Ted Cruz’s Mic Drop Moment: Makes Media-Buried Point on Black Lives Matter
Too many Americans want to fight over the whole idea that black lives matter. Of course, they do. What kind of monster would say that they don’t? The argument is not whether black lives matter or not. The argument is whether you’re supporting the Black Lives Matter movement or not.
The media has been trying to hide this tidbit. It took Ted Cruz to break it down within his subcommittee hearing on free speech.
The Dems want there to be a blur because it benefits them. However, Republicans aren’t making the distinction clear enough – and that’s when Ted Cruz felt the need to make it crystal clear.
He explains that black lives matter, which is “unquestionably true” and goes on to say that the organization of Black lives Matter is calling for the disruption of the Western prescribed nuclear family structure along with the defunding of police departments.
Further, he says that “The actual organization denominated Black Lives Matter was created by avowed Marxists pursuing a radical agenda including defunding police departments across the country and that agenda, if implemented, would have the consequence of a great many more Black lives being lost.”
Herein lies the problem.
If we allow BLM to continue, more Black lives will be lost. Hence, you can’t say black lives matter and allow BLM to exist. They do not go together, no matter what the media may say.
Within the subcommittee meeting, the hearing focused on the free speech and the Antifa-Esque, anarchistic violence that has been happening in such cities as Portland and Seattle.
Cruz also called out corporations that have been giving money to the BLM organization as a way to show how woke and socially aware they are. So, the white-owned companies were actually giving money to an organization that had called for the boycott of white-owned corporations – Amazon, DoorDash, Microsoft, and others. They don’t even know what they’re donating to at this point.
Cruz warned of the dangers: “When corporate America flows millions of dollars into explicitly terrorist organizations … violence and terrorism [flowing] from that should not be surprising.”
This needs to be highlighted because the mainstream media is portraying BLM as the only “woke” way to demonstrate that black lives matter. One is an organization and one is a humane way of approaching the world.
Democrats want to actively push that if you aren’t supporting the Black Lives Matter Movement and organization, you don’t care about black lives – and then you’re also a racist.
Black lives matter. Yes, of course. It’s obvious. However, supporting the extremist agenda of Black Lives Matter, the group, means that you not only want to defund the police but you also want to see white-run organizations fail. It means that you want to see the idea of the “Western-imposed” family structure abolished.
The organization is using bullying tactics to falsely identify that they speak for blacks across the country. Countless black people have spoken out against the organization – yet the Dems refuse to listen. There’s too much shaming and accusations of being racist simply because people don’t want to support the extremist agenda of self-proclaimed Marxists who want to destroy the nation.
From here on out, Republicans have to be clear about where they stand. And they can thank Ted Cruz for helping to make the distinction between black lives matter and Black Lives Matter.
Cruz is now calling on everyone to understand the difference before the Dems and the mainstream media confuse everyone.
As the movement’s website reads, “Black Lives Matter began as a call to action in response to state-sanctioned violence and anti-Black racism. Our intention from the very beginning was to connect Black people from all over the world who have a shared desire for justice to act together in their communities. The impetus for that commitment was, and still is, the rampant and deliberate violence inflicted on us by the state.”
They operate under falsehoods. The violence is not rampant nor deliberate. Meanwhile, they continue to divide the nation by calling out racism where it doesn’t exist. They take and they demand rather than fostering conversations and seeking legal outlets to make a change.
Black lives matter but the BLM movement has to end.