'Black Lives Matter Plaza': D.C. Mayor 'Officially' Designates Section of 16th Street in Front of White House

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Is the current racial divide in this country about people actually caring about black people or is it more about "orange man bad?" The mayor of Washington D.C. seems deadset on shoving her activism in the face of President Donald Trump and the nation following a city block-wide painting of the term "Black Lives Matter" and another city government action designed to divide rather than unite.

Democrat Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser tweeted video of city employees installing a new street sign on "the section of 16th street in front of the White House" on Friday. Bowser's office has "officially" declared that space as "Black Lives Matter Plaza."

This is no longer about justice for George Floyd. It seems as though Bowser is using the BLM activist movement as a way to try and get some kind of reaction from Trump in order to prove he's a racist in some way.

Another politician using the leftist mantra of "never let a crisis go to waste."

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