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A prominent member of the #BlackLivesMatter “movement” took to his Twitter account recently to let “white” America know what’s going to happen if GOP front-runner Donald Trump wins the November elections, and unsurprisingly, the media has been absolutely silent.
Tef Poe is a rapper and prominent member of the hate group, and he has a message for “white people” that needs to be spread as far and as wide as possible – If Trump wins the presidency, “niggas” like himself are “hell bent” on “inciting riots everywhere” they go to. No seriously, check out the screen grab of the tweet below:
“Dear white people if Trump wins young niggas such as myself are fully hell bent on inciting riots everywhere we go. Just so you know,” tweeted Poe on Wednesday.
The hate-filled tweet was followed up by another ominous promise: “Trump wins aint no more rules fammo. We’ve been too nice as is.”
Trump wins aint no more rules fammo. We've been too nice as is.
— War Machine III (@TefPoe) March 16, 2016
And Trump and his supporters are the problem? Yeah, okay.
You’re probably wondering who this Poe guy is. Well, he’s been mentioned in more articles documenting the rise of #BlackLivesMatter than one can count, and he’s the one credited with coining the phrase “This ain’t your grandparents’ civil rights movement.” Not only that, he started the Hands Up United “social justice” organization that emerged after strong-arm robbery suspect Michael Brown was given the taxpayer relief shot.
Unsurprisingly, after doing exactly what Trump and his supporters have been accused of ad nauseum, Poe deleted the original tweet like a coward. Now, according to InfoWars, he’s claiming people are “slandering” him. Unreal.
Now the prospect of riots this election cycle hasn’t been completely ignored. Only it wasn’t Poe who was blasted by the media for suggesting them – it was Donald Trump. Shocker.
Trump told CNN that if the GOPe steals the nomination out from under him, “I think you would have riots. I think you would have riots. I think you would see problems like you’ve never seen before. I think bad things would happen. I really do.”
Of course, the liberal media, joined by Ted Cruz, quickly blasted The Donald for allegedly trying to incite violence, even though he was only stating an observation. Meanwhile, as Paul Joseph Watson pointed out, such criticisms were noticeably absent after feral thugs went on a rampage through Ferguson, Missouri, and the rioting was even defended by some liberal news sites.
Why is the media upset at Trump for invoking riots? According to them, it's a legitimate form of protest. pic.twitter.com/jdfhg7utxo
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) March 16, 2016
Again, this needs to be spread everywhere so that people can see who the real problem is. It’s not people peacefully assembling to hear their favorite candidate speak; it’s not the candidate encouraging people to stick up for themselves; and it’s not those trying to change the country for the better – it’s the lowlife thugs who are pissed off that they won’t have a pandering, enabling, and otherwise cowardly person as president, and it’s apparent they’ll stop at nothing to ensure it doesn’t happen.