White Lives Matter March Met With Opposing Rally; Law Enforcement Called To The Scene

I am one to believe All Lives Matter, so if I call out Black Lives Matter, I will do the same for this White Lives Matter movement.

Stop breaking this nation down by color. We are so much better than that, and when you do break it down by color, then violence follows, don’t you see that? Tensions rise every time these things happen, and I am sick of them, all of them.

I understand the idea of the White Lives Matter movement listening to the gentlemen in the video below but is it a coincidence that down the street, they were unveiling a statue at the Texas African-American History event?

From WFAA:

A large group of protesters are marching through the streets of Austin after gathering to rally against a White Lives Matter event outside the Capitol in Austin.

At the height of the protests, riot police, state troopers and other law enforcement lined the streets to monitor the clashing rallies, which remained peaceful.

The “Justice Under the Law” rally started at noon Saturday, not long after the unveiling of the Texas African-American History Memorial in the same area.

According to a Facebook event page set up by “White Lives Matter Too,” the rally was set up to protest the application of hate crimes. A banner posted on the invite reads “prosecute black hate crimes.”

Here is more coverage from twitter.com/ErinJ_KVUE:

I don’t support this rally just like I won’t support black lives matter because I am not about separating by color but I understand their reasoning. They are adults so they know they are in for whatever comes their way.

I’ll be so glad when Barack Obama leaves office. Nothing but his policies have given way to these actions. America needs to just stop, reset and move forward with a better outlook and positive direction. We can’t do that with the infection still sitting in the White House.

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