DeRay Mckesson is one of the most vocal leaders of the black lives matter hippies. If you’re a hippie on Twitter he is a must follow. I have no idea how this guy makes money, but literally all day he posts about hippie protests and other nonsense that we hear from Worcester’s local hippie community. He’s got hundreds of thousands of followers, so he’s pretty influential in that regard. But yesterday after Vester Flanagan shot and killed a reporter and cameraman on live TV, he pulled a pretty big boner:
Oops!! Turns out Vester Flanagan was black. And not only that, his motivation was primarily racial, at least according to a fax he sent the news station as part of his suicide note:
“As for Dylann Roof? You (deleted)! You want a race war (deleted)? BRING IT THEN YOU WHITE …(deleted)!!!” He said Jehovah spoke to him, telling him to act.”
He also had a long and documented history of blaming imaginary racism as an outlet to explain his failures as a journalist.
But it didn’t stop good ol’ DeRay from immediately blaming this on “whiteness.” Whatever that means exactly. Later on when it was confirmed that Vester was in fact not white, DeRay had some explaining to do:
Yea, don’t apologize or anything. It’s the fault of “initial reports” that he chose not to investigate the validity of. Because if he had done some basic research and waited for facts to come out, it would’ve interfered with his long day of ranting and raving about white supremacy.
Here’s my question – is it “violent” to suggest that the lives of Adam Ward and Alison Parker mattered? After all, they’re white. And according to local hippie Julius Jones, who is still riding his 15 minutes of fame after getting anihilated by Hilary Clinton, it is not only racist to say “all lives matter” it’s violent:
Sorry Alison and Adam, we would suggest that your life had value. But yea, it’s just way too violent.
Now after the Charleston shooting there was a peace rally held in front of City Hall, led by Ed Augustus and Joe Petty. We obviously know there will not be one for Adam and Alison, because that would be violent. But the reaction from local hippie leaders after the Charleston Massacre was loud and visible:
“When one segment of the population can easily and legally buy and carry deadly weapons and almost never (be) seen as suspect, while another segment of the population is always a target of violence, that is white supremacy.”
Yea Joyce, as Vester Flanagan showed us, only white people are allowed to buy guns. Because….white supremacy. However, I completely understand the anger and outrage from the Charleston Massacre. Now lets see how local hippie leaders reacted to the shooting in Virginia:
Let’s move on to the Communities United Collective page that RBG and Dana Remian run and post 50 million links a day on. I’m sure there is some real outrage about this killing on there:
So let me get this straight. Two innocent people are massacred in what is clearly a racially motivated hate crime, and the local group that claims to unite the community is focusing on a) supporting a bank robber, b) comparing LeBron James to a WW1 anti-German propaganda poster, c) debating the backup quarterback situation in Pittsburgh, and of course d) “slutwalking.” All of those were more relevant than the massacre in Virginia, which wasn’t posted about once on that page.
But Turtleboy Sports is the biggest problem in Worcester. Makes sense.