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Deray of BlackLivesMatter Thinks a Character in 'Planet of the Apes' is Him
Here's a case study on how #FAKENEWS ferments. It starts with with a dunderheaded twit with a massive following of lemmings. In this case one of the internet's most infamous idiots, Tariq Nasheed (see EPIC: Anti-Cop Race Baiter Gets Schooled on OSU by Tucker Carlson) tweeting something retarded about the upcoming Planet of the Apes remake.
I'm not sold on Tariq as a real person so much as an actor portraying a parody of a social justice warrior. If he is real, humanity is over in a matter of weeks. But enough SJWs seem to listen to the account. So maybe humanity is over in days. The Rapture is a moving target. With leftists' predilection to believe anything they read which justifies their world view, well obviously the Planet of the Apes movie is attacking Deray (see JUSTICE: Injured Baton Rouge Police Officer Sues #BLM Leaders for “Inciting Violence”). As much as Wonder Woman was an expose of shaming soldiers who can't run in knee-high boots. Also the movie The Smurfs was a hit piece on vertically challenged feminists. #TheMoreYouKnow
You know who else thinks Planet of the Apes specifically targets Deray? Deray.
Now, you may notice that I used a graphic of Deray's response as opposed to Deray's actual response. That's because his tweets were deleted for some reason. I wonder what changed his...
But wait, there's more mockery.
So here we are. Dollars to donuts the producers might be forced to issue an apology or cut a check to these dunce models. Just because social justice warriors are flipping morons.
I'd compare them to the apes in the Planet of the Apes movie, but that would be a huge disservice to the apes. Who actually have semblances of intelligence. It would further insult the writers of the movie, who spent time giving the apes humanistic qualities. Like basic reasoning skills.
It's more accurate to compare Deray and Tasiq to a carrot stuck in a horse's mouth. An irritation which impedes actual utility. At the writing of this post, carrots had no negative racial connotation for "people of color." But give it time.