Black Lives Matter, as an organization far more interested in deconstructing the nuclear family, expanding transgender dogma, and dismantling institutions than in actually improving black lives, has frequently shown that its semantically strategic name is a misnomer. After the police shooting of Ma’Khia Bryant, the organization released a statement that unmistakably confirmed it: BLM doesn’t actually think all black lives matter — only those who fit its narrative.
“At the exact same time the verdict of Derek Chauvin was being read for murdering George Floyd, police wasted no time in senselessly taking another Black child,” the organization said in reference to the teenager who died in a fatal police shooting last week in Columbus, Ohio. “Ma’Khia Bryant. We say her name.”
The statement continued, asserting as fact that Bryant had called police for help, although investigators are probing and haven’t confirmed who made the 911 call. The claim that it was Bryant came from family members — the same