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In less than 2-minutes Jerry L. Washington a young African-American male from flood ravaged Baton Rouge, Louisiana defines clearly the political agenda of “Black Lives Matter” with one simple and yet profound question; "Where are the Black Lives Matter and the Black Panthers?"

That question seemed to take on a life of its own when the Louisiana native posted a video on Facebook, and within a short time, the brief video clip went viral, with over 2.5 million views.

Washington wearing sunglasses and looking directly into the camera was asking what perhaps many African-Americans within the flood damaged community were thinking.

"Where are the Black Lives Matter and the Black Panthers?" Washington says in the video. "Because I ain’t seen one Black Panther boat or one Black Lives Matter boat. All I see is our own people from our own city saving us."

Washington continued his heartfelt monologue driving slowly through the flooded out community; “All the drama that was going on with the Alton Sterling killing, they came out with guns ready to go to war. But here we go, all these people flooded out and truly in need of help and we can’t find not one of them."

He continued his dressing down of the hate group;“If y’all out there, where ya at? Where ya boats? Where ya money? Where ya food? Where ya services at? … Black Lives Matter: Obviously we must [not] matter too much, because I ain’t seen y’all yet, when we really need ya.”

Perhaps Washington should also include President Obama, who’s apparently is much too busy vacationing, and Hillary who apparently is resting up somewhere; however that didn’t stop Trump from coming to support the people of Louisiana.

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