Billionaire rapper Jay-Z and Team ROC, the social-justice wing of his ROC Nation company, are collaborating with other social-justice groups to bail out protesters and agitators arrested on the streets of Wisconsin following Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm’s announcement on Wednesday police officer Joseph Mensah will not face criminal charges in the fatal February shooting of Alvin Cole.
“What do we want? Dead cops! When do we want them? Now!” It would surprise many, given mainstream media suppression of truth, to learn that the preceding was chanted by Black Lives Matter protesters. What’s even more surprising, however, is that such sentiments aren’t limited to street rabble but are echoed by the powerful and supposedly sophisticated — in think tanks, political office, and elsewhere.
In this episode of Behind The Deep State, host Alex Newman exposes how the Deep State is using the LGBT movement as a weapon to wage war on family, marriage, the Bible, and the Church. Alex goes through the key Deep State players in this such as George Soros, Tom Gill, Jon Stryker, Hollywood, and Big Business. He also says the next step will be the normalization of pedophilia and the unleashing of further government persecution against Christians who refuse to bow before the idols of the LGBT movement.
Despite liberals bashing the Paycheck Protection Program as a handout for the rich, at least 18 progressive groups with ties to billionaire George Soros applied for and were green-lighted for federal loans meant to help small business owners amid the COVID-19 crisis, receiving up to $20 million total in taxpayer dollars.
It is becoming increasingly clear that revolutionaries wreaking havoc in the streets and their allies in the Deep State are using old communist tactics to wage war on America. The cure for COVID-19 was apparently — a riot? At least it seemed like it there for a minute. One day, the establishment claimed it was murder to go out in public for anything “non-essential.” The next day, not going out in public and assembling in large crowds was tacit support for “systemic racism” and “white supremacy.” Even leading public officials agreed.
In an opinion piece that stretches the boundaries of logic and reason even for a newspaper as liberal as the New York Times, Mariame Kaba attempts to blow away the cobwebs and clarify what liberal groups such as BLM and Antifa mean when they say “Abolish the Police.” The answer is in the title of her article: “Yes, We Mean Literally Abolish the Police — Because Reform Won’t Happen.”
Black Lives Matter is coming to a public school near you. The national organization Black Lives Matter at School is seeking to foment a “new uprising for racial justice” by injecting Black Lives Matter’s “guiding principles” (including concepts such as “globalism,” “transgender affirming” and “queer affirming”) into school curriculums throughout the country.
America’s Marxist agitators have a well-funded get-out-of-jail free card waiting for them, one that has the support of a familiar name: George Soros. Following the death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis Police Department officer and the resultant protests and riots, bail-out charities have been infused with huge amounts of donations with which to post bail for the rioters, looters, and vandals arrested amid the anarchy.
As protests, riots, and vandalism continue across America in response to the death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis Police Department officer, members of the Minneapolis City Council are promising to “dismantle” the police department and “replace” it with a “transformative” new model of law enforcement altogether.
The communists are back to their old tricks: Pressure from above, and pressure from below, to destroy freedom and all who resist. In recent days, United Nations “High Commissioner for Human Rights” Michelle Bachelet, an actual communist who defected to the brutal dictatorship enslaving East Germany, blasted the United States amid protests and riots, painting the nation as a racist abomination in need of deep reforms to address “structural racism.”