The Black Lives Matter movement has received a lot of justified heat over the past few days from the black communities in Louisiana for being completely absent and too preoccupied with other things to come help the black flood victims. Well after hearing the cries for help the Black Lives Matter movement finally came to Baton Rouge, but it wasn’t to help feed or house the recently homeless, they came to protest ‘unlawful’ arrests on “behalf” of the black residents of Louisiana.

The BLM protesters weren’t quite met with the reaction that they expected. It would seem the black flood victims saw right through the lies and had had quite enough of the hypocritical movement.

For every one criminal offender that the Black Lives Matter chooses to rally behind and attempt to create violence and outrage across the country there are thousands of other blacks who are actually in need of help and are completely ignored by the Black Lives Matter movement.

After thousands were left homeless and 13 people lost their lives in the catastrophic flooding in Louisiana Black Lives Matter didn’t utter a single peep. When the black residents affected by the flood called them out for their hypocritical behavior they became even more silent.

Now they’ve finally chosen to show their faces in Baton Rouge, but rather than helping the flood victims they have done what they do best attack the police and make things harder for an already struggling city.

The BLM activists have come out saying that they will be suing Baton Rouge police and protesting against ‘unlawful’ arrests in the broken and battered city, only making jobs of the police and other aid workers and volunteers, who are actually trying to help the flood victims, harder.

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This was the final straw. The black flood victims of Baton Rouge couldn’t take it anymore and came after the BLM as soon as they made their announcement. They have hit the BLM for the blatant fraudulence and duplicity and are making sure that the BLM understands that they are not welcome back in Baton Rouge.

One resident Manolo Espinal had this to say, “This is the most you have done after you [came] and raised hell and stirred up [a] mess… Where are the donations from your organization?”He went on to say, “[B]oats to rescue people? Food for the hungry? Where are the marches and protests for the homeless and those who lost everything?”

“What is BLM doing for Louisiana? Y’all are good at getting together to protest, well why haven’t y’all gotten together to help out? I guess BLM only when convenient,” added Charlene Realegeno-Molina.

"You want to know why they aren’t in Louisiana? It’s because that’s not part of their concept," read one Facebook post from Glory Ford.

"I guess black lives only really matter to those activists when they’ve been taken by cops, not when they’ve been saved by cops. Which is happening every single day down here," added one Louisiana resident. "White people and black people, including Baton Rouge police officers (half of whom lost their homes), working together to save white people and black people and all kinds of people."

The criticism of the joke of a group is overwhelming and yet there are still some too ignorant or too blind to see the truth behind this group and insist on defending them still. They have asked what helping flood victims "has to do with an organization whose goal is to stop police abuse?"

Unfortunately for the BLM movement American Conservative’s Rod Dreher was able to tear this half hearted attempt at a defense into pieces. All he had to do was remind them of the list of demands that the BLM has come out with that have nothing to do with police violence such as as voting rights for illegal migrants, ending private and charter schools, and divestiture from fossil fuels.

And what about the name of the movement itself "Black Lives Matter?" Well apparently this movement has a very loose grasp of their own identity not to mention reality.

"I guess black lives only really matter to those activists when they’ve been taken by cops, not when they’ve been saved by cops. Which is happening every single day down here," responded Dreher, who is a Louisiana resident himself. "White people and black people, including Baton Rouge police officers (half of whom lost their homes), working together to save white people and black people and all kinds of people."

While Black Lives Matter protestors continue to wage war on police and make the job of the Baton Rouge police even harder in an already difficult time of crisis, the Baton Rouge, many of which have lost their homes as well continue to work hard to save the black flood victims who have been totally ignored by the members of the BLM.

Unfortunately these entitled Black Lives Matter thugs will just keep on protesting and trying to stop the police as they march past their fellow black citizens struggling to piece their life back together. It's clear to these victims who they can count on to be there for them when things are at the worst. It's not the BLM it's the police.

Source: Mad World News

 

 

 

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