After an estimated 2,000-plus people marched in Washington, D.C., as part of the Candace Owens-founded BLEXIT movement, one of the members led demonstrators in the singing of our national anthem — a moment Owens said comes in stark contrast to the left-wing Black Lives Matter movement.
“Black Lives Matter protests end with rioting, looting, and the destruction of minority communities,” Owens captioned the video of the anthem singing. “BLEXIT protests end with 2,000+ black and Latino Americans singing the national anthem.”
The conservative author and pundit also noted that the moment would be ignored by the mainstream media: “This is a beautiful moment that the mainstream media won’t report on,” she wrote.
Adding an American flag emoji, Owens concluded the post, “I’m so proud.”
As shown in the video, demonstrators belt out the Star-Spangled Banner, before breaking out in “U-S-A” chants.
Black Lives Matter protests end with rioting, looting, and the destruction of minority communities.