What these BLM punks are doing to white girls will literally make you mad as a hatter. They are nothing more than total bullies.
This is due to the fact that Black Lives Matter activists were caught on video harassing young girls on the street due to their “white privilege”, complete with a woman wielding a megaphone and ridiculing their appearance.
There is no question that Carmen M. Jones drew a lot of attention to herself when she was leading a Black Lives Matter protest just outside of the Kentucky International Convention Center in downtown Louisville, Kentucky. It was during this event that a group of white girls caught Jones’ attention, and she had no qualms about being as blunt as possible to these teenage girls and their parents.
In short, Jones and her fellow BLM activists were mocking white girls because they were going with their mothers to a cheerleading competition, according to WDRB.
“The reason why you get to be here in these pretty little gorgeous outfits and your gorgeous hair and your gorgeous bows is because of your white privilege,” Jones said. “Breonna is dead. Black mothers are burying their babies while white mothers send their daughters to cheer competitions,” she added, referring to Breonna Taylor, who died in 2020 after she was shot by police. “They don’t give a f*** about y’all!” Jones yelled as another group of girls headed into the cheerleading competition.
Taylor was a 26-year-old black woman who had been shot six times by Louisville police officers during a “no-knock” search warrant being executed at her apartment. The officers returned fire after Taylor’s boyfriend mistakenly thought they were robbery targets and fired his gun. Although police suspected that Taylor’s apartment was being used to traffic drugs, they did not find either in their search. This was one of the incidents that ignited public outrage and protests across the country.
These protesters for racial justice held up signs, chanted profanities, and urged the young cheerleaders to “do something black with their white privilege today.”
There are various clips from the event, with one example showing a protester holding up a sign that says “F**** the police” and another protester that is holding a rifle. The Louisville police made arrests for obstructing a highway and disorderly conduct, among others.
The entire ordeal left parents furious and some of the children were visibly shaken. Protesters “were badgering [the kids] all the way in the door,” according to one unhappy father, who only identified himself by his first name “Rob” and decided against showing his face on camera. He told WDRB that his oldest daughter “cried for about an hour” after the interaction and added, “You could see it affected all these kids.”
Rob admitted that the protesters had a right to be there, but he said that he felt they should have left the children out of it. “If there’s a problem within life, you keep it between adults,” he explained. “You don’t take kids and add them into the problems. It had nothing to do with them. Even if you have something that you’re passionate about. That wasn’t the way to go about it.”
Of course, Carmen Jones felt differently, telling the Louisville news channel that she and her fellow protesters stand by their methods. “Yes, I did tell them, ‘Don’t be somebody that my child is going to have to fight.’ Because right now I’m fighting the grandchildren, the great-grandchildren of people’s ancestors who didn’t do right,” she declared.
“Breonna Taylor will never be able to have a child to be able to take to a cheer competition,” Jones continued. “If black kids are children enough, and child enough, and mature enough to go through the things that we go through as children, then their children are children enough, child enough, and mature enough to learn about their privilege.”
However, Carmen Jones and other BLM protesters would do well to remember the phrase, “the road to ruin is paved with good intentions.”
Bullying other people’s children is only going to go over like a lead balloon. You cannot erase hate with more hate.