Democrat Megadonor Convicted Of Exchanging Meth For Sex In Fatal Overdose Cases
Last year, we reported on Democrat megadonor Ed Buck and so-called “champion for lesbian, gay and bisexual, and transgender rights.”
Buck was arrested back in September of 2019 on an accusation related to providing methamphetamines to someone who died of a drug overdose. Since then, several other charges have been added, including soliciting men to travel across state lines to engage in prostitution.
This week, Buck was convicted of causing two deaths of black men by injecting them with meth.
The two meth-related charges alone carry a minimum sentence of 20 years in prison, which would likely mean the 66-year-old Buck will spend the rest of his life behind bars.
The men involved in the conviction were Gemmel Moore, 26, who died in July 2017, and Timothy Dean, 55, who died in January 2019.
“In a gruesome case of an older white man using his power and money to exploit the poverty and drug addiction of younger Black men, the jury found Buck guilty of every charge in a nine-count indictment,” reported The Los Angeles Times. “Among them were maintaining a drug den, distribution of methamphetamine and enticement to cross state lines to engage in prostitution.”
Why did they have to make it a race thing? If we keep talking like this, nothing is going to change. Do they think that people are going to think to themselves, “Oh wow. They keep saying it so it must be true. I better check my white privilege.”? No! Of course they’re not. People are getting fed up with being called racist and white privileged and oppressors and so many other worse things.
Instead, all this does is cause more division and strife. If we’re really going to do something about the racial tension in this country, we’ve got to get away from this mentality of blaming people for something they didn’t do and judging them based on something they didn’t do.