Has Black Lives Matter ever shown up to an event to actually discuss ideas? Rhetorical. I know they’re just thuggish. Sticking with their MO, a group of disgruntled social justice warriors showed up to an event headed by Milo Yiannopolous at DePaul University. The protestors disrupted Milo by occupying the stage. Defiantly. Where was security? Excellent question. They were standing by doing jack squat. Likely union. So the interrupters continued to be loud and annoying, unhindered (See Steven Crowder Delivers Most Epic Smackdown of Leftist Protestors Ever).
But one student, a black student, wasn’t having it. A thorough, verbal butt kicking ensued:
You’re in a place and you’re not respecting it. [Protester yells something] I’m a white supremacist now? Because I believe in hard work and deciding that I need to make a life for myself makes me a racist, a bigot and a white supremacist? You’re not working hard right now. You’re being lazy and disrespectful, and I’m pretty sure your parents didn’t raise you to be disrespectful. It’s an opinion, guys. It’s not going to kill you. If you believe in who you are, and know who you are, it will not bother you. I know who I am: I’m Kate Danforth, I am a math major and junior at DePaul University and I’m working my ass off to become something.
Her soliloquy was followed by thunderous applause. And total, predictable rage from the BLM trolls. There’s nothing BLM hates more than a successful black person who disagrees with them… Because it dispels the narrative all black people are suffering under “systemic racism.” If someone who’s black is succeeding, it exposes these crybabies for the worthless rabble rousers they are. But that’s racist… or something.
Student Kate Danforth? She’s no
idiot gender studies major. She’s majoring in math. The girl’s got brains. Meanwhile Black Lives Matter has…
Milo voices a similar sentiment. He commends the student on her speech and points out, “If there’s anyone perpetuating stereotypes about blacks, it’s them [the protesters].” Well said. The only people making black people look bad here is Black Lives Matter. Whistling, booing, one of them dancing around like a dimestore floozy. Yet they’ve deemed themselves top authority when it comes to “black empowerment.”
Kate Danforth? She’s studying math to better herself, probably with hopes of living in a mansion one day.
One of these is hailed by the media. One is thrown under the bus and accused of being “not black enough.”
Black Lives Matter doesn’t care about what white people have to say. Unless that “black” person is Shaun King, who’s whiter than the soy milk in your half-caf latte. But when a black person stands up to them, they’re left feeling powerless. As they should. So for you, Kate Danforth?
Keep on keeping on. Get that math degree. You’re making the world a better place, and we thank you for it.
Yes, Black Lives Matter is comprised of mostly turdbombs intent on stirring up violence, not solving the problems of black Americans. Here, watch Paul Joseph Watson discuss…