Black man in MAGA hat

Image: If white people dressed like this, it’d be ridiculous.

At least some black Americans can see thru the fake BLM movement:

Video of a group of black conservatives has gone viral, with them vowing support for President Trump and urging that others need to wake up to the duplicity of the black lives matter movement.

“It has nothing to do with advancing the lives of black people,” he continued, adding “Their main goal is to break up the patriarchal, like nuclear family. They want the men removed out of the family, which is what Democrats want also.”

“If BLM really cared about black lives, why would it be solely isolated to incidents where a black life is taken at the hands of a white cop?” the guy continued, noting “That happens less than one percent.”

In a perhaps related phenomanon, black support for Trump has more than doubled since 2016:

Two new polls show that President Trump has more than doubled his support amongst African-Americans, from 8 per cent in 2016 to 19 per cent today, despite five straight years of the media denouncing him as a racist.

“That both Emerson and Democracy Institute show 19% Black support for Trump confirms that Trump could be headed to significant support here. Trump received 8% of the Black vote in 2016,” tweeted PollWatch.

So much for the claim, continually repeated in the press without evidence, that Trump is fanning the flames of racism. Presumably his support would drop among blacks if they felt that way.

Jesse Jackson

Image: Jesse Jackson, who is worth $9 million, makes his money actually “fanning the flames of racism” in America. He, and the press, call this “civil rights.” Trump, on the other hand, made his fortune developing real estate.

The facts about George Floyd and BLM

Now, if only we could get white people to wake up and stop being the willing dupes of BLM moral entrepreneurs. The duplicity of BLM is obvious even without considering these points:

Like the Black Lives Matter movement itself, it is amazing that Floyd’s life – given his underlying health conditions and chronic criminal behavior – lasted as long as it did.

Even if Floyd had been murdered in broad daylight, on his way to church, by white officers sporting swastika armbands and white hoods and shouting “nigger!” while swinging crowbars, the fact remains that no evidence of systemic or widespread bias in policing exists. (Hint: incidents, even sensationalized ones, are not statistics.) It therefore also remains clear that BLM is not about “justice,” but about advancing a political movement that has little or nothing to do with so-called “racial justice.” The founders themselves have admitted this, and their tactics, propaganda, and constant lies demonstrate it.

Tweet that claims black people cannot be racist against white people.  Racism is a position of the oppressor who has the power.

In other words, BLM is about power.

Even some black people, who have been lied to all their lives by American schoolteachers about “oppression” and the mythical “systemic racism," and who are encouraged to ascribe their personal failures and disappointments to external or societal causes, can now see through this sham.

So, my dear white Social Justice Warriors: why can’t you?

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