Remember when Black Lives Matter said it was racist if you said Police Lives Matter, or any other word along with “lives matter”? We’ve come a long way since then, haven’t we?
— Tariq Nasheed (@tariqnasheed) July 10, 2017
Tariq Nasheed is an anti-racism strategist who sees racism no matter where he looks. Who else would have drawn a parallel between the movie poster and Black Lives Matter simply because of a blue vest?
DeRay McKesson, that’s who!
McKesson’s trademark look is to wear a blue vest. Who knew?
Here’s what BLM activist and race baiter McKesson posted:
Naturally, McKesson deleted his posts when someone pointed out to him how dumb they were.
It seems the only folks associating black people with the Planet of the Apes poster were McKesson and Nasheed. Again, because they see racism no matter which direction they look.
But the ape in the blue vest does kinda stand out from the others. As does the giant orange orangutan riding the horse. Is that meant to be a slight against the ‘gingers’ of the world?
The fact is, when you look at the poster, and even if you happen to notice the vest, DeRay doesn’t pop into your head, does he?
Chicks on the Right reports:
The takeaway here? DeRay thinks he owns the sole rights to wearing blue vests.
Noted Black Lives Matter agitator and infamous Twitter jockey DeRay McKesson threw an almighty fit over the costume choice of one of the characters featured on the movie poster for “War for the Planet of the Apes”