Message to white folks, “You will not have a say all up in here.”
Martin Luther King, Jr. may have died many years ago, but it’s arguable that his dream died last night in the City of Brotherly Love. As reported by The Daily Caller, little was left to the imagination at a black supremacist rally in the veritable shadow of the Democratic National Convention.
In spite of Dr. King once proclaiming, “I have a dream that one day little black boys and girls will be holding hands with little white boys and girls,” present day so-called civil rights leaders such as Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD) and the Rev. Jesse Jackson have been conspicuously silent of the militant and often violent rabble that howl for forced segregation.
A rather disorganized and foul mouthed mob referring to themselves as a “black resistance” protest ordered white participants to move to the back of the herd. The yet to be identified she-community disorganizer made clear that folks of the Caucasian persuasion had no business towards the front.
“I need all white people to move to the back. This is a black and brown resistance march,” a noticeably well-fed woman with a microphone could be heard channeling her inner DMX as she told the white folks, “You will not have a say all up in here.”
As of press time, it’s unclear if the darker version of Bull Connor lost her mind, went all out or lost her cool. However, many agree that she did act a fool… up in here, up in here.
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