5 Black Lives Matter Tweets That Define Its Leadership

black lives matter tweets that define their leadership

5 Black Lives Matter Tweets That Define Its Leadership

If you have been following the news over the past few years, you are well aware of the politically fueled movement of Black Lives Matter. If you have been following us for any amount of time, you should be well aware that this “movement” is merely nothing more than a well-funded and organized movement based on false information to accomplish political goals, most of which have nothing to do with law enforcement.

Here are 5 Black Lives Matter tweets that highlight them straight from their own “leaders,” Alicia Garza, Al Sharpton, Patrisse Cullors, and Opal Tometi.

1. On July 25, 2016 Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza tweeted that Black Lives Matter wasn’t setting race relations back, because they have already been going backwards since the 1700s. I had no idea that race relations have been getting worse since the enslavement of black people, but Garza says that it’s so:

2. On July 22, 2016 when Republican candidate Donald Trump accepted the Republican nomination for president. Trump advised his convention delegates that the country is in a “moment of crisis” and promised to “restore law and order.” In response, Garza Tweeted the following:

3. On Octover 10, 2016 the “Reverend” himself Tweeted about the presidential debate that occurred the night prior. He expressed his frustration that “police reform” was not discussed in a location just 15 miles from the city that thrust Black Lives Matter into the spot light, the location of the justified police shooting of Michael Brown Jr.


4. On October 2, 2016 Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors Tweeted about the justified shooting of Carnell Snell, a man who decided to test fate by pointing a loaded gun at police. She clearly missed the facts in this one, just like all the rest. 

5. The final co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, Opal Tometi, doesn’t do much of her own original content Tweets, but she sure does do a lot of re-Tweeting. Just today she Tweeted this video of a white man attacking a minority on a subway for unknown reasons. Check out how the video is described in the captions. For a “movement” that is about racial quality and closing the gap of division, this doesn’t seem very fitting:

While these Black Lives Matter Tweets do a decent job of displaying how irrational and ignorant their agenda is, and straight from their own “leaders” no less, this is but a snippet of the hate and division they spread through their “movement.”

Have you seen any Black Lives Matter tweets lately that are facepalm worthy? Share them in the comments below or on our Facebook page.

  • Todd Halliwell

    Unreal that they allow this hatred and propaganda be pumped into our country.. spreading hatred towards any race isnt going to solve anything. If we work together and accept each others differences and move forward to peace we can live as Americans.. Hate will never win.. Disrespecting the men and woman in blue is awful.. If u fight the law exspect consinquences , if the cop messed up there will be consinquences.. Is justice always perfect no..but what is.. If we become divided, we are already defeated…

    • Kristen Loomis

      In an ideal America that’s how things would work. Unfortunately there are still racist people, of all races, who have a right to speak their opinion just as much as the next person. I think a pretty sizeable portion of the country doesn’t actively react to obvious differences between themselves and others in a platonic situation. It’s the people on the fringes that start the issues.

      As far as respecting law enforcement, again, I think most people do, but there is a lot of uncertainty lately for people of color. Most officers are good people who will work with the person they stopped as long as respect and compliance happens. However there are bad apples in law enforcement and they cause a ripple effect in both the departments and the public eye. It adds to the uncertainty.

      As far as there being justice if the officer messes up, it’s not usually the case. Most of the time the officer gets found innocent and it leaves people of color feeling like the officers aren’t accountable for their actions. The justice system is slanted and needs to be leveled out.

  • CarolinaCries

    I read more than I needed to get angry. I don’t and have never called a black anything than their name. I have always tried to treat everyone equal. This crap makes my blood boil. They are inciting violence because of things THEY get caught doing criminally. The tweets about money baffle me. Where are the millions Soros has poured into BLM? The leaders pockets? Black people should be asking that question. Millions of dollars will go a long way into effecting changes in their communities.

    • C rizzo

      A large amount of that money is used for transportation and lodging for professional protesters and professional looters that they move about the country and now worldwide. The black race is being used by an extremely rich WHITE guy for political positioning, they are pawns in what they think is a BLACK movement but they have been duped again by liberals and Democrat’s. Most successful, employed, productive and happy black people are embarrassed by blm and there supporters. Most blm supporters are Extremely unhappy with their lives and need a place to lay blame. blm supporters confuse FAILURE with OPPRESSION.

      • Kristen Loomis

        BLM is about being a victim. It’s not about being successful as many black people have managed to be, in spite of what discrimination does still runs rampant in our country still to this day. They don’t encourage any of their supporters to look for a hand up, only a hand out. Instead of encouraging personal responsibility they push the blame game. Failure? It’s the man holding them down. This is not okay.

    • Kristen Loomis

      To my knowledge only $660,000 has been publicly reported to have been given from Soros to BLM. Speculation, naturally, given who it is, has this number a lot higher. They also have other high income supporters such as Jay-Z and Beyoncé who both have amassed a nice amount of money for themselves amongst others.

      It’s believed that Soros is behind the busloads of “professional protesters/rioters” also, whether that’s facilitated through BLM or another method I don’t know.

  • C rizzo

    blm has ZERO credibility, they cry and whine about defunding and abolishing law enforcement, then the founder of the black lives matter chapter in Houston TX gets robbed of his wallet and cell phone at GUNPOINT BY A BLACK MAN and the next day he is on camera DEMANDING MORE POLICE PRESENCE in his neighborhood, come on you asshats need to be on the same page if anyone is to take you seriously.

    • Kristen Loomis

      I’d rather people not take them seriously while they want to protest over clean LEO involved shootings, before and after they have the facts, and while they’re supporting the dissolution of the “nuclear family” as if children don’t benefit from having both positive parental influences in their lives.

      They need to continue to be a joke, and more people need to stop taking their words as gospel.

  • PaRo Lee

    As far as I’m concerned, this is all political fabrication to get people wound up, cause hate and discontent and try to start an outbreak of sorts on a large scale so Obama can invoke Martial law.
    Should it look like HRC is losing that is when he’ll pull his crap.

    • Kristen Loomis

      #MickeyMouse2016

  • I’mNotYourFather

    It’s funny how they differentiate whites and colored. So, do you want to be called colored people again? And why is it that you are either a white person so a colored person? I remember white being a color. Hmmmm, oh here they are a box a crayons. Note let me open the box of colored crayons, yep it’s there, white right on the mix of all colors.

  • WickedWestside

    This post is silly and doesn’t do anything other than take 5 random Tweets from an orgsnization you know very little about to spread misinformation to support your own agenda, which is ironic because most Americans including those who want an end to police brutality and excessive force, support police. Someone should fact check these little pieces too. Al Sharpton is not a BLM founder or leader. Is being Black and an activist what makes him an automatic BLM leader by association? I don’t believe that better police training is an ignorant agenda especially if certain groups are being disproportionately affected by police killings or being harrassed.

    The US DOJ found this to be true in it’s assessment of The Ferguson Police Department. This is an embarassment to the blue badge not something you should be supporting http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/03/04/us/ferguson-police-racial-discrimination.html

    Citizens Review Boards across the country have consisently slammed local agencies for excessive force in police shootings with unarmed victims.

    The result is a slew of lawsuits and judgments that the taxpayers foot the bill for. I have the utmost respect for law enforcement . GOD that job must suck on some days. However, there is a real failure by departments and organizations like this one to recognize that change needs to happen from within the departments from the top down. That is not debatable. The number of unarmed citizens killed and these disturbing citizen videos make that very apparent. Finally, you can’t change the meaning of something for another group because you don’t agree. If someone says Black Lives Matter it doesn’t mean Blue Lives don’t. The title of the organization is about focus not exclusion.

  • Roger Rose

    Hillary and Obama have encouraged and applauded Black Lives
    Matter which has said repeatedly they will kill Police and people that do not
    look like them, in fact this is already happening, this is encouraging RACISM
    and RACIAL VIOLENCE, this has resulted in police officers being shot in the
    back by cowardly thugs, this has resulted in riots and burning of the cities
    where these thugs live, this has resulted in assaults, property damage and deaths
    of people that are not BLACK not one Democrat has an issue with that, this is
    what Democrats support. All Democrats are 100% responsible for supporting this,
    All Democrats are 100% WORTHLESS PEOPLE.

    • Kristen Loomis

      I haven’t heard about any officers being shot in the back, sources? Chest, face, arms, side, but not back. What articles have we missed?

      Also when did you take the time to go talk to ALL the Democrats? Man you have a lot of time and money or something, that must have taken ages.

      • Nelson Socarras

        Not all Democrats are bad but they have as a party kept the shitstorm coming and on top of that have repeated the same speach. Better healthcare, better schools, more for the minorities but yet…..stilllllwaitingggg.

        • Kristen Loomis

          Oh yeah totally, there is a shit ton of lip service that’s always given during election season that never comes to fruition. They keep doing it because people keep letting them and won’t hold them properly accountable. Really, until a third party candidate becomes a force to be reckoned with and possibly even wins the election, this sick cycle will just continue.

          • Nelson Socarras

            We the people are tools….we work, we live, we die….they get richer as a family, we are governed by long lasting wealthy families. Hey kinda like the UK is…sorta.

  • Jeffery Vincent

    Blm is made up of welfare bums,drug addicts,drug dealers and criminals.f there bull s and lies.get a life losers.

    • Kristen Loomis

      Except for the celebrities who support it, the school teachers supporting it, the business people supporting it… let’s not be ignorantly stereotyping here. You don’t have to support or agree with BLM to avoid making such assessments.

  • Simon Marmeladov

    Rural Kansas here. Long time reader first time comment. I agree with y’all in principle, but at the same time think we need to be open to doing some reform to police. If we just stone wall them and just shut them down, we are doomed to repeat the failures of so many conservatives in American history. Stonewalled and shut down an issue until it got away from them and then they had no say in the outcome. Has happened time and time again.

    We all got passion, that’s for sure. We need to be true to our goals and understand that to achieve them, we need to give a little bit while we still have a voice in it. We can do simple stuff like police training, helping our boys in blue out with more resources and whatnot. Then we don’t have to worry about another video, and another intense wave of BLM outcry or whatever. Sooner or later, if it don’t change, it will get away from us and then we’ll really be lamenting the state of America.