‘This Is About Survival’ and ‘$600 Ain’t It’; ‘We Demand Monthly Checks’

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Or what? Seriously, or what? More threats? More looting? More burning? More rioting? All in the name of “racial justice”? Then what? What comes next? The word that begins with “r” and ends with “eperations”? We’ve seen this movie before — and we don’t like the end.

Black Lives Matter, citing “black families struggling to keep roofs over their heads, food in their bellies, and healthcare covered,” on Chistmas Eve demanded monthly checks. Sorry, Congress; $600 ain’t [sic] it.

Black business ownership: 40% decline.

Eviction risks: 40 mil. people

Black families are struggling to keep roofs over their heads, food in their bellies, and healthcare covered.

This isn’t about a stimulus. This is about survival. And $600 aint [sic] it.

We demand monthly checks.

You ‘spose it has crossed the minds of any of these “demanders” that months of “peaceful” protests that resulted in the destruction of untold numbers of small businesses, jobs — and worse — “might” have something to do with the current plight of those who were the victims of the brunt of the violence? Me neither.

(See: “racism,” “white privilege,” “white supremacy.””

We might ask ourselves, “Who in the hell do these people think they are?”

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I got this.

They think — they know — they are the Marxist organization, to whom everyone from kneeling-Nancy Pelosi, prostrating Chucky Schumer, and groveling Joe Biden, to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, and most of the professional sports world, to Hollywood Looney Tunes — have pandered themselves silly, bowing in prostration before the BLM altar and faux “systemic racism.”

Congratulations, idiots. How ’bout you clowns scratch those monthly checks — to your collective pandering hearts’ content — in whatever amount your BLM “minders” demand.

You in?

Many of the responses were just as ridiculous as the demand. This guy thinks it’s a good idea to “march to capital [sic] and get our money from Mitch.” “Our” money. How cute.

But, at least by my unofficial count, the responses ran more against the silly “demand” than in support of it.

Finally, “The Karen Sniper” quoted Malcolm X — who precisely summed up the plight of Black America falling victim to the Democrat Party six decades ago.

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Malcomb X’s actual quote:

“The worst enemy that the Negro have is this white man that runs around here drooling at the mouth professing to love Negros and calling himself a liberal, and it is following these white liberals that has perpetuated problems that Negros have.

“If the Negro wasn’t taken, tricked or deceived by the white liberal, then Negros would get together and solve our own problems. I only cite these things to show you that in America, the history of the white liberal has been nothing but a series of trickery designed to make Negros think that the white liberal was going to solve our problems.

“Our problems will never be solved by the white man.”

Nuff said.

A demand for monthly checks. And we thought Obamaphone lady was audacious.


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