• Call for justice for Breonna Taylor’s death goes viral again
  • The social media upheaval came after AG Cameron’s speech at NR Convention
  • The attorney general mentioned about Taylor whilst talking about equality
  • Netizens, immediately reacted, took their sentiments to Twitter
  • The investigation for Taylor’s case is ongoing
  • Meanwhile, more than 60 protesters were arrested in Louisville, KY amid justice for Breonna Taylor demonstration

The call for justice for Breonna Taylor’s death intensified on social media after Daniel Cameron, Attorney General of Kentucky, spoke at the Republican National Convention.

Taylor, once again, went viral on Twitter as netizens took their call for justice over her death to Twitter after Cameron mentioned the former medical technician in his opening speech, Tuesday, at the RNC in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Cameron reportedly quoted General Dwight Eisenhower’s definition of democracy — being the system that recognizes the equality of humans before the law. After which, he said that whether you were the family of Breonna Taylor or David Dorn, these were the ideals that would heal the nation’s wounds, WLKY news reported.

His speech caught the attention of many netizens, who took their sentiments over Taylor’s death on Twitter. One netizen said that it would be nice if Cameron took more effort in arresting the cops who killed Taylor than speaking at the convention.

Another netizen replied to the said tweet, saying it was “sickening to see Cameron selling his soul to Trump instead of getting Taylor’s family justice.”

Cameron, in the same speech, told US Vice President Joe Biden that he should not tell him how to vote because of his skin color. A netizen reacted to this statement and pointed out how he was silent about the officers who allegedly killed Taylor.

“@DanielCameronAG up until this week, your complicit silence was deafening,” the netizen said. “Now you want to loudly and publicly express disapproval/criticism for Biden?”

“Which is more than you expressed to/about the officers who blatantly lied with regard to #BreonnaTaylor?” he continued. “C’mon man, really?”

Many netizens said also expressed their concerns about the progress of Taylor’s case and called for immediate justice to be delivered.

Meanwhile, over 60 protesters had been reportedly arrested during the demonstration at Louisville, Kentucky for Taylor’s justice. They were charged with obstruction a roadway and disorderly conduct, Louisville Metro Police Department Interim Chief Robert Schroeder said during the news briefing on Tuesday afternoon, USA Today reported.

The said event was reportedly organized by Until Freedom. Taylor was reportedly shot several times by officers in her apartment on March 13 following a raid but no drugs were found in her house.