Friday Feb 03, 2023

WTF Friday: Why BLM Protests Can’t Be Banned (It Ain’t That Difficult to Understand)

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There’s still a whole lot of pissing and moaning by closeted racists that Black Lives Matter protests are still happening while they suddenly pretend to give a flying fuck about whether COVID-19 while spread because of large gatherings….while some not too long ago protested and took guns to government buildings because they couldn’t get a fucking haircut. (Example 1 which involves dressing as Santa; Example 2 with a government admission that if black gun owners did that, they would have been shot; and Example 3 with the State of Michigan looking to ban guns at their state capitol…yet we know this happened all over the fucking nation.) This was never about helping those in the hair and nail and beauty industry because yall could have just purchased gift cards to do that.

So, why can state and county fairs, car shows, and parades get canceled, and yet Black Lives Matter protests can still go on?

The Constitution: That’s Why

It seriously isn’t that difficult to understand. Going to a parade, the fair, or getting your hair cut isn’t a Constitutional right. Those are just things you’ve grown accustomed to having or doing. Black Lives Matter protests are protected by the First Amendment. Before anyone attempts to comment asking about the rioters and looters, go ask them. They aren’t part of the official Black Lives Matter movement. They aren’t required to hold the blame anymore than good and decent Christians have to hold all the blame for people who take the Bible and twist it to physically or sexually abuse others. If their Constitutional right to assemble can be taken away because you don’t like it or because you feel inconvenienced, you’re next. Also, how do you think concentration camps happened? And the turning over of the Jews? Compliant people like you.

And when people exercise their Constitutional right, that doesn’t give anyone else the right to try and run them over or abuse them.

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