If Joe Biden and the Democrats thought that winning the presidency would get Black Lives Matter off their backs, they learned otherwise this week. Not only is BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors calling on Biden to sign all kinds of absurd legislation that would abolish prisons, get rid of police, and essentially dismantle the entire concept of American law enforcement, racial activists in California are warning him that he can’t use BLM to win an election and then turn his back on it.
BLM Los Angeles is particularly concerned about reports that Biden may give L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti a place in his administration. At protests outside Garcetti’s home this week, BLM Los Angeles organizer Melina Abdullah said that Biden “capitalized on our efforts to defund the police, and then tried to condemn the words at the same time.”
“We want to be very clear that as we happily usher out the Trump regime, we will not accept liberal white supremacy in the White House in the form of Joe Biden,” Abdullah said. “It doesn’t matter to me that Kamala Harris is your vice president if you’re using her black woman body to usher in oppressive systems and oppressive people like Eric Garcetti.”
Man. Does anyone sound like racists the way black BLM activists do? We’ve seen threads on Stormfront that aren’t as racially offensive as some of the stuff that comes out of the mouths of people like Abdullah and other BLM organizers and allies.
Abdullah, who has previously accused Biden of “advocating a lock-them-up approach that feeds mass incarceration and overpolicing,” said that his consideration of adding Garcetti to the administration was a “doubling down on liberal white supremacy.”
And so we finally come to the question: Why does BLM hate Garcetti so much? Well, it basically comes down to the fact that he isn’t on board with Defunding the Police. Or, to put it in the language of the grifters who run these organizations: “Garcetti empowers the most murderous police force in the nation.”
We’re in no hurry to rush to the defense of Eric Garcetti, of all people, but if you believe that, wouldn’t it hold true no matter who was the mayor of Los Angeles? Unless, of course, that mayor was some kind of braindead socialist who literally wanted to abolish the LAPD?
Ah, but then we see that the question answers itself…