(Tea Party 247) – While the leftist media outlets want us to believe that all white people are racists they also want us to believe that all black people are on board with the radical agenda of Black Lives Matter but the truth is neither is true. In a video that is going viral, several American rappers are shown in various video clips speaking out against the hateful BLM rhetoric and pointing to problems within their own communities as being more urgent.
Black on black crime, for example, is a problem for black communities far worse than supposed police racism and brutality (not that it doesn’t exist just not in the way that BLM purports). Rappers from Snoop Dog to The Game to A$AP Rocky are seen giving their reasonable and level-headed views on the situation.
In the end, the left knows that black people oppress themselves far more than anyone else (The Game discusses this point in the video) and until black people realize that and start taking responsibility for the crime and violence in their own neighborhoods, nothing will change and blacks will continue to be a group of people manipulated and controlled by the Dems.
Watch the video for yourself:
The video starts with A$AP Rocky, the rapper who was released from Swedish jail in 2019 thanks to the efforts of President Trump, criticizing the Black Lives Matter movement for remaining silent about the incredible amount of black on black murders in Democrat-controlled cities like Chicago.
A$AP Rocky has a history of speaking his mind when it comes to the problems plaguing the black community although he has said he never wanted to be a political activist.
In 2016, A$AP Rocky gave an interview in which he discussed some comments he made in 2015 that riled up the left and also clarified his views on BLM and the media.
Here’s The Guardian’s report on that from 2016:
With his remarks again being discussed and condemned, Rocky granted a long interview to the New York hip-hop radio show The Breakfast Club. After saying his remarks had been misquoted, and that he had been mourning A$AP Yams at the time he had spoken to the magazine.
Attempting to clarify his view that it shouldn’t take police shootings to focus attention on discrimination against black people, Rocky said: “I just get upset, and what I was really trying to say there was, like, yo, I just, I hate when the bandwagon stuff start. I mean, how come, you know, black lives only matter when a police take ’em, when a police officer takes it? And it should be like, black lives, it should matter when a black life take it. You know what I mean? It should always matter. All lives matter!”
“All lives matter” has been condemned as a detracting from Black Lives Matter, for its implicit suggestion that black people do not suffer disproportionately from police violence in the US.
He said he could not speak about specific incidents because he had not been present when they took place and was not an eyewitness. “People don’t know what they talking about. They see what they read,” he said. He explained he felt he had no right to comment on incidents such as the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson: “I don’t go to middle American cities. We’re in the major markets.”
If black lives matter why don’t they seem to matter when they don’t echo the radical rhetoric of BLM?