In a viral video shared by Ryan Fournier, a Georgia State Trooper was asked if he would kneel by a protester.
His reply “I was supposed to be out of town this weekend with my wife. I took off today. This weekend. But i’m out here to make sure y’all safe. Don’t go there with respect, ok? But I only kneel before one person.”
The protester replies “and that’s god” and the trooper affirms “God.”
As the protesters continue and say “well what about?….”
But the trooper walks away.
What this man did is a far cry as to what some other officers are doing to appease the protesters.
Police Chief Michael Shaw, urged by chanting, joined the crowd laying face down on the pavement.
Webster Police Chief Michael Shaw “your message is heard loud and clear” pic.twitter.com/FNaPNnAFPJ
— Ashley Green (@agreenphotog) June 6, 2020