Candace Owens slams George Floyd, Jacob Blake, Daunte Wright and Ma'Khia Bryant in fiery tweet

CANDACE Owens has hammered George Floyd, Jacob Blake, Daunte Wright and Ma'Khia Bryant in a fiery tweet.

The controversial pundit was accused of "attention seeking" afterannouncing that she wanted to speak to their 'victims'.

Owens tweeted on Saturday: "Wish I could score an interview with the woman George Floyd robbed at gunpoint, or the one Jacob Blake [allegedly assaulted], or the one [Daunte] Wright physically assaulted and robbed, or the one Ma’Khia Bryant tried to butcher…

"Anyone got a contact?"

While many of her followers applauded her explosive comments, others told her off for criticizing people who had been killed by cops or – in the case of Blake – left paralyzed.

One person tweeted back: "Why, because you want to ask them if they think they deserved to die?"

"Candace, we know you don’t actually care about them!" replied another.

One of Owens' followers asked: "Is your point that they deserved their fate? If and when you're successful could you reach out to the friends and family of the people whom you feel did not deserve the same."

And another tweeted: "Attention seeking this early, Candice?"

One person added: "We need to hear their voices also."

Meanwhile, another follower tweeted: "I feel very bad for Ma’Khia.

"Police did that they had to do, but it’s showing these people’s families and villages have failed them.

"Foster kids are emotionally behind about two years and I just feel that she felt a knife was the answer and the adults there failed to control things."

Ma'Khia, 16, was shot dead by police in Columbus, Ohio, last Tuesday during an apparent knife fight sparked by a row over an unmade bed at her foster home.

On April 21 Owens shockingly branded the teen a "knife-wielding maniac" – and hailed the cop who shot her dead a "hero".

In regards to her ridiculing George Floyd, one person responded via Twitter: "Candace I understand and agree with what you general say but let the man Floyd rest bro. Please! [sic]"

Daunte Wright was shot and killed by senior Brooklyn Center police officer Kimberly Potter in Minnesota on April 11, 2021, during a routine traffic stop.

She allegedly shot Wright, 20, after reportedly mistaking her gun for a taser.

The young black man died just ten miles from where George Floyd was killed last summer, leading to an outpouring of anger from the community.

A US jury has now found a white ex cop guilty of murder for Floyd's death on a Minneapolis street.

Derek Chauvin, 45, was filmed kneeling on the man's neck for more than nine minutes during his arrest last May.

Chauvin was found guilty on three charges: second-degree murder, third-degree murder and manslaughter. Sentencing will take place in June.

Cop shooting victim Jacob Blake said he told his kids ‘Daddy loves you’ moments after being shot seven times in the back by police officers.

Three of the 29-year-old's kids witnessed the shooting in August in Wisconsin which has left him partially paralysed.

Wheelchair-bound Blake told Good Morning America about the shooting which came after cops responded to a domestic dispute.

Officers had been called to an address after a woman reported that her boyfriend was present and was not supposed to be on the premises.

Cops tried to arrest Blake, initially using a taser. When Blake opened the door to his SUV and was leaning in, a police officer shot him seven times in the back.

The Associated Press reported that social media posts claiming that Blake faced child rape charges "are unfounded".

In a fact check, the news agency added: "No charges for sexual assault of a child have surfaced against Blake.

"Social media posts with these claims are shared without evidence."

On April 22, Owens said after the high profile shootings that kids – not cops -"need more training" as she asked "how hard is it to raise a child that doesn't kill others?"

"'Cops need more training'. No— your children do. How hard is it to raise a child that doesn’t attempt to butcher other human beings to death?

"I'm sick of the degeneracy," she slammed in the scathing tweet.

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