Black activists love to preach to others about equality, fairness and tolerance, yet how they go about spreading their message is about as hypocritical as it gets.
Case in point: Students at Tulane University in New Orleans decided they would show their support for GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump by building their own wall of sandbags. They constructed the wall just outside the Kappa Alpha fraternity house and spray painted Trump’s slogan “Make America Great Again” across the front of the wall.
It didn’t take long for football players from the university’s team to make their way to the frat house and begin to tear the wall apart, even as those living in the house asked them to stop touching their property.
This is a prime example of how one group of people believes they are entitled to live by a different set of rules than the rest of society.
If a group of black students had built a wall or some other structure to show their support for Malcolm X and a group of white football players began to tear it down, they and the media would have immediately cried racism. However, because the wall had something to do with Trump, it’s apparently OK to destroy.
Watch the football players tearing down the wall in the video below:
This isn’t the first time activists have caused trouble or done damage when reacting to something related to Trump. They threaten violence at Trump events, engage in altercations with Trump supporters and cause chaos whenever they can.
Intolerance, bigotry and hate go both ways. While these activists claim that Trump and his supporters are full of hate, it’s hard to believe them when they are the ones destroying property and causing pandemonium everywhere they go.
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