We'll go you 3,000 better a day Lauren!
Another Black Lives Matter race riot in the United States. This time, it’s in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Because a black man, Sylville Smith, was shot dead by police.
Except: Smith was a serial criminal, who wouldn’t drop a handgun when police ordered him to.
And: the police officer who shot Smith was black himself.
Yet the street thugs of Black Lives Matter rioted, burning down businesses — including many owned by black Americans.
What’s going on?
This isn’t about racial equality. This is about demonizing the police, creating racial tensions where there are none, and distracting from real political issues that Democrats would rather not talk about.
This morning I flew to Milwaukee with a cameraman. We’re going to try to find out what’s really happening here — who’s behind it, what the facts are, and, just as important, why the mainstream media keeps treating these street thugs like they’re civil rights activists.
I want to see with my own eyes what it’s like on the ground in Milwaukee — and to talk to ordinary black Americans about the Black Lives Matter paramilitary movement, and if it really represents black America today. I don’t think it does — but I want to find out.
Can you please help me?
Buying plane tickets to Milwaukee for my cameraman and me on short notice cost $2,000, plus we’ll probably have $500 in other expenses in our two-day trip.
Unlike the mainstream media, we don’t have massive budgets — we’re 100% viewer-supported.
Can you please chip in $5, $50 or even $250 to help cover our costs? I promise I’ll do my best to uncover the truth — and to share my findings with you and the world in a series of videos.
Please help me cover my costs by clicking here. Thank you very much.
P.S. I think the main victims of Black Lives Matter are ordinary black families whose neighborhoods are being burned down. I want to interview those people — don’t you? Please click here if you can help me be your voice in Milwaukee.
P.P.S. I want to cover the bad news — but I also promise to stay safe. I know it’s dangerous down there.
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Clare L, Pieuk