2020 is shaping up to be the worst year since 2001 – when Al-Qaeda terrorist Osama bin Laden orchestrated attacks against our great nation – and it’s looking like a return to normalcy is too far away to accurately predict when it will happen.
In the meantime, liberals are demonizing the police force, we’re battling a nationwide deadly virus, and to add fuel to the fire, we have riots and looting in the streets by Antifa and Black Lives Matter protesters.
But one famous African American actor was attacked for seeing the forest through the trees, warning that Black Lives Matter might ultimately evolve into this instead.
You’re probably familiar with actor Terry Crews.
Crews is a mountain of a man, standing 6’6” tall and built like a cement truck, but he’s also one of the funniest actors working today.
You may know him from playing President Camacho in “Idiocracy,” but he’s more famously known for his work on the hit television show, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”
The famous black comedic actor is not happy with what he’s seeing in America’s streets right now, particularly his issues with the Black Lives Matter organization. Crews warned his Twitter followers last week that he hopes “Black Lives Matter doesn’t morph into Black Lives Better.”
Crews wrote, “If you are a child of God, you are my brother and sister. I have family of every race, creed and ideology. We must ensure [black lives matter] doesn’t morph into [black lives better].”
As you can imagine or have already guessed, the liberal pitchfork mob brought their A-game to mindlessly attack Crews.
Martin Luther King Jr.’s daughter Bernice King responded, “We’re so far from that bridge, Terry. [Black Lives Matter] is, in part, a rallying cry and a protest slogan to galvanize people into doing the justice work needed to derail the deaths, dehumanization and destruction of Black lives that racism causes. Justice is not a competition.”
Creator of “For Life” on ABC, Felonious Munk, wrote, “can we climb the mountain that it will take to make Black lives actually matter before you start worrying about a slippery slope on the other side of it?”
Like playing a video game where each level has a new harder boss you have to defeat, the next level for Crews was on Don Lemon’s CNN show where the debate suddenly escalated to the implication that Crews was an “Uncle Tom.”
Lemon mansplained black America to a black American by saying, “Terry, you realize that even during the civil rights movement, that Dr. [Martin Luther] King was seen as extreme. That movement was seen as extreme. To people who don’t want to make change, movements are seen as an extreme. You can paint them easily as an extreme when they are not.”
Crews elaborated that there needs to be a nonracial element to every movement because if it was racially motivated than a lot of resentment would build to the point that Black Lives Matter morphs into Black Lives Better. Crews added, “I don’t want to move from one oppressor to the next.”
It’s amazing how Hollywood and the liberal mainstream media try to silence freedom of speech advocates. The left has become intolerant to any viewpoints outside of their own, which will ultimately be the destruction of Democracy.
Crews can hold this opinion and not be an “Uncle Tom.” It’s actually racist of them to call him that for speaking his views. Also, he’s right about it. Black Lives Matter is walking dangerously close to exceptionalism, which is counterintuitive to everything America stands for. Every person gets a shot here in America, regardless of your skin color.