CBS’s woke court docket drama All Rise has spent all season pushing BLM propaganda. One lie that Black Lives Matter promotes is the parable that America’s first police departments have been created to seize fugitive slaves. The chief of Black Lives Matter of Greater New York even stated on Fox Information that the primary police departments have been used as “slave patrols.” A method that leftism makes an attempt to destroy American establishments is by mendacity about their founding. 

BLM’s declare is demonstrably false. The first pre-Civil War police departments have been created in Boston, New York and Philadelphia and their creation had nothing to do with capturing runaway slaves. However details by no means stopped Hollywood from selling BLM myths.

All Rise’s season premiere in November opened with an episode during which an unarmed black teenage protester was wrongfully held at gunpoint by a white police officer. She was then saved by lead character Decide Lola Carmichael (Simone Missick).

On this week’s episode, ‘Nearly the Meteor,’ on January 25, Lola chats over zoom with {the teenager} she saved, Dionn (Shannyn Covington). Throughout their name, Dionn repeats the fugitive slave lie and Lola praises her.

Dionn: Thanks for saving me.

Lola: You are welcome. 

Dionn: You recognize, you are form of a badass. 

Lola: You are one to speak. What occurred? 

Dionn: By the point I used to be launched, you have been gone. I saved asking, am I free to go? And once they stated sure, I ran, did not notice I had left my bag. 

Lola: I will ship it to you.

Dionn: Thanks. 

Lola: So…why have been you out protesting? 

Dionn: Oh, simply to deliver consideration to an oppressive establishment with roots in fugitive slave seize. 

Lola: Wow. You’re a good younger girl. There are many people who share that critique however ignore the decision.

Dionn: Nicely, I determine nobody else is gonna repair it for me. 

It isn’t “good” to repeat a false narrative with out doing the historic analysis, particularly one that may be so simply disproven. Is it actually so laborious to just accept that legislation enforcement grew out of the pure want for defense in cities? Whereas its function was certainly abused in slave-holding states, that doesn’t give Hollywood the suitable to smear the roots of your entire establishment. 

It’s, in reality, the shortcoming of legislation enforcement to do its job because the rise of BLM that has confirmed to be really oppressive for some black communities as they witness surprising rises in crime, particularly homicide, making their neighborhoods unlivable. Sadly, it’s that very actual and tragic narrative that you’ll by no means hear about on exhibits like All Rise.