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Who was the first American casualty of the American Revolution?

 
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Who was the first American casualty of the American Revolution?
I was reading a biography of John Hancock and ran across a passage about the start of the American Revolution. Kind of unsettling to find out who took the first bullets that the British fired. I wonder if Black Lives Matter would know the answer to that question?

Plus, while reading this biography I realized how the Revolution started. Americans were tired of the oppressiveness of the British crown over their lives.


Will God loving, Constitution abiding citizens get tired of the onerous burdens being placed upon them by their Government? When the time comes, a second American Revolution will happen and when it does, woe be the lazy folks relying upon those citizens for their next meal. I don't think the left in Washington realizes what it is concocting towards the spirit of the Conservatives. The pot is boiling and a lone figure will finally rise up and begin the march against tyranny. That person will meet an awful fate, but it will spark a wave of retribution against the forces keeping Americans down.

So, I again ask, Who was the first American casualty of the American Revolution?
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The first man killed in the Revolution was black. Crispus Attucks, Patriot, killed in the Boston Massacre for speaking out against British tyranny and slavery.
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I was reading a biography of John Hancock and ran across a passage about the start of the American Revolution. Kind of unsettling to find out who took the first bullets that the British fired. I wonder if Black Lives Matter would know the answer to that question?

Plus, while reading this biography I realized how the Revolution started. Americans were tired of the oppressiveness of the British crown over their lives.


Will God loving, Constitution abiding citizens get tired of the onerous burdens being placed upon them by their Government? When the time comes, a second American Revolution will happen and when it does, woe be the lazy folks relying upon those citizens for their next meal. I don't think the left in Washington realizes what it is concocting towards the spirit of the Conservatives. The pot is boiling and a lone figure will finally rise up and begin the march against tyranny. That person will meet an awful fate, but it will spark a wave of retribution against the forces keeping Americans down.

So, I again ask, Who was the first American casualty of the American Revolution?
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The first man killed in the Revolution was black. Crispus Attucks, Patriot, killed in the Boston Massacre for speaking out against British tyranny and slavery.
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Re: Who was the first American casualty of the American Revolution?
Crispus Attucks, a Mullatto, died as he wielded a club towards a line of Red Coats. He took a few steps and somebody yelled "fire" and the line of Red Coats thought they heard their Captain yell the order. Two balls hit Crispus in the chest and he died.


I wonder why BLM does not put him up on a pedestal like they do Malcom X, Barry, or other modern black rabble-rousers. A black man who saw tyranny for what it was and decided to fight back. Crispus Attucks needs a memorial for his service towards this country. We do not need anymore BLM or Liberal twists of history.


A teacher I was chatting with in my local Walmart said that history is not being taught in high schools any more. What she did say, also, was that if any history is taught, then it begins in the 1890's because that is when the Communist party began its take over of our schools systems. They do no want to teach about the greatness of this country or how it was founded. (But I bet those minds full of mush could recite every single lyric from the latest rapper.)


We need to get back to learning about our founding fathers and what they did in order to push back against the British. If we follow their footfalls, then we should be able to take our country back from the Communists, Liberals, and crazy fools that have infiltrated our halls of governance.





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