Couple is Charged With Hate Crime for Painting Over a BLM Mural

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Contra Costa County District Attorney Diana Becton, whose campaign was funded by George Soros, charged protesters with a hate crime and is seeking to put them in prison for a year for painting over a city-approved mural on the street that reads ‘Black Lives Matter’. While the woman painted, the man said all lives matter. Both sides exchanged curses. The law is not equally applied as BLM protesters and Antifa have avoided prosecution for rioting, looting and destroying statues all across America, which is far more destructive than paining over a mural. -GEG

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Charles Andrew Robinson
Charles Andrew Robinson
1 year ago

Oxford seems to have a backbone & stands up to its beliefs. People forget the US was not the only country to have slavery. Attepting to rewrite history is absurd. Think of history’s lessons learned & how far we have evolved. The US should do the same but won’t. The letter (below) is a response from Oxford University to black students attending as Rhodes Scholars who demand the university removes the statue of Oxford Benefactor, Cecil Rhodes. Interestingly, Chris Patten (Lord Patten of Barnes), The Chancellor of Oxford University, was on the Today Programme on BBC Radio 4 on precisely… Read more »