Picking up where I left off yesterday despite some black activists, clergy and political folks being in their feelings. They’re not used to “We the People” having a voice. They don’t like us having a platform and being able to check them. Keep in mind, before the internet era they never had to answer to black people, we could never get at them, they were untouchable. Sheltered and protected by their handlers. Those days are over. With one click we can demand answers, accountability… Or expose the exploitation of black deaths, pain and suffering for access, more comforts within the system and grants. Their own words, deeds and actions (or lack of) expose them… show many of them to be less than honest and not to be the warriors for the black struggle they were propped up to be. Instead they’re used against the struggle. Malcolm warned us. Black people are waking up. And that scares them.

Picking up where I left off yesterday despite some black activists, clergy and political folks being in their feelings. They’re not used to “We the People” having a voice. They don’t like us having a platform and being able to check them. Keep in mind, before the internet era they never had to answer to black people, we could never get at them, they were untouchable. Sheltered and protected by their handlers. Those days are over. With one click we can demand answers, accountability… Or expose the exploitation of black deaths, pain and suffering for access, more comforts within the system and grants. Their own words, deeds and actions (or lack of) expose them… show many of them to be less than honest and not to be the warriors for the black struggle they were propped up to be. Instead they’re used against the struggle. Malcolm warned us. Black people are waking up. And that scares them.

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