Black Lives Matter Founder Wants To Reduce Law Enforcement Funding

In a recent interview with Patrisse Cullors, the co-founder of Black Lives Matter, she said some shocking and eye opening things about the country, President Trump and Law Enforcement.

When asked if she would be willing to take a seat and discuss issues with President Trump she said that she would not adding that “We wouldn’t as a movement take a seat at the table with Trump, because we wouldn’t have done that with Hitler. Trump is literally the epitome of evil, all the evils of this country – be it racism, capitalism, sexism, homophobia.

Of course she offered no evidence of her statement and her views on law enforcement were just as appalling.

Saying that “our target has been law enforcement, and that has been important because black folks not only are killed with impunity,” Cullors said that she wants to reduce funding to law enforcement.

Black Lives Matter claims to have been founded after the Trayvon Martin incident and their prominence admittedly grew during the aftermath of the Michael Brown death in Ferguson (MO).

The first incident didn’t even involve a law enforcement officer and in the latter, the police were justified according to local authorities, a Grand Jury and the Department of Justice.

If that doesn’t say “fraud” we don’t know what does.



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  1. michael

    Black Lies Matter will only become involved in local issues is if that issue can be used as the basis to Protest, Assault, Riot, Pillage, Plunder, Commit Arson and LOOT. After all, them 40s need restocked, Electronics Upgraded, Need that Ripple, Flat Screens a Must, Jordan’s in every color and a little Christmas gift LOOTING. Otherwise, like the constant slaughter in Chicago and Philadelphia Black Lies Matter cannot be found.

  2. LegalBeagle

    Reality has no appeal to BLM and others who share their views. It’s a shame, as the overwhelming majority of the people they claim to be defending are violent criminal predators, who do terrible things of all sorts to some of our most vulnerable citizens … most of whom are minority members. Their views are bassackwards. When I taught college, the students who most understood that malefactors in their own communities were a major issue were those who in fact were of color, and lived in less advantaged neighborhoods. They said things about some of their peers (who aren’t really peers, as the students were not like them) that I could never say for appearance reasons. Sadly, darned few LE command officers do anything to address the silly statements and outright fabrications that have dominated the discourse. Most have been complicit in the problem, and arguably even aggravated it.

    Like it or not, and admitting that I think Zimmerman was a fool for taking the actions he took instead of staying in his car and following, Trayvon Martin died as a violent criminal All that matters about him was those last few seconds of his life, in which he was trying to kill Zimmerman. The prosecution of Zimmerman was a classic example of unethical political appeasement, similar to the vile acts of the prosecutors in Baltimore, Tulsa, and Cincinnati, among others.

    We as a society have some real problems with race, no doubt. There is a centuries long history of shameful treatment of people of color, especially those brought here from Africa as slaves and their decedents. I have seen and heard utterly disgusting things that are inexcusable, and very foreign to me as I was raised in a very different manner. Some of the significant social problems in the black community do in fact relate to/come from that history. To our shame, LE has a piece of that history, especially in some cities – not all of them in the South. (The same students who were so aware of the conduct issues also had some mixed feelings about LE, because they got painted with the same brush as the bad actors often enough to be frustrated and offended.) HOWEVER, law enforcement is not even arguably capable of addressing those significant social problems. We can, and try pretty hard to, address the views and actions of those inside the profession, regardless of what the moonbats claim.

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