter official had posted nothing in sympathy for the fallen officers since it posted about the anti-cop ‘racial justice’ movement. Not one word about the dozen Dallas police and transit officers being shot down in cold blood by snipers leaving five officers killed.

UPDATE: Twitter posted an advertisement Friday afternoon promoting its ‘Moments’ coverage of the Dallas attack but still no word of sympathy for the officers killed and wounded.

“The tragic situation is still evolving in #Dallas. Tap “Follow” on this Moment for updated info in your timeline.”

“Dallas mass shooting is the deadliest attack on law enforcement since 9/11 http://dailym.ai/29UpgCo “

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