BLM Supporters Celebrate After Mob Murders White Mother, Then Taunt Her Family on Facebook


After unidentified members of a Black Lives Matter mob murdered a 24-year-old white woman in Indianapolis, Indiana for allegedly saying “all lives matter,” supporters swarmed the young mother’s Facebook page to celebrate her murder and taunt her loved ones.

According to Jose Ramirez, the fiance of murder victim Jessica Doty Whitaker, while the two hung out around a local canal with a pair of friends, they got into an argument with a group of strangers, who later began chanting “black lives matter.” A member of Whitaker’s group, though Ramirez tells FOX 59 it is not clear who, replied with “all lives matter.”

The two sides separated, but on their way out of the area, Whitaker and Ramirez were ambushed.

“’It was squashed and they went up the hill and left we thought, but they were sitting on St. Clair waiting for us to come under the bridge and that’s when she got shot,’” said the victim’s fiancé Jose Ramirez.

Jose admits he returned fire, but didn’t hit anyone.”

Following reports of Whitaker’s murder, Black Lives Matter supporters took to her Facebook page to celebrate, and to taunt her grieving friends and family members.

“Black lives matter the rest of you are next,” wrote a Facebook user named Yemerzon Dovah Romero on Whitaker’s page.

“Maybe she should’ve thought about her son before she opened her racist f*cking mouth,” user Brian Matthew wrote in response to a comment expressing grief for Whitaker’s 3-year-old son.

Tragically, Whitaker is among a growing number of Americans to have been murdered by Black Lives Matter mobs and supporters, who killed more Americans in one week of rioting than the police did unarmed blacks in all of 2019.

Just days before Whitaker was murdered, an 8-year-old girl, Secoriea Turner, was shot to death in her family’s vehicle by a Black Lives Matter mob in Atlanta. During riots in St. Louis, Missouri last month, David Dorn, a 77-year-old retired St. Louis Police Captain, was shot dead on a city sidewalk by Black Lives Matter looters.