BLM Protestors Take Over Dallas Restaurant, Chant Terrifying Warning about Burning Sh*t Down
Militant Black Lives Matter protestors stormed a Dallas restaurant Tuesday night while people were eating. During the takeover they shouted, “Who burn sh*t down? We burn sh*t down!”
The protestors claimed, “Silence is violence,” while intimidating patrons and kicking drinks off tables. BLM riots have accelerated this week following the shooting of a Black man by a white police officer in a Minneapolis suburb during a traffic stop.
As Democrat Congressman Dan Kildee discussed his therapy for alleged PTSD during the U.S. Capitol building riot on Jan. 6 to mainstream fanfare, the left refuses to cover the current violent actions taking place this week in Dallas. Why the double standard?
Violent BLM protests simply don’t fit the media’s narrative. If you question violence over police brutality, you’re called a racist.
But the race card doesn’t work when protestors storm restaurants or loot stores. Committing crimes to protest crimes isn’t helpful; it’s illegal.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. showed a better way. His focus on non-violent protesting led to sit-ins, marches and other public actions that led to changed legislation and a better society. Today’s BLM are nothing like the iconic MLK, instead they often committing acts that deepen the racial stereotypes they blame others of holding. One founder of BLM was recently outed for buying multiple homes, some in areas where the population is over 90% white. Guess white people aren’t so bad if she’s willing to buy a million dollar plus home in the community.
People of all backgrounds oppose police brutality and violence against a person during a routine traffic stop. That’s called common sense. The occasional bad apple police officer does not give anyone the right to vandalize, commit arson or loot businesses.
I wonder how many people storming the Dallas restaurant even knew the police officer involved has already been arrested? These actions aren’t happening without a response. The courts will determine what happens next, not kicking over someone’s cocktail because you’re mad about something that happened 1,200 miles away.
Peaceful protesting has its place, but violence in response to violence leads to mayhem rather than positive change. The BLM bullies who messed up the Dallas restaurant would do far better to clean up their city to show the positive impact Black communities have instead of destroying it.
We need a Rosa Parks for the twenty-first century instead of, “We blow sh*t up.” Parks died a hero. Her humble efforts helped spark a movement that led to the end of Jim Crow laws and ended segregation in the American South.
If we want unity in our divided nation, it will take more than yelling. It’s going to require working toward peaceful solutions that help those in need.
Sadly, some leftist elites are working to hijack racial protests for their own political ends. The hundreds of millions of dollars flowing toward anti-racism non-profits aren’t just about creating equality. They’re about getting Democrats elected.
That fact doesn’t get highlighted on the nightly news, but too many racism concerns are becoming the basis for everything from voting right favoring the left to diversity issues as a key Democrat platform to increase votes in future elections.
America clearly needs a better response to racism. But it’s not destroying the nation’s businesses that will do it. We need people of conviction willing to do the hard work of building a better nation for people of all backgrounds.