As street violence spikes in big cities across America run by Democrats, as parents grieve the loss of their children in the street gang wars, two things become terribly clear: BLM isn’t a movement as much as it is a political and fundraising arm, founded by neo-Marxists and currently aligned with the Democratic Party. BLM sees no percentage in pressuring big-city mayors to stop street violence. Its outrage is select and reserved for white police officers who kill unarmed Black men.
But it’s the second thing that hardly gets attention from media that skews left, and from Democratic Party politicians: Those young, white and woke BLM supporters who filled the streets, masked, chanting and angry, in legitimate protests over the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd by a white police officer, aren’t venting much public organized outrage over Black children being slaughtered.
[…]They don’t live in neighborhoods where car doors open and guns come out and children are killed almost every day. And so from them, we hear nothing but summer crickets. Then the bullets start flying again, in cities across America, in Chicago, Atlanta, New York and Milwaukee and elsewhere, and babies are cut down. In Chicago, there were some 90 people shot over the Fourth of July weekend, including 7-year-old Natalia Wallace, who was killed when armed hitters jumped from a car and began spraying gunfire into a crowd.
Black lives don’t matter to black thugs who are responsible for over 90% of black American homicides — most recently 2 young black children — 7-year-old Natalia Wallace and 3-year-old Mekhi James. What do you here from BLM Inc.? Crickets.
Writes John Kass, on “When Black children are killed, where’s the outrage?” Columbus Dispatch (13 July 2020):