According to Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors, whose organization spearheaded a string of riots throughout America this past summer, the rioters at Capitol Hill were somehow treated differently than those in the BLM movement, even though police opened fire and killed an unarmed woman inside the building.
Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter (THR), Cullors said she was “disturbed” by how police apparently reacted, saying that “white supremacists” stormed the Capitol without consequence.
“I’m really disturbed by how far we’ve allowed white supremacist violence to reign in this country. And I was the most disturbed by the double standard. I’ve spent the last 20 years being a protestor, a community organizer, and, in the last seven years, supporting and helming the protest movement that is called Black Lives Matter, and we’ve experienced military, National Guard, militarized police, rubber bullets and tear gas at protests which are largely peaceful and protests that are talking about racial injustice and the fight