Alton Sterling’s Son Breaks His Silence — and He Has a Message for Protesters!!!


This is not going to please the left elitist. After the five police officers in Dallas were ambushed and killed by a racist shooter in retaliation for the killing of two black men, one of the men Alton Sterling, his son Cameron Sterling has this to say.


From The Blaze:

First [Cameron Sterling] told CBS News that not all police officers are “bad,” adding that while “there are some that are bad, but all aren’t bad.” He also said that “all police shouldn’t be punished for other police’s crimes.”

And the five Dallas officers who lost their lives didn’t deserve to be gunned down “because nobody knew if they had kids to go home to,” Cameron Sterling added to the network. “Those kids need their parents.”

“What I want, what I ask if you truly love my father, I truly just want everyone to protest the right way — protesting in peace. Not in violence,” the teenager added. “Not beating the police. Not police beating the people. That makes no sense. That make things worse. You have to make things better by making peace.”

As Cameron Sterling’s mother, Quinyetta McMillon, addressed the public following Alton Sterling’s death, Cameron Sterling broke down.

“When I put my arm around her, it’s like somebody else’s hand touched me, like I had another hand laying on top of my hand,” he told CBS News of that moment. “And when I looked over … nobody else was touching me. And it was like at that moment I knew. My daddy here, he right on the side of her.”

“I really want everyone to know, everyone nationwide, everyone in this world, to know that Alton Sterling was a good man,” Cameron Sterling said. “No matter what anyone else has to say about him, truly in my heart, I know he was a good dad.”

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It is nice to see that this young man has the ability to see that his country needs to come together and not be pulled apart.



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  • BadInPublic

    Too bad the “good father” had done the same thing once before. Maybe if he’d learned his lesson after serving 2 years of a 5 year sentence he’d not have made the same mistake a second time. His second time caused the cops to shoot him.