BLM Admits ‘Communities Terrorized at Greater Rate’ Under Biden than Trump

On Tuesday, the Black Lives Matter (BLM) organization voiced their disappointment in President Joe Biden for "sending more military equipment" to local police than former President Donald Trump.

“Our communities are being terrorized at a greater rate than they had been under Trump,” BLM tweeted. “Biden is currently sending more military equipment to our neighborhoods than Trump did. You read that right."

I guess the grass isn't always greener on the other side, huh?

Breitbart reports:

BLM also noted Biden’s first 100 days are quickly approaching, a deadline the organization has set for ending “transfers” of military equipment to local communities.

“Biden’s first 100 days are up in 10 days. By then we need him to which transfers military equipment into the hands of police across the country– including school & campus police,” they tweeted.

Their website cites the 1033 Program, a Law Enforcement Support Office, which grants shifts of “surplus military-grade equipment to local law enforcement agencies across the country.” They also contend, “over $7 billion has been given to law enforcement agencies” since the Clinton administration.

The organization points to the “military” apparently seen on the “streets ahead of the Chauvin verdict” as an example of “state-sanctioned violence against Black people,” their website reads.

Despite their claims of caring about black lives, BLM is quite the opposite. They burn down, loot, and riot in black neighborhoods and burn down black owned businesses. How does that express that "black lives matter?"

Even the the families of Breonna Taylor and Michael Brown, “two of the iconic victims in the Black Lives Matter movement,” are questioning where all the money being raised is going.

Taylor’s family even the Kentucky Black Lives Matter division a “fraud.”

BLM thought that they would terrorize the country to help get Biden into office in turn for him to give them what they want. Now they are realizing that it was never going to happen. They were just pawns in the game, like we have tried to tell them from the beginning.