Jamiel Shaw Sr. lost his son to an illegal immigrant in a shooting and addressed the media’s bias in its reporting of the incident at President Donald Trump’s joint address to Congress on Tuesday.
Speaking on the anniversary of his son’s death, Shaw focused on how the mainstream media ignores reporting on these crimes by illegal aliens and the families of the victims.
Trump invited Shaw to speak before Congress as a guest, where he gave his heartfelt speech about the media’s bias and Democrats’ shunning of Trump:
“In L.A., they won’t even mention when they commit crimes. They shut me down. All the newspapers won’t report on anything I do. They don’t want people to know that there’s people fighting for justice. Everybody’s not an illegal alien lover.
It hurt my feelings … especially when you have the Black Caucasus. They say they stand up for black people. But here is a black kid who wasn’t bothering anybody, no criminal history. They accuse me of starting a race riot, accuse me of being a racist. I’m a sellout, stuff like that. I’m fighting for my son. I’m pissed off. We had plans.”
Shaw’s son was receiving admission offers from universities such as Stanford and Rutgers when he was shot and killed. The illegal immigrant who took Shaw’s son’s life was facing his third gun charge at the time.
H/T: Daily Caller
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