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BLM Activists Attempted to Mock 9/11 with “All Buildings Matter;” It Backfired


Are you serious?

Is the Democrat party finally going to denounce the radical messaging coming from the BLM movement?

Today is the anniversary of 9/11.

Thousands of innocent Americans died.

Our way of life changed forever, and we were plunged into wars in the Middle East because of the actions of evil terrorists.

Rather than honoring the dead…

Rather than remembering the fallen heros…

Rather than pledging to NEVER FORGET…

Radical members of the BLM movement took to social media to mock "9/11."

They used the hashtag #AllBuildingsMatter to mock President Trump and claim that 9/11 isn't a "big deal" because all buildings matter.

Ummmm, first of all: that's disgusting.

Second, that "play on words" totally misrepresents the meaning of "all lives matter."

Regardless, this is a totally disrespectful hashtag, especially on the anniversary of the deadliest terrorist attack on American soil.

More details below:

If BLM was hoping to alienate the public from their cause, the #AllBuildingsMatter hashtag would be the best way to do it.

Anger and disgust are quickly growing.

The New York Post confirms:

A slogan dismissing the devastation of 9/11 in order to promote the Black Lives Matter movement went viral on the 19th anniversary of the terror attacks Friday — with #AllBuildingsMatter trending in Twitter.

The phrase was first picked up after “Saturday Night Live” cast member Michael Che used it in a 2016 Netflix comedy special to highlight anger at people saying “All lives matter” in response to the BLM movement.

Che — whose brother is an NYPD cop — questioned why black people have to get over slavery, segregation and police shootings while everyone is told to “never forget” the 9/11 terror attacks.

“That’s why this September, I’m getting a T-shirt that says, ‘All buildings matter.’ We’ll see how that works,” he said in the special, the title of which, “Michael Che Matters,” also referenced the BLM movement.

On Friday morning, the phrase went viral as a hashtag on Twitter — with only #NeverForget trending higher in the US — sparking outrage by again comparing the horror of the nearly 3,000 killed on 9/11 to civil rights protests.

“The hashtag #AllBuildingsMatter is trending on Twitter because radical left are SCUM who have no respect for America or the people who sacrifice for her,” raged attorney and Ohio congressional candidate Rob Weber.

Even protesters ripped the hashtag for being distasteful on the anniversary of the worst attack in American history.

“Yes I support BLM but frickin leave 9/11 alone,” a Twitter user named August wrote.

“Nobody is f–king mourning the buildings. They’re mourning the innocent lives that were taken thanks to greed. This is not the same. This is not the time. Y’all are TRASH,” a black Twitter user named Santelle wrote, calling the hashtag “disgusting.”

“If any of you self-important childish babies tagging #AllBuildingsMatter even had a clue what happened this day 19 years ago, had seen it, had experienced it, you’d never open your mouths again,” @PerfectByGrace wrote.

Others also noted the irony of militant protesters sparking destruction across the country using the hashtag.

“Hilarious part of the #AllBuildingsMatter trend is it is being tweeted by people who are burning buildings daily,” conservative journalist Carmine Sabia said.

Last I checked the people killed by a radical religious ideology were from all walks of life and all ethnicities.

It was the WORLD trade center...

But go ahead.... mock 9/11 and tell us that "all buildings matter."

You'll drive more people away from your cause!

Using "all buildings matter" is ironic for BLM, since they're the ones burning down buildings in major cities.

So clearly... all buildings DON'T matter to them.

The Sun has more details on why this is trending:

"ALL Buildings Matter" was trending on Twitter on September 11, 2020.

Here is more on the hashtag that has offended some people.

What is the origin of 'All Buildings Matter'?

It is believed that the phrase was coined by a Black Lives Matter supporter.

A Twitter user wrote early on September 11 that "9/11 is sad but let’s remember that #AllBuildingsMatter."

People have often reacted to the Black Lives Matter movement by saying that "All Lives Matter," and the tweet seemed to be a response to this.

What are people saying about 'All Buildings Matter'?
The trending phrase comes on the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks that killed 3,000 people in the US.

The iconic World Trade Center was destroyed in the most devastating terror strike on US soil.

"#AllBuildingsMatter is a terrible idea, guys," one Twitter user wrote

"I 100% get it, but ppl lost ppl that day. You are hurting ppl to prove to other ppl they are hurting another set of ppl. It doesn't work and plays into the hands of MAGA. Please rethink it."

A Twitter user responded: "#AllBuildingsMatter isn’t about downplaying the tragedy of 9/11, it’s an illustration of how 'All Lives Matter' downplays the severity of police brutality.

"It’s not stooping to their level, it’s showing them their own idiocy in terms even they can understand."

Wrote another Twitter user: "The people are fuming about #AllBuildingsMatter 19 years after 9/11?..... Now imagine how we feel with our brothers and sisters blood fresh and bodies cold on the streets and yall screaming #Alllivesmatter ???? So, yeah."

However, there was much outrage on social media.

Unfortunately, this is not surprising rhetoric coming from the BLM crowd.

Time and time again, they have appeared to post things that are radical and insensitive.

Hopefully this continues to drive people away from their cause.

So... tell us again that "all buildings matter."

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