BLM Won’t Be Invited to Trump’s White House

Hillary Clinton and other Leftists were all too ready to hand the keys to the slaves quarters to Black Lives Matter.

Obama had the terrorists as guests to the White House on multiple occasions. Then Hillary Clinton pandered to them on at least twice, when she pursued the black vote.

I won’t speak for President Trump, as he is unpredictable. But hopefully he won’t entertain these anti-American anarchists. According to BLM, they don’t want to meet with him.

As All Hip Hop reported,

It looks like there will be no love lost between Donald Trump and the founders of the Black Lives Matter movement.

In a recent interview with NPR, co-founder Patrisse Cullors said there would be absolutely no negotiating with Donald Trump or anyone in his administration.

“We’re not going to be taking meetings with Donald Trump,” Patrisse Cullors said. “We’re not going to be sitting with his Attorney General. What we will be doing is protesting. What we will be doing is calling for an end to white nationalism and fascism.”

The Black Lives Matter movement has grown into a nation-wide network with more than 40 chapters inside the United States and around the world.

Funny how Cullors implies that Trump would have wanted to meet with these cop killers?

Note that neither Obama nor Hillary Clinton ever asked to meet with the Tea Party Community. We wouldn’t have met with them anyway.

When I think of that, I’m reminded of what Thomas Sowell said, when asked if he would meet with Al Sharpton. Sowell commented, [pp] “Why would I get between a man and the way he earns his money?”

Sowell went to say that Sharpton will not change the way he earns his keep. I would add that Sharpton is a sellout. I couldn’t represent a fake cause, all for the sake of a buck.

No meeting necessary. 

As for a meeting with Trump, our objective is not to seek a meeting with President Trump, though not for the same reasons.

We would forego a meeting, because our objective would be for Trump to have no choice but to meet with us.

I would consider a meeting with President-elect Trump as an early negotiation. I don’t think he would respect us. A meeting now or in the near future would not bode well in the art of the deal. Trump would see this meeting as we needing him more than he needing us.

Simply put, a meeting with him now would make us appear weak.

The Tea Party Community is not weak. We have tens of thousands of members, but millions of potential members. No matter what Trump says or does, we can do more.

Though I’m glad we have him, he needs us more than we need him. He needs to know that as soon as possible, by our actions and deeds; not by talk.

That said, I can’t wait for our invitation to meet with President Trump in the next couple of years.


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