Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors just requested a meeting with Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, who she assumes to be the next presidential administration.
In a letter penned to both Biden and Harris, Cullors basically demands a meeting, reminding the two that black people are responsible for their alleged victory.
She says in the letter: “Black people won this election,” and then follows that with: “We want something for our vote.”
What a charming woman, huh?
Of course, if Biden has any guts, he’d tell her to sod off.
Of course, he does not have any, so he’ll surely cater to the demands of the mob if elected.
Our friends at the New York Post have more details on Cullors's demands:
Patrisse Cullors, a co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, has requested a meeting with President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris to discuss the “expectations” she has for their administration.
In a letter sent to the 2020 Democratic running mates after their win over the weekend, the anti-racism activist highlighted the electoral power that came with her movement’s backing.
“Without the resounding support of Black people, we would be saddled with a very different electoral outcome. In short, Black people won this election,” wrote Cullors, 36. “Alongside Black-led organizations around the nation, Black Lives Matter invested heavily in this election. ‘Vote and Organize’ became our motto, and our electoral justice efforts reached more than 60 million voters.”
“We want something for our vote. We are requesting a meeting with you both to discuss the expectations that we have for your administration and the commitments that must be made to Black people,” she continued.
While highlighting the importance of the black community as a voting bloc, Cullors went on to explain why those she represented felt changes were so urgently needed.
“We want to be heard and our agenda to be prioritized. We issue these expectations not just because Black people are the most consistent and reliable voters for Democrats, but also because Black people are truly living in crisis in a nation that was built on our subjugation,” she began before arguing that the US’ efforts toward improving circumstances had been insufficient.
“Up until this point, the United States has refused to directly reckon with the way that it devalues Black people and devastates our lives. This cannot continue. Black people can neither afford to live through the vitriol of a Trump-like Presidency, nor through the indifference of a Democrat-controlled government that refuses to wrestle with its most egregious and damnable shame,” Cullors wrote.
The activist did not shy away from critiquing Biden and Harris’ individual records on issues of race, arguing that their time in the White House could be an opening to correct past errors.
“Both of you discussed addressing systemic racism as central to your election campaigns. Both of you also expressed regrets regarding your record on issues impacting Black people. The best way to ensure that you remedy past missteps and work towards a more just future for Black people — and by extension all people — is to take your direction from Black grassroots organizers that have been engaged in this work for decades, with a legacy that spans back to the first arrival of enslaved Africans,” the BLM leader said.
More on this story from Fox News:
Biden also promised to create an economic plan that provides housing, education, and financial support to Black and Latino communities who have been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
During his victory speech last week, Biden shouted out his Black supporters and thanked them for their vote.
“The African American community stood up again for me. They always have my back, and I’ll have yours,” Biden said at the Chase Center in Wilmington, Del. “I said from the outset I wanted a campaign that represented America, and I think we did that. Now that’s what I want the administration to look like.”
Cullors reminded Biden and Harris that they both "expressed regrets regarding your record on issues impacting Black people," and advised them to "take your direction from Black grassroots organizers that have been engaged in this work for decades, with a legacy that spans back to the first arrival of enslaved Africans."
"We would like to be actively engaged in your Transition Team's planning and policy work," Cullors said. "Let's get to work!"
Naturally, this comes as no surprise.
Terrorist organizations such as BLM love when a weak leader is installed who will cater to their every demands.
Joe Biden is the definition of a weak leader.