I like how (Bill) you phrased the question. I don’t think he sees anything wrong with anything he does. First, he contradicts himself saying BLM which was founded in 2014 started over black men getting shot for talking on the cell phone and I am not saying they didn’t. Second, he then says the driving force for BLM was MLK’s staging of what he declared was a common occurrence, and he is right. It was completely staged.
It seems to me according to his story that the needed impetus wouldn’t be bitchy old black ladies being treaty poorly, but the bus drivers who drug black people down the street by their ankles. I do not believe for one second bus drivers drug anyone anywhere with those doors because I have many times taken public transportation. Those rear doors are just not that strong. For comfort’s sake it would be nice if they were because anyone who has had to sit near those doors in cold climates knows they are going to be glad they brought a coat. Those doors aren’t strong enough to keep out wind let alone drag a grown man by the ankle.
He doesn’t stop there, no he says the biggest problem with BLM is not members violently attacking police, it is that they haven’t been trademarked! I nearly spit out my seafood delight when I heard that. His reasoning is they need to be under one authority and centralized? Has he never heard of a grass roots movement? One BLM to rule them all to bring them under the darknesses and bind them. Under his rule I'm sure.