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Black Lives Matter Tries to Run Away from Radical Ideology, Removes Goal of Destroying the Family from Website

September 21, 2020

The “What We Believe” page included BLM’s desire to dismantle the nuclear family.

 

Tampa, FL – The Black Lives Matter website’s page listing their radical beliefs, including their desire to “disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure,” has mysteriously been changed. The new “About” page no longer includes this very specific point, even though it was prominently displayed on the site beforehand.

Here’s what was taken down, in case there’s any confusion.

After a summer of violent riots in every major U.S. city, a billion dollars in damage claims, and falling poll numbers, it seems BLM is trying to run from its vicious, Marxist, anti-American nature and keep it hidden the public. But it’s not enough to save BLM as Americans finally start to wake up and see the truth, Bishop Aubrey Shines said.

“The founders of Black Lives Matter have been very open about supporting Marxism, and until now their website clearly stated their desire to eliminate the nuclear family, a bedrock of Western civilization. What suddenly changed?” said Bishop Shines.

“While I’d love to believe BLM has suddenly had a change of heart, sadly the truth is more sinister. This is damage control. This is BLM trying to rebrand themselves in the wake of the billions in damages they’ve caused. They’re running from their radical ideology because it’s convenient. They’re running because they’ve realized regular Americans are tired of anarchy and looting, and BLM doesn’t want to lose control of the narrative they’ve so cunningly crafted. They’re welcome to run all they want, but to quote the great John Adams, ‘Facts are stubborn things,’ and we at Conservative Clergy of Color are stubborn believers in facts.”

 

To reach Bishop Aubrey Shines for interviews, please contact Will Hadden at [email protected] or call 703.739.5920