Monday, February 8, 2021

Left-Wing Agitators Threw A Tantrum In Dupont Circle This Past Saturday

 Originally billed as a "DC Queer and Trans Black History Month March and Rally" (Isn't that a mouthful?), a stomp down a Dupont Circle street got rather acrimonious.  Oh, what am I saying?  Of course it was "mostly peaceful" - of course!  At least they didn't throw things at people or start any fires (this time) but I understand there was some jostling with police and harassing of restaurant patrons.  But it was "mostly peaceful" jostling and harassing!  Got that talking point straight?

Apparently the little thug-darlings want to make sure they get their $2k stimulus checks (courtesy of us gainfully-employed people who pay taxes to fund their various stampedes).  They marched through the area chanting "if we don't get it, burn it down".  Thankfully they didn't burn anything, but we just know that had they done so, it would have been an act of "mostly peaceful" arson.

I don't watch mainstream news, so I'm curious as to how much coverage this latest BLM antic received.  My guess is, not a whole lot.  Had Trump's victory been formally acknowledged, I wager that this episode would have been trumpeted far and wide.

I wonder how many of these BLM types are beginning to realize that the Biden cartel played them for chumps?  See some coverage here and here.

1 comment:

  1. Meanwhile black Muslims butchered black park rangers at the Virunga National Park in the DR Congo leaving 23 children fatherless and their mothers destitute. Next, black Muslims killed 40 (?) black people in a nearby village. Then three days ago black Muslims butchered 10 peaceful black farmers with machetes. Black Lives Matter does not care about black people because if they did they'd be in Africa trying to save black people there from being slaughtered by ...other black people. The BLM movement really isn't about black people. It's about power and money.


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