BLM activist completely hijacks Orlando vigil, grabs mic to whine about white people

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At the same college where the school president was run out of town by a rampaging, lunatic mob crying racism, a peace vigil being held in remembrance of the victims of the deadly terrorist attack in Orlando was hijacked by a Black Lives Matter activist.

The vigil was organized by several University of Missouri student organizations and was held Monday, according to College Fix. But it was quickly derailed when a young woman of color started scolding the mostly white gathering for ignoring racial issues.

“I was really nervous to get up here because there’s a lot of white people in the crowd,” activist Tiffany Melecio said, sounding as if she may have smoked one blunt too many.

And to be sure that her message was clear, she added, “That wasn’t a joke.”

Sadly, the mostly white crowd gathered stood in silence, too fearful in the oppressive environment on college campuses today to respond to the young woman’s blatant racism.

And Melecio was just getting started in denouncing white people, complaining that Black Lives Matter protests didn’t get the same turnout as the vigil drew.

“As much as it’s awesome that so many of you are here today, it’s like, who are you really here for?” she asked.

As the snowflake whined on about fabricated racial transgressions, a gay white couple began pushing back.

“We are here to be uniting, not dividing, which is what you are doing now,” yelled Carl Brizendine, who was attending with his husband Daniel — the couple would eventually be told to leave by security.

“Right here on this stage, they are segregating us as a community,” Brizendine told College Fix. “They are making it a racial issue. It’s not a racial issue at this point.”

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Tom Tillison

Tom Tillison

Tom is a grassroots activist who distinguished himself as one of the top conservative bloggers in Florida before joining BizPac Review.
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