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Thursday, October 13, 2016

UVA Lecturer On Leave After Comparing BLM To The KKK

A University of Virginia lecturer “agreed to take a leave” Friday after comments comparing the Black Lives Matter movement to the Klu Klux Klan surfaced on Facebook.

Douglas Muir, an adjunct lecturer at the engineering school and the Darden School of Business, called the Black Lives Matter movement “racist” while commenting on someone else’s post, reports Daily Progress.

A Charlottesville real estate agent posted a picture of Alicia Garza, a co-founder of Black Lives Matter with the caption “Alicia Garza of Black Lives Matter now at the Paramount working for dignity for everyone. If you want peace work for justice.”

“Black lives matter is the biggest rasist organisation since the clan. Are you kidding me. Disgusting!!!” Muir responded in the post.

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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why is the truth so bad?
PC is getting old.
They are racist , and probably worse than the KKK ever was.

Anonymous said...

The BLM movement is racism at its best.

Anonymous said...

BLM is racism on steroids. Why is saying that out loud such a bad thing?

Trump supporters tell me they wish he would tone down his mouth a little.

I say, speak out, Donald! It's about time we all say out loud what everybody has been trying to be so PC about. The truth needs to be shouted out and put in the sunshine!

Anonymous said...

Joe
The woman that stated trump groped her after raising the armrest on a plane in the 1980s is full of S..T the armrests in the 80s where FIXED.

Anonymous said...

Has BLM lynched anyone? Have they burned crosses in peoples' yards and burned down their houses? Have they shot unarmed children fleeing from the flames?

Read some history.

lmclain said...

9:41....I have a feeling that your view of history is pretty narrow and focused only on what you've been indoctrinated to believe.

Anonymous said...

10:46 - No, It's partially based on family records and personal stories.

Anonymous said...

12:06 do you suport blm hate group