Black Lives Matter king DeRay Mckesson ‘offended, appalled’ that he’s in racist ‘Planet of the Apes’ promos

Black Lives Matter loudmouth DeRay Mckesson was “offended and appalled” after he caught a glimpse of the movie poster for “War for the Planet of the Apes.”

The poster for the new movie showed an ape wearing the same type of blues vest that Mckesson has ridiculously worn in nearly every public appearance he has made since he became a professional protester, no matter what the occasion or weather.

He even wore the vest to the White House when he was invited to meet with, then Attorney General, Loretta Lynch and then attend a Christmas Party.

Therefore when Mckesson, and other Black Lives Matter supporters, took a look at the “War for the Planet of the Apes” they believed, as they do with most things, that it was racism.

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But what the self-absorbed Mckesson and others didn’t realize is that the movie was using the same vest wearing ape character it used in the original movie, nearly 20 years before Mckesson was born.

When he likely realized how stupid and egotistical he looked, he deleted his original whiny tweets.

But other members of the Black lives Matter movement, including Tariq Nasheed who sees racism in nearly everything, did not delete theirs.

How can so many people not know that “Planet of the Apes” existed before they did?

No. No it’s not.

And plenty of people found Mckesson’s narcissism ridiculous.

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Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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