Jerry L. Washington, a Baton Rouge native, called out Black Lives Matter and the Black Panthers on a video to his Facebook page asking why activists haven’t done anything to help the African-Americans in Louisiana.
“Where are the Black Lives Matter and the Black Panthers?” Washington says in the video. “Because I ain’t seen one Black Panther boat or one Black Lives Matter boat. All I see is our own people from our own city saving us.”
“All the drama that was going on with the Alton Sterling killing, they came out with guns ready to go to war. But here we go, all these people flooded out and truly in need of help and we can’t find not one of them,” Washington says.
“If y’all out there, where ya at? Where ya boats? Where ya money? Where ya food? Where ya services at? … Black Lives Matter: Obviously we must [not] matter too much, because I ain’t seen y’all yet, when we really need ya.”
According to Fox News, the video has quickly gone viral with more than 2.5 million views.
Black Lives Matter (BLM) is an international activist movement, originating in the African-American community, that campaigns against violence and systemic racism toward black people. The ironic thing is that their protests are mostly unorganized with thugs shutting down freeways and rioting in black communities.
Washington is correct, where is Black Lives Matter and the Black Panther’s when black Louisiana residents are flooded out of their homes and in desperate need of help, no doubt planning more ‘peaceful’ protests.