How long do we let this Black Lives Matter nonsense continue?
Many of these people run around, causing mayhem and destruction wherever they go.
And now they’re even stabbing innocent people!
A Colorado man has been charged with attempted murder and a hate crime for yelling “black lives matter” and then stabbing a white man who was walking on the street.
CBS reports on the breaking story:
Steve Sinclair, 30, is charged with attempted murder and a bias motivated crime after an attack in an Aurora apartment complex on Tuesday.
The victim, who is white, told police that Sinclair, who is Black, shouted “Black lives matter!” before stabbing him. The victim suffered serious injuries, including a collapsed lung.
A number of witnesses told police they saw Sinclair stabbing the victim, while the victim tried to run away.
According to the arrest affidavit, the first officer on the scene found Sinclair with blood on his hands and torso. The officer says Sinclair approached him saying, “Black lives matter,” and would not obey the officer’s orders. Sinclair also allegedly confessed, telling the officer, “I stabbed him, I’m a psychopath,” and “I’m the stabber.”
People like this should be put away behind bars for good.
They're crazy and the Black Lives Matter protests only feed into their delusions.
USA Today has the details on a story from just a few days ago, where white diners in DC were heckled by BLM protesters:
Video of Black Lives Matter protesters confronting diners at a Washington, D.C., restaurant went viral Tuesday night and drew backlash online.
The incident, captured by The Washington Post reporter Frederick Kunkle, showed a group of white protesters demanding a woman on a restaurant patio in Adams Morgan raise her first in solidarity. The woman, identified by Kunkle as Lauren B. Victor, refuses as the crowd chanted refrains including "white silence is violence" and "no justice, no peace."
Victor, a 49-year-old urban planner and photographer, told the Post she wasn't frightened and that she had marched in previous Black Lives Matter demonstrations. But, she said in that moment she felt it was wrong for the crowd to surround them and try to coerce them into showing support for the movement.
“I felt like I was under attack,” Victor said. “It just felt overwhelming to have all of those people come at you. To have a crowd – with all that energy – demand that you do this thing. In the moment it didn’t feel right."