WATCH Black Lives Matter thug Shout Racial & Homophobic Slurs at Black Trump Vendor

Lol. I love the guy’s response to this Black Lives Matter psycho. “She’s sick, man. Crazy mother f-cker.”

Dumbass lady doesn’t know how capitalism works. You can sell stuff you don’t agree with. I know Indians (dots, not feathers) who run convenience stores who don’t believe people should drink alcohol or smoke, but they sell the stuff anyway. This guy was just out trying to make a buck & survive. Good for him!

This reminds me of the black cop from Tuscon, Brandon Tatum, who said “he did not feel unsafe around Trump’s supporters but was ready to fight protesters in self-defense. He calls them the most hateful, evil people he has ever seen. The demonstrators, who he recalls chanting the phrase “Black lives matter,” used profane language and gestures, leading a mother to cover her child’s ears.”

“One protester, he recounts, got beat up, but Tatum says that the man instigated a fight either by spitting on or assaulting a rally attendee. He hopes that his message makes it into the news so that typical CNN coverage of just the retaliation against the agitator doesn’t become the prevailing narrative about the rally.” (via Breitbart)

“I got a million dollars right now if you get on yo’ knees and suck my d***,” she says, apparently unaware how this whole anatomy thing works. “You’re gonna do it if you got these muthaf***** shirts for the Donald. Period. It’s the truth.”

“What happened?” the Rebel Pundit journalist asked.

“Look at it. He’s over here selling, how would you support somebody, who says, ‘He will pay for every black person and to get back on a boat and take us back where we came from?’” she said.


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