TOLERANCE: Trump Hotel Vandalized with Black Lives Matter Graffiti...
I'm not surprised the new Trump Hotel in DC was vandalized. I'm just surprised that vandals took so long. But remember, they're peaceful vandals. They have valid grievances. And Trump kills black people on the daily. Except for those last three things.
Normally when you tag a building, you do it in the middle of the night. The vandalizing isn't usually done in the middle of the day, in front of witnesses... with a camera crew. But this is 2016.
This is what the #BlackLivesMatter movement is: an excuse to break the law just because you don't like someone's political opinions. No, that's not really covered by the First Amendment. You're free to say what you want about Trump, sure. But to damage his property? One could say that it's frowned upon. Namely because it's totes illegal. Stop it. (Related Mizzou Student - I'm Tired of First Amendment Rights...)
Seriously, what message does vandalizing private property actually send? That a person is serious about social justice? Or that a person is a moron just looking for an excuse to destroy? (Read Newest Outrage: Black Lives Matter Claims Climate Change is... Racist?)
At least people are starting to see Black Lives Matter for what it is: a group of raging turds who don't care about facts, who simply thrive on hate. In this case toward Donald Trump. But I'm not exactly sure what Donald Trump has done to Black Lives Matter. Or to any black person, for that matter. No seriously, what awful thing has Donald Trump done to the black community?
The graffiti wasn't even interesting. If you're going to go through the trouble of tagging a Trump Hotel, at least put some thought into it. Like puns. Or clever insults. Use some wit, people. Sheesh. I mean there wasn't even a cute caricature of Trump with the orange hair. What a wasted opportunity.
No, that's not me suggesting people who use their free time (no job, maybe?) should vandalize. Only if you're going to vandalize, and if we have to cover the story, at least make it worthy of showing off. Take some art classes with all that free time you have. Create your crappy art all you want. Nobody cares. Just don't do it on someone else's property. Your graffiti is not art for the same reason that urinating one's name on a frat brother's pillow case is not "art." It is a crime. And your art sucks.#NoJusticeNoCreativity.