So, you really think Black Lives Matter wants peace and unity?

WRONG! That is the very last thing the leaders of this Soros-Funded Communist group wants.

As Brandon Morse reported recently a Black Lives Matter group in Wichita and area police did come togethercome together

Wichita Kansas has been watching the events unfold in cities like Dallas and Baton Rouge. They’ve seen the tragedies unfold as cops are killed, and communities are torn apart by the fear generated by division.

And so they made the resolution that this wouldn’t be them.

That’s why a Black Lives Matter group in Wichita decided to ditch the idea for a protest they had planned for Sunday, and instead have a cookout for their community, which they invited police to. They called it “First Steps Community Cookout,” and according to local sources, the event was a resounding success.

Relationships were really strengthened during the cookout. Questioned were answered, and racial tensions were healed, according to one interviewee during a video about the cookout.

“It was a bonding moment where the police saw them as children and my [sons] got to see them as people! It was a great first step Chief Gordon Ramsey and Wichita PD!” said one woman who attended with her children.
With all the protests, shootings, and violence happening between police officers and Black Lives Matter, it’s this kind of outreach that will heal tensions, not protests that only cause more division. Communities coming together to talk it out, and have fun together is the way forward.
Yesterday, RedState highlighted a group of young black adultspraying over a police officer, who wept as he hugged them in thanks. If we continue to see more stories like this one, then way may see an end to all the violence, and misunderstanding.
Hats off to Wichita for leading the way in repairing community relationships.
Great right? This is what we need far more of right? Well, it seems that BLM was not too pleased with this unity stuff
Enter DC’s Black Lives Matter chapter, which wholly rejects Wichita’s peaceful intentions. So much so, that they felt it important to send out a tweet denouncing “First Steps,” and declaring that the peaceful gathering was not in line with its principles.

Patrisse Cullors, who co-founded the national organization, said in a statement “The group of people who had a BBQ with the police are not affiliated with BlackLivesMatter.”

She said later, “We don’t sit on panels with law enforcement, and we don’t have BBQ’s or cookouts with law enforcement. We feel the best method at this point in history is by holding police accountable by organizing and advocating for police accountability.”

Well now, I guess we know what REALLY matters to BLM now don’t we? And it clearly is NOT making peaceful strides and fixing divides. It is, I would surmise the exact opposite

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