Dems appear okay with BLM extremists

Friday, July 29, 2016
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Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

Black Lives Matter protest in PhillyConservative pundits are blasting the group Black Lives Matter for calling on the "subjugation of white people" during a rally at the just completed Democratic National Convention.

As supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement gathered outside the DNC in Philadelphia, one of the black leaders yelled this message for the white participants:

"I need all white people to move to the back. This is a black and brown resistance march. If you are for this march and you are here to support, you will appropriately take your place in the back of this march."

Cooper

Horace Cooper is a spokesman for Project 21 (The National Leadership Network of Black Conservatives). The former constitutional law professor says it's clear that one political party embraces the idea that some races are better or worse than others.

"Shame on Barack Obama, the modern Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton, and the rest of the progressives," he says, "for not being willing to stand up and say to the Black Lives Matter movement Get outta here – we're going to stand for the proposition that all men are created equal."

Abraham Hamilton III is a former prosecutor who now serves as a public policy analyst at the American Family Association.

Hamilton

"Some in America want black people to be able to subjugate white people," he tells OneNewsNow. "Here you have a Black Lives Matter protest ... [you have] white people there who support the notion of Black Lives Matter .... and you have the Black Lives Matter protestors, who happen to be black, saying if you're not black or brown you must get to the back of the line."

Hamilton describes that as "an attempt to subjugate somebody and make them feel guilty for being white – and that is not justice."


Editor's Note: The American Family Association is the parent organization of the American Family News Network, which operates OneNewsNow.com.

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