The blacks marched on Washington on Friday, creating a rotten mess.
That horrible Hindu woman and fake black person beamed in to tell the blacks to keep rioting hard before the election.
That’s apparently a strategy the Democrats committed to, despite the recent backlash against it shown in the polls.
Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) made a video appearance at Friday’s civil rights event at the National Mall, delivering a call to action to demonstrators on the 57th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr. delivering his iconic “I Have a Dream” speech.
Harris told protesters in Washington, D.C., that the civil rights activists of the past would not let injustices against Black Americans stop them from striving for justice and equality.
“They would share in our anger and frustration as we continue to see Black men and women slain in our streets and left behind by an economy and justice system that have too often denied Black folks our dignity and rights,” she said. “But no doubt, they would turn it into fuel. They would be lacing up their shoes, locking arms and continuing right alongside us to continue in this ongoing fight for justice.”
On the 57th anniversary of the March on Washington, let’s continue to march on for justice, in the name of our ancestors and in the name of our children and grandchildren. pic.twitter.com/BlP5oCEbxW
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) August 28, 2020
Harris is the first Black woman and first Indian American to be on the presidential ticket for a major political party. Her speech came as the nation has seen a fresh wave of demonstrations this week over the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wis.
The California senator also implored protesters to take up the mantle of civil rights icon and longtime congressman John Lewis (D-Ga.), who recently passed away.
“As John put it, ‘Emmett Till was my George Floyd, he was my Rayshard Brooks, Sandra Bland and Breonna Taylor,'” Harris said.
“The road ahead, it is not going to be easy, but if we work together to challenge every instinct our nation has to return to the status quo … we have an opportunity to make history, right here and right now,” she said.
A real black bitch – a straight-up gorilless – also endorsed the million thug march.
57 years ago, people from all over the country came together for the March on Washington. Today we march on—to realize Dr. King’s dream and fulfill the promise of our country. This fall, let's show up in numbers that can't be ignored. Make a plan to vote: https://t.co/HmU8uQ9uIp pic.twitter.com/UBMWTuuhLe
— Michelle Obama (@MichelleObama) August 28, 2020
Martin Luther King’s granddaughter, it may surprise you to learn, is an uppity little bitch.
“We stand and march for love, and we will fulfill my grandfather's dream,” Yolanda Renee King, granddaughter of Martin Luther King, Jr., says during the March on Washington. https://t.co/S58qRg2xjv pic.twitter.com/9HKWOrmKk8
— CNN (@CNN) August 28, 2020
And yes, the coronavirus isn’t a racist, and it avoids black spaces.
CNN guest Dr. Rob Davidson says that social distancing isn't as big of a concern at the March on Washington as it was last night at President Trump's speech because "this is a public health crisis they are marching against. Systemic racism has taken so many lives in this country" pic.twitter.com/OlrY3yMmin
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) August 28, 2020
Or maybe it avoids the blacks because it is a racist…?
We don’t know.
What we do know is:
- Everyone is going to die from the coronavirus, which is infecting people at a rapid and astonishing rate and killing trillions
- It’s fine for blacks to crowd all together
If that doesn’t make sense to you, you hate the color of the skin.