A black man was fatally shot by Police Officers last July in Baton Rouge while resisting arrest and the Black Panthers and Black Lives Matter swarmed the city trying to burn it down. Because black lives are so important to them it is obviously the expectation for them to return to Baton Rough as the people suffer under water, right?
Now, catastrophic floods — the worst natural disaster to strike the United States since Hurricane Sandy — have devastated the majority-black city of Baton Rouge, leaving at least 13 people dead, an estimated 40,000 houses damaged and some 86,000 people forced to apply for federal disaster aid.
Black Lives Matter surely must be tapping some of its more than $133 million dollars in funding to get down there and do something to help the many black lives affected by this devastation, right?
In fact, the black “rights” group has been rather silent about this current ongoing tragedy afflicting Baton Rouge, the majority black city — and one you might’ve thought the group might feel some affiliation with after the time they’ve spent there.
This black Baton Rouge resident makes a captivating viral video in his car asking Black Lives Matter and Black Panthers if he and his family really matter to them or is it really just the war they care about.
BLM and Black Panthers disgust me even more as I watch them prove how much they DON’T care for anyone, especially black lives. Here’s the whole transcript:
“Where are the Black Lives Matter and the Black Panthers? I don’t see one Black Panthers boat or one Black Lives Matter boat. All I see is our own people from our city and the Wild Life Fisheries and the Police and all that.
All I see is our people from our own city saving us going in and rescuing people. I see plenty of brothers who got boats and trucks going in and rescuing people, taking time from their lives.
I haven’t seen one not one Black Panther or BLM boat, truck or nothing else. So what all the drama going on with the Alton Sterling killing, they came out with guns ready to go to war. But here we go all these people flooded out, truly in need of some help and you can’t find not one of them. If you find one let me know. Where you at?Where your boats, where your money, where your food, where your services at?
You ain’t brought these people no water nothing yet. “B-L-M Black Lives Matter” Obviously we must not matter too much cause I ain’t seen y’all yet when we really need you. We don’t need you for the war, but we really need you for this flood.
Now I’m gonna let y’all see… where y’all at? I ain’t heard from them yet. If you really care about these people, show up now. I’m just sayin’ though”