The brave men and women in blue have suffered yet another defeat at the hands of leftist agitators and liberal racists spurred on by the Black Lives Matter movement.
For years, radicalized hate groups such as Black Lives Matter have been hard at work demeaning our nation’s police force. Their insistence that police officers are inherently racist and trigger happy has warped the minds of the malleable millennials, and their violent reactions to even the most routine law enforcement procedures have given common thugs the green light to create chaos in America’s streets.
Now, after the Black Lives Matter organization has already been implicated in the murder of 5 police officers in Dallas, Texas, and assaults on countless others wearing the badge, the “Blue Lives Matter” advocacy campaign is now under attack from these same bigoted forces.
“A Florida woman is being told to take down her Blue Lives Matter flag that’s been flying for several years now by her homeowners association.
“Jeff Gaddie told Action News Jacksonville that his daughter in St. Johns County has been flying the flag to honor him and many other family members who are law enforcement.
“‘She called to ask why,’ Gaddie said. ‘They told her they had received a complaint that it was considered racist, offensive and anti-Black Lives Matter,’ he said.
“The association asked the woman, who did not want to be identified for fear of backlash, to submit a request for permission to fly the flag, which has since been denied.”
Groups such as the violent Black Lives Matter “movement” have been piggybacking off of the liberal ethos that Americans have the right to not be offended – a perversion of the First Amendment if there ever was one – in order to inflict their will on the people of this great country.
The group, who openly advocates for absurdities such as reparations, has failed time and again to bear witness to their own hypocrisy. Actions such as the one that saw the removal of this woman’s flag are no better than those actions that created and maintained segregated water fountains in our past.