Thank You Don Lemon For Admitting The Truth About Black Lives Matter

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All black lives don’t matter; not to the Marxist hate group commonly referred to as Black Lives Matter. That much has been obvious to those of us who’ve avoided burying our heads in the sand when it comes to race-related issues. The BLM movement only cares about the lives of so-called blacks it can politically exploit to its ultimate goal; which is the overthrow of the societal status quo through chaos, so that a new status quo can be established.

Those who have closed their eyes to BLM’s true purpose have argued that the group’s mandate is not racist, and that the tag Black Lives Matter, is not racist, and does not mean any other lives don’t matter. However, they also confoundingly argue, that to say “All Lives Matter”, is racist.

While I don’t subscribe to the “All Lives Matter” saying; given I don’t think the lives of the worst criminals matter against the backdrop of the greater good; the statement clearly isn’t racist.

Last week, Terry Crews was trending on Twitter for tweeting  “We must ensure #blacklivesmatter doesn’t morph into #blacklivesbetter.” Needless to say, on the liberal safe space that is Twitter, the response to Crews was vicious. I’d say it was downright racist but as declared so eloquently by Marc Lamont Hill, who also believes men can give birth to babies; blacks are institutionally incapable of being racist.

I’ll leave it there.

It was against the Crews tweet backdrop, that the President Trump dubbed “dumbest man on television”, Don Lemon, invited Crews onto his show last night to discuss what BLM is really about.

This was perfect, as Lemon can be said to represent the views of many of the above-mentioned buried heads, particularly as it pertains to BLM.

During one of his many rude interjections of Crews, Lemon told us all about America’s most popular race-baiting hate group. “The Black Lives Matter movement was started because it was talking about police brutality. If you want an ‘All Black Lives Matter’ movement that talks about gun violence in communities including, you know black communities; then start that movement with that name, but that’s not what Black Lives Matter is about.”

Was that clear? The BLM movement is not about all black lives; definitely not those that are taken by blacks in the inner city by the thousands each year. Nope. It’s about the handful of blacks, the vast majority of whom are criminals; who are killed by police officers every year. According to Don Lemon, that tiny handful of mostly criminal lives, is far more important than the thousands, including hundreds of children, who are killed by stray bullets, drive by shootings, gang bangers and drug dealers.

To clear things up even further, Don Lemon added that “the Black Lives Matter movement is about police brutality and injustice in that manner, not about what’s happening in black neighbourhoods. There are people who are working on that issue and if you want to start that issue, why don’t you start it? Do you understand what I’m saying?”

I understand perfectly Don Lemon. You’re trying to guilt Crews into starting a movement to defend the black lives taken by other blacks in the inner cities and elsewhere. I also noticed that you didn’t volunteer for the job, because like BLM, your concern isn’t black lives taken by other blacks, which again, number in the thousands each year. They simply don’t fit the narrative you and your backers at CNN have painted over these many years.

But one of the many puzzling things about Don Lemon’s BLM summation; (as he rightly says the movement is not concerned with black on black crime, only with so-called police brutality); is it’s name choice. Since the organisation is all about the mostly criminal “black” lives taken by police officers; then why is the group named Black Lives Matter? That’s giving off a false impression isn’t it? Shouldn’t the group be called Police Brutality Matters, or something?

Besides, I thought the argument was Black Lives Matter doesn’t mean all lives don’t matter, not Black Lives Matter doesn’t mean All Black Lives Matter? Ponder that.

Despite it’s authenticity, Lemon’s outlining of the true purpose of BLM, is chalk full of holes. Terry Crews clearly noticed this and took full advantage. “But when you look at the organisation,” he said to Lemon, “police brutality is not the only thing they’re talking about.”

Lemon’s response is priceless as he goes on to contradict every thing he had spent over a minute arguing. “I know that. I agree. But that’s not what the Black Lives Matter movement is about Terry.”

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