To the Left, only some black lives matter: Weather Underground terrorist and convicted cop killer Kathy Boudin recently signed her name to a “black lives matter” mini-manifesto on the website of the Columbia University School of Social Work, where she is an adjunct professor. That wouldn’t necessarily be newsworthy except for the fact that Boudin was convicted of murdering a black police officer when her radical leftist comrades robbed an armed truck in 1981. She served 22 years in prison for murdering Waverly Brown of Nyack, N.Y.—his village’s first African-American patrolman—along with another police officer, and a security guard. The Columbia School of Social Work, long a hotbed of radical activism, has received grants from left-wing philanthropies including the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Another person has been convicted of voter fraud, the crime the Left says is a figment of conservatives’ imagination. A jury convicted 49-year-old Lesa Coleman in seven cases of felony absentee ballot fraud in connection with a local government election in Dothan, Alabama. The election was decided by just 14 votes, good government group True the Vote reports. Another individual in the case already entered guilty pleas to eight counts of absentee ballot fraud. A woman who has yet to stand trial is charged with 44 counts of absentee ballot fraud.