Agitators were invited to the White House for a Christmas Party.
They also met with Attorney General Loretta Lynch. The same AG Lynch who is now investigating the arrest of Clock Boy and who yesterday said that “actions predicated on violent talk” about muslims will be “prosecuted”.
— AG Loretta Lynch (@LorettaLynch) December 4, 2015
— deray mckesson (@deray) December 4, 2015
In case you don’t know their names from their Twitter handles, they are Deray McKesson, Johnetta Elzie, Samuel Sinyangwe and Brittany Packnett.
Just a reminder, at least two of them have ties to Teach for America, and as such, are professional, tax payer funded agitators.
I’ve also pointed out one of these TFA agitators was on the President’s 21 Century policing task force. I’ve asked what a Teach for America employee was doing on a task force on policing before, but never got a satisfactory answer on that question until I saw the “Campaign Zero” website:
Campaign ZERO was developed with contributions from activists, protesters and researchers across the nation. This data-informed platform presents comprehensive solutions to end police violence in America. It integrates community demands and policy recommendations from research organizations and the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing. Together, we will win.
“Together, we will win.” Win what, exactly?
A lot of links in one paragraph; culminating in one at the White House.
The second link goes to another site called “Demands.org“. This is the website that lists all the campuses where Special Snowflake college kids protested in their safe spaces and their ‘demands’.
By linking to ‘The Demands’, we see Black Live Matter acknowledging their role in the college campus protests.
It’s been my working theory since I saw the TFA engagement in Black Lives Matter that this was an orchestrated ‘movement’ which would filter backwards through education, starting in college and working its way into K-12. I have been correct so far. The next wave is K-12 and they have already put the ‘school to prison pipeline‘ narrative into place for that.
The third link of ‘research organizations goes to JusticeInPolicing.com. This is the interesting one.
Check out Center for Popular Democracy’s partners which include a ton of unions , including the National Education Association (NEA). The very first ‘state’ level partner they list is from right here in NC.
Keep in mind one question when you see any protest ‘movement’: Where is the money coming from?
- TFA Not Even Hiding Their Social Justice Warrior Agenda Anymore
- The Dynamic Political Duo of TFA and LEE
- Re: Teach for America’s Professional Agitators
- More Protesters Laying Down In The Road In Durham
- You Will Be Made To Care – Fed Ed Edition
- Regarding The POTUS’ Task Force On 21st Century Policing