Of course, anyone who remember’s BLM’s reaction to the Paris and Nice Terror attacks and Orlando (IE “hey! Give us that spotlight back!”) won’t be surprised.
Remember all those national news stories about white people shot by cops? And Asians? And Latinos? Literally every ethnic group but black people? All the time?
Because I sure don’t.
“We don’t want to hate whippl! Society made us! We’re not adults responsible for our own feelings and reactions!”
“Black Lives Matter doesn’t mean that others don’t.”
“So All Lives Matter?”
“Excuse me but this is about black lives. That’s what matters here. Stop trying to make the conversation about you.”
They don’t even care about black lives unless they were shot by cops. And then they don’t even care about all those lives either, because they pick and choose the ones that will make the best stories! Around 200 or so black men are shot by cops every year, while 400 black children are murdered through things like gang violence, but we don’t hear about them either.
It’s nothing but a political ploy to get attention and make a fuss over a couple of people they don’t actually care about. They don’t actually care about stopping police brutality, or they’d care about all police brutality. They don’t care about anything but themselves and they prove it every time they hijack a memorial or an event to talk about their problems. Nothing matters but them.
Not to mention the black cops that get shot. Or pretty much any black person that doesn’t fit the prescribed narrative.