Do ‘White Lives Matter’ in Charlotte? Internet Outrage Grows After Protests Turn Violent

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The ongoing riots in Charlotte over the police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott has some outraged observers wondering if “white lives matter.”

 Influential finance blogger Zero Hedge, among others, have drawn attention to a video posted on social media that appears to show black Charlotte rioters “beating, dragging, stripping, and laughing at an innocent white man.”

Many were also outraged by witness reports that Charlotte rioters had tried to throw a photographer into a burning fire.

Other videos emerged on social media showing violent black rioters attacking white bystanders. Users tweeted them out using the hashtag #WhiteLivesMatter.

https://twitter.com/Emma1510R/status/779002312585084928?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

The left-wing Poverty Law Center has described “White Lives Matter” as a “racist” and “neo-Nazi” movement established in response to the Black Lives Matter movement.

With Multiculturalism and the growing hatred and racism toward white skinned people in both Europe and the USA, what future do they have in the world full of leftist bigotry and hatred?

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One Comment

  1. In reality it’s not about black or white lives because none of us matter to our government.
    This is about the ushering in of a federal global police force and the only way that can happen is if our local police are considered inferior otherwise it doesn’t fit the narrative.
    This is about the gradual degrading of confidence in local authority and sovereignty.

    Otherwise why are we watching two cops hide behind a truck screaming at the suspect to put the gun down and questioning if there is really a gun?

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