A black woman was pulled over by police in a traffic stop in Baton Rouge. No, there was no shooting, and no, the woman didn’t insult the officer. Instead, they shared something special.
A picture circulating on the Internet shows the woman and the police officer standing outside the woman’s vehicle. They are holding hands and praying.
The woman, Kim L. Muyaka posted the pic and this on Facebook: “When God say move!” the caption read. “God is not the Author of confusion ..All I felt when I touch and agreed with him is fear he was shaking but y’all…Violence is not the answer…Bible say pray w/o Ceasing I pray that God will cover this Police Officer .::and use his hands not to hurt or harm but to protect the citizens!”
Conservative Tribune reports:
Some Baton Rouge, Louisiana, police officers, whom “Black Lives Matter” activists have been accusing of being racist ever since Alton Sterling was fatally shot last week, have been seen taking time out of their day to do something very special with their constituents.
In particular, one Baton Rouge cop was seen in a picture holding local resident Kim L. Muyaka’s hands and praying with her.
Posted to Muyaka’s Facebook after she was pulled over for a traffic stop, the amazing photo featured an equally incredible caption.