Black Lives Matter Is Seeking To Rile Conservative And Patriotic Americans By Juxtaposing “All Lives Matter” With “All Buildings Matter” On The 19th Anniversary Of The Worst Terror Attack On US Soil
Were you wondering what these godless people might do to attack what it means to be an American on one of the most somber days in our nation’s history? Well, Black Lives Matter is here to make a mockery of the nearly 3,000 who died 19 years ago. Some users posted inappropriate jokes and others mocked conservatives, but more than a handful were genuinely annoyed that an annual tribute is paid to those who died that day. Below, we’ve included quite a number of statements made by BLM supporters and have archived them for the sake of posterity.
The hashtag #AllBuildingsMatter was ranked 2nd at the time of this publication.
The number two trend in the country is #AllBuildingsMatter.— Errol Webber For Congress (CA-37) (@ErrolWebber) September 11, 2020
Twitter is allowing this to trend with only 4,400 tweets but suppressed the #CancelNetflix hashtag.
We are dealing with evil. pic.twitter.com/l909FYayWd
Their argument, which even some within their own ranks found detestable, is idiotic without even considering the amoral nature in which it was delivered. There wasn’t a racial component to the September 11th attacks. That day was a great equalizer in tragedy. Dozens of blacks died—in the same rubble, the same fires, the same explosions—alongside other Americans of all races and creeds that day. Twelve black firefighters died rushing into the towers, 71 New York Police Officers, mostly white, departed this world with them. Remembering those lost is, without question, in line with the ‘All Lives Matter’ way of thinking. And that’s really the whole point, it was never about buildings—no one is mourning the building. It was always about lives.
That Black Lives Matter thinks their blatant disregard for those still mourning on this day is somehow a way to target white conservatives is simply stupid. Regardless of how anyone might feel about the warmongering in Iraq that followed or about lies our government told us in the immediate aftermath, good Americans agree: 11 September 2001 is a date which will “live in infamy.”
Actually the Twin Towers deserved to be destroyed. I heard the Twin Towers did some very naughty things in it’s past. #AllBuildingsMatter— Richard Johnson (@Richard_4848_) September 11, 2020
#AllBuildingsMatter It’s time to stop using 9/11 to justify starving brown children to death 20 years later.— Andy Lee Parker (yes, ma’am) #VoteNoEvil (@AndyLeeParker1) September 11, 2020
It’s pretty strange that America dedicated one whole day to 2 buildings. Don’t all buildings matter? Celebrate my house too! #AllBuildingsMatter— OUFZ | Ikechi •BLM 🌺• and 2,324 others (@1K3CH1) September 11, 2020
9/11 is sad but let’s remember that #AllBuildingsMatter ❤️ 🌃— tasmarie✨ (@tasmariee) September 11, 2020
sooo then I guess you’re saying that it’s not fucked up that the U.S. killed millions of innocent civilians in the Middle East YEARS after the attack for their own political agenda??? #AllBuildingsMatter https://t.co/I6C4z5Knb3— Simran Kaur (@xisml_) September 11, 2020
The Commentary Was So Depraved That Even Some “ACAB” Adherents Spoke Out:
Hey, sorry, you’re an asshole if you’re doing the #AllBuildingsMatter tag. I have friends that lost family in that shit. You’re hurting your own movement by doing this.— Joseph G🌹 BLM ACAB (@Joseph_G416) September 11, 2020
Just gon leave this last one here pic.twitter.com/m0tv6xWUFX— kingmartin’s son (@princemartin445) September 11, 2020
People really using the #AllBuildingsMatter hashtag. Look I know what y’all are trying to get at, but really? Using an event that took the lives of almost 3,000 people for your political agenda? That’s just fucked up. I’d say that about anyone or any movement doing this.— Florida Man (@SpadesTheAce_) September 11, 2020
I understand the intent behind this hashtag. But this is REALLY dumb.— Chris Andersen (@ChrisAndersen) September 11, 2020
Would you say this to someone who lost a loved one on 9/11? No? Then don’t say it to anyone.