Every single Democrat should be asked if they support this statement by BLM leader Ariel Atkins:
‘I don’t care if someone decides to loot a Gucci or a Macy’s or a Nike store, because that makes sure that person eats,’ Atkins said. ‘That makes sure that person has clothes.
‘Anything they wanted to take, they can take it because these businesses have insurance.’
Atkins made her disturbing comments in downtown Chicago after nights of endless looting, violence, and destruction.
Black Lives Matter Chicago said early Monday’s looting of stores was a form of ‘reparations’ as the group held a protest Monday night in support of the more than 100 people arrested after an evening of violence.
Downtown Chicago was otherwise quiet after authorities cut off access, with drawbridges leading into the city pulled up and freeway exits blocked after riots sparked by a false rumor of a child shot by police.
At least 13 police officers were injured as the violence claimed an estimated $65 million in property damage.
Atkins says that people shouldn’t be worried about what happens to a business or a building when there are people out there who can’t “eat.”
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Funny, everyone who was looting looked pretty well-fed to me. Some actually looked like they should cut back on the goodies.
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The really stupid irony here is that BLM won’t hold failed Democrat leaders responsible for the poverty within the black communities. Poverty and hopelessness that they’ve helped create and foster.
BLM thinks so little of the black community, that they don’t feel they’re worthy of school choice, better jobs, trade schools, and family counseling programs.
All they’re worth is a one-time “looting spree” at a Gucci store.
It’s this type of dumbed-down mentality that has kept many in the black community in “chains” for decades and will continue to do so until black Americans say “enough” and silence these opportunistic dummies.
This piece was written by Missy Crane on August 11, 2020. It originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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