Marxist BLM Co-Founder Alicia Garza Compares Kentucky AG to Anti-Civil Rights Democrat Bull Connor

Nick Kangadis | September 24, 2020
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Some people love to push propagandistic messages, and some people are simply don’t know what they’re talking about. Both seem to apply to a large portion of the far-left. Then again, Marxists aren’t exactly known for their mental acumen.

Alicia Garza, the Marxist and anti-capitalist co-founder of Black Lives Matter (BLM), made an appearance on MSNBC’s “The ReidOut” on Wednesday following the grand jury decision in the Breonna Taylor case. Garza spoke about Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron as if he was less than a black man because of his political affiliation and the speech he gave following the decision.

"I think what I saw this morning was a Bull Connor speech in 2020," she told activist host Joy Reid. ”And you’re right, unfortunately, it was being given by a Black prosecutor."

Garza’s comment came after Reid self-righteously opined about Cameron’s race doesn’t matter because he didn’t say what the left wanted him to say about the grand jury’s decision to charge one of the officer’s with three counts of wanton endangerment.

Here is what Reid said:

I think you have to always look at party. Party is the religion now in America -- especially for Republicans. Don’t look at the fact that this guy is black. That does not mean anything. He is a Republican through and through. He spoke at the RNC [Republican National Convention]. He told you who he was. Believe him.

It’s a wonder how Reid came to the conclusion that a political party is the religion of Republicans when a large portion of far-leftists and communists are atheists and depend on the state for everything. But you do you, Joy.

So because Cameron is a Republican, it’s okay to discount his race? We shouldn’t think in terms of race for most things, but Reid is the typical race hustler who claims black people are less black for not thinking just like her.

As far as Garza’s comparison of Cameron’s speech to that of former Alabama politician Bull Connor? Well, she might want to brush up on her history, because Connor…was an anti-civil rights, segregationist Democrat.

Another case of the left being the side of true racism. Always have been, always will.

For video of the segment, watch below:


H/T: Fox News

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