Black Lives Matter “Activists” THROW TANTRUM Over Coverage Of Nice Terror Attack – Want ALL The ATTENTION For “Civil War Against Whites”
Perhaps it should not be surprising that people who advocate the murder of law enforcement officers are incapable of feeling empathy, sympathy or humanity for anyone outside their small, angry group.
But only hours after at Islamic terror attack struck at the heart of France on its national holiday, as a Muslim drove a truck through a crowd deliberately swerving to hit families leaving a fireworks display celebrating Bastille Day, Black Lives Matter pouted that the spotlight was no longer focused on them.
Police stopped the driver, but not before 84 were killed, including ten children, and another 200 injured.
Grisly and heartbreaking scenes of broken bodies, bloody pavement, dolls and overturned strollers sickened television viewers worldwide as the attack played out in Nice, France, but they apparently failed to touch the hearts of Black Lives Matter members who thought only of themselves.
BLM protesters cannot hide from video showing them marching in American streets chanting in unison, “What do we want? Dead cops! When do we want them? Now!” or the equally disgusting, “Pigs in a blanket – fry ‘em like bacon.”
But nothing could have prepared Twitter users from finding out just how cold and callous the Black Live Matters group can be.
Pouting and childish, they tweeted their anger that the horror in Nice had shifted focus “on white lives instead.”
Some of the more inhuman tweets reveal just how self-absorbed the group really is.
“Ok I’ve come to the conclusion that what happened in Nice was to make people lose attention off [sic] #BlackLivesMatter and focus and unite against us.”
“Don’t #PrayForNice we are fighting a civil war against whites.”
“It’s sad to see all these people saying Pray for Nice, France but you guys can’t even say Black Lives Matter.”
At least one of them acknowledged the French attack, though still upset that it was upstaging the BLM movement.
“As sad as it is to hear about France I’m even more sad [sic] that now the media will push #BlackLivesMatter even further back in the que [sic].”