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Oh, the BLM irony


When Black Lives Matter (BLM) protestors show up in Springfield, Oregon, city residents realizing their elected officials were useless decided to tell these people to leave.

You will notice in the video below that most of the BLM protestors are white left-wing Millennials.

And some protesters were even wondering why this protest wasn’t going as well as they did in Portland. Are we too presume that many of the protesters were not from Springfield?

And one tweet asked the obvious question:

And now the irony.

Remember that these BLM protestors are demanding that the police be defunded. So why did they call the police for help? Language warning in video.

And even Blacks are starting to notice that BLM protests have been hijacked by left wing “white” extremists. Language warning in the video below:

And on a related note, one writer addressed the rioting that has taken place in the smaller communities around the US, which has basically been ignored by the main stream media.

Michael Tracey decided to visit some of these smaller communities to view the destruction first hand.

He writes:

“… — there were also smaller-scale riots in surprisingly far-flung places that you hardly would’ve known about unless you lived in the area, happened to visit, or intentionally sought out what remains of the bare-bones local media coverage. To take just a small sampling: Atlantic City, NJ, Fort Wayne, IN, Green Bay, WI, and Olympia, WA all underwent significant riots, at least per the normal expectations of life in these relatively low-key cities. Did you hear anything about them? Because I hadn’t, and I’m abnormally attuned to daily media coverage. Only because I personally visited did I learn of the damage.”

He provides photos of businesses still closed down after they were vandalized and destroyed during the peaceful demonstrations.

READ: Two months since the riots, and still no “National Conversation”

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